Cork Airport gets eight new routes for summer, Ryanair bases extra aircraft for winter

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  • Summer routes total 52
  • Ryanair keeping five new routes for winter

Cork Airport will have eight new routes for summer bringing the total to 52 routes, five from Ryanair to Naples from June 2, Poznań from April 2, Budapest from April 7 and Malta from April 4, two from Aer Lingus to to Dubrovnik from May 4 and Nice from April 17 and Swss to Zurich from April 17.

Ryanair will base an additional aircraft at Cork airport as part of its Winter 2119 schedule, with Alicante now 2w, Budapest 2w, Katowice 2w, Malta 2w and Poznan 2w. To download a copy of Cork Airport’s 2019 Summer Schedule, visit corkairport.com.

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Passengers numbers for Cork’s biggest routes in 2018 were:

  • Heathrow 403,269 +0.5pc
  • Stansted 346,997 -1.7pc
  • Amsterdam 155,796 -7.4pc
  • Malaga 149,800 +9.2pc
  • Gatwick 122,928 -2.5pc
  • Charles de Gaulle 122,609 +32pc
  • Faro 118,805 +3.6pc
  • Lanzarote 112,270 +6pc
  • Manchester 106,328 +0.75pc
  • Birmingham 77,171 -0.5pc
  • Liverpool 72,226 -1.2pc
  • Palma de Majorca 52,954 -0.93pc
  • Edinburgh 50,292 +6.6pc
  • Bristol 39,209 -3.7pc
  • Wroclaw 37,469 -0.5pc
  • Tenerife 34,556 +13.9pc
  • Alicante 34,483 +9.3pc
  • Gdansk 31,974 +9.7pc
  • Barcelona 30,816 +10.4pc
  • Gran Canaria 30,073 +22.3pc
  • Providence 28,070 +74.3pc
  • Glasgow 25,681 +1.4pc
  • Southend 24,202 +1.04pc
  • Reus 22,421 +25.1pc
  • Zurich 15,865 +105pc
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