Thursday September 24, 2020

Ryanair to move to Frankfurt's primary airport

Irish low-fares carrier continues German expansion with base at world-leading financial centre

2nd November, 2016
Frankfurt is a world-leading financial hub. Pic: Pixabay

The carrier is expected to deliver 400,000 customers extra customers yearly at Frankfurt Airport as a result of 28 weekly flights.

Ryanair becomes the first low fares airline to open a base at Frankfurt Am Main, which is Germany’s biggest airport and the main home of Lufthansa.

Michael O'Leary. Pic:

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