Ryanair, Europe’s no.1 airline, today (13th Dec) announced an additional route to its UK S’22 schedule – Birmingham to Knock – operating twice weekly from Mar ‘22. The opening of this new route reinforces the airline’s commitment to the UK and the rebuilding of the country’s tourism industry, playing a key role in the recovery of local jobs and the economy.
To celebrate this new S’22 route, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares available from just £19.99 for travel until the end of Oct ’22. These fares are sure to be snapped up quickly, so make sure to log onto Ryanair.com before midnight Wednesday, 15th December and make up for the lost summers of 2020 and 2021 with a well-deserved summer break.
Ryanair’s Director of Commercial, Jason McGuinness, said:
“We are pleased to add this new route to Knock as part of our UK S’22 schedule, offering our customers yet another amazing European destination to choose from when planning their summer break.
Having added over 560 new routes and opened 16 bases throughout the last 12 months, Ryanair is now looking ahead to S’22 and the addition of 65 new B737-8200 ‘Gamechanger’ aircraft to its fleet, which offer 4% more seats, 16% less fuel and a 40% reduction in noise emissions, making Ryanair’s S’22 schedule the most exciting and environmentally friendly to date.
To celebrate, we have launched a seat sale with fares from just £19.99 for travel until the end of Oct ‘22, which must be booked by midnight Wednesday, 15th December. With air fares likely to increase in S’22 due to reduced capacity, we encourage all customers to book early and scoop up these lower fares on Ryanair.com.
Tom Screen, Aviation Director of Birmingham Airport commenting on this announcement said:
“It is great news that Ryanair has today announced that it will be flying to Knock for Summer 2022. This route is currently unserved from Birmingham, so the addition of this new destination will allow business, leisure and our customers travelling to visit family and friends to do so direct from their local airport.”