Ryanair has announced an additional investment of $300 million at Manchester airport.
An additional three aircraft will move to the airport this summer to service new routes including Agadir, Almeria, Barcelona Reus, Belfast, Cagliari, Palermo, Ponta Delgada, Porto and Rhodes.
“We are pleased to see Ryanair add three additional aircraft to Manchester Airport. As well as increasing its route network and options for passengers, it also creates jobs for people here in the North West,” said Manchester Airport’s Aviation Director, Julian Carr.
“We look forward to the routes starting and the added international connectivity they offer our 27.8m passengers,” he added.