LOW COST carrier Ryanair is launching four new domestic routes in Spain this December while cutting back its pan-European services due to the pandemic.
The extra routes will start operating on December 1 with the company claiming ‘a record increase in demand from Spanish customers’.
The move is in stark contrast to the carrier slashing 40 per cent of its European winter schedule.
Ryanair will introduce a twice-weekly flight between Alicante-Elche airport and Vitoria in the Basque Country.
Malaga and Valencia airports will be linked three times a week, and there will be four weekly flights between Barcelona and Lanzarote.
Palma in Mallorca will have two flights per week to Jerez.
Ryanair commercial director, Jason McGuinness said:
“Our company is continuing to support regional trade and tourism, allowing travel for people to visit their family and friends when most other carriers are reducing their services.”