New routes from Ryanair encourage holiday bookings
Ryanair will provide up to one thousand new jobs by introducing new routes at airports in Manchester, Liverpool and the East Midlands.
ryanair-cash-passport-cardThe budget airline has announced plans to launch nine new routes across the three airports, with the aim of carrying an extra one million passengers.
As a result, Ryanair will be creating hundreds of jobs at every level, from pilots to baggage handlers.
In spite of other carriers’ struggles, Ryanair’s comparative success stems partly from basing some larger aircraft at regional airports across the UK rather than London, the airline’s chief executive Michael O’Leary said.
The routes will be introduced in the summer of 2013, with flights to Corfu, Krakow, Lanzarote, Paphos and Trapani available from Manchester; routes to Lublin and Zadar from Liverpool; and services to Marseille and Menorca from East Midlands.
Ryanair is launching a seat sale with places available from £15.99 (available for booking until 1 November), getting your holiday budget off to a good start.
Taking a prepaid card overseas can also keep costs to a minimum as they prevent overspending and are far safer than carrying cash.
Brilliant sunshine, white sandy beaches and crystal clear water – what more could you want from a summer holiday?
Head to Paleokastritsa for a slice of heaven on earth: several shades of glorious blues adorning the sea set against cliffs carpeted in green make for a spectacular landscape.
The water is so clear you don’t even need a snorkel to see the tropical fish darting within inches of your body; and the boat trips offer the chance to explore the rocky coves.
Lanzarote, Canary Islands
Lanzarote owes its unique scenery to the volcanic eruptions in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Dark lava contrasts with sandy beaches; and azure waters complement the carpet of vegetation – all of which is set within an island which boasts 300 volcanic peaks.
For a generous dose of this extraordinary landscape, Timanfaya National park is a must-see. Along with The Cave de los Verdes, a 6km long tunnel formed by lava flows; and Jameos del Agua, which includes a subterranean lagoon, you will not be short of incredible things to see or do.