Leading budget airline will begin the new Cardiff-Malaga route in June for the summer schedule.
From June 2019, passengers will be able to enjoy a convenient way to get to one of Europe’s leading holiday destinations. Ryanair will offer five routes in total from Cardiff Airport. As well as Malaga, passengers can fly to Barcelona, Malta, Faro and Tenerife.
Cardiff airport, owned by the Welsh government, is pleased that Ryanair has chosen the new route to Malaga as part of the extended Cardiff schedule. The route will operate three times a week, giving more convenience to passengers when choosing their summer getaway. Furthermore, it provides people in South Wales and beyond a greater choice when looking for low-cost fares to Spain.
The chief executive of the airport, Deb Barber, said; “Malaga is one of our most popular destinations, with customers jetting off to enjoy city breaks and sun holidays all year round. The addition of three return flights a week this summer adds a wealth of choice for customers seeking low-cost fares.”
What’s more, Ryanair is also increasing the number of flights between April 29 and May 7th with 20 additional flights travelling to destinations such as Alicante, Seville and Gran Canaria.
Robin Kiely from Ryanair said; “Ryanair is pleased to announce a new Cardiff route to Malaga, commencing in June, which will operate three times weekly, as part of our extended Cardiff summer 2019 schedule.”
January 14, 2021