Posted on: 31 May 2016 by Mark Howells
Ryanair has expanded its winter 2016 schedule from London Stansted with a new thrice-weekly route to Olsztyn Mazury, marking the carrier’s 13th Polish airport.
The schedule will also include four further new routes consisting of a twice-daily service to Hamburg and daily flights to Luxembourg, Timisoara and Toulouse.
Eslewhere, Ryanair's twice-weekly routes to Jerez and Sofia will be available during the winter season for the first time and other services will increase in frequency. Flights between London Stansted and Alicante will become ten times weekly, while flights to Seville and Gran Canaria will now take place nine and six times weekly respectively. Ryanair services from Stansted to Bordeaux and Lanzarote will be five times weekly and the London Stansted–Malta route will grow to four times weekly. Finally, the airline’s flights to Nuremberg and Valencia will increase to twice-daily and once-daily respectively.
Ryanair estimates its new winter schedule, comprising 110 routes and over 1,000 weekly flights in total, will provide the airport with 20 million passengers each year (an increase of 1.2m in 2015).