Ryanair, has announced it is offering over 30 routes to/from Bristol as part of its Summer 2020 schedule. A Malaga service marked one of the first of Ryanair’s post-lockdown flights from Bristol airport on 23rd June and following the easing of travel restrictions by the UK Govt, Bristol holidaymakers can now look forward to planning a well-deserved summer getaway in their favourite spots in Spain, Italy or Greece. In addition to flights to/from destinations such as Valencia and Ibiza, Ryanair is launching a brand-new twice weekly Bristol route to/from Vienna.
It has never been cheaper to fly during the peak summer months. To celebrate its Bristol Summer 2020 schedule, Ryanair is selling flights for £19.99 for travel until end of October, which must be booked by midnight Sunday (12th July), subject to T&C’s, only on the Ryanair.com website.
Ryanair’s Eimear Ryan said:
“We’re pleased to announce Ryanair is offering over 30 routes to/from the Bristol as part of our Summer 2020 schedule. A Malaga service marked one of the first of Ryanair’s post-lockdown flights from Bristol airport on 23rd June and our full Bristol Summer 2020 schedule now includes over 30 routes to leisure & business destinations across Europe, including summer favourites in Spain, Italy or Greece.
Following the lifting of travel restrictions, Bristol holidaymakers can now look forward to planning a well-deserved summer getaway on the lowest fares and with the new health measures that Ryanair has rolled out to protect the health and well-being of its people as it ramps up operations this summer.
To celebrate, we’re selling flights for £19.99 for travel until end of October, which must be booked by midnight Sunday (12th July). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Dave Lees, CEO, Bristol Airport said:
“We welcome today’s news of 30 Ryanair routes being available from Bristol Airport this summer and the new destination of Vienna being added to the route network. The range of routes available offers customers from the South West and Wales region a choice and flexibility of destinations using their local airport. We continue to partner with Ryanair to look at future route opportunities.
“We continue to work on the latest government guidance available to keep our customers and colleagues safe whilst providing these vital air links. We have introduced ‘Safe journeys start here’ a three-step plan: Get ready > Stay safe > Let’s travel to reassure customers of the actions we have taken at the Airport. The measures include enhanced cleaning procedures, social-distancing policies, one-way queuing systems, hand sanitiser locations, contactless payment facilities, customer awareness signage, protective screens for customer interaction points and staff wearing face coverings in all key customer contact points as safety is our key priority.”