New routes to Copenhagen and Milan and a winter service to Prague are being added by Ryanair from Liverpool John Lennon airport.
The low-fares carrier will operate 24 routes from the airport in its winter 2017-18 schedule, with more than 90 flights a week, raising passenger numbers by 11%.
Other winter destinations include Barcelona, Dublin and Warsaw.
An airline spokesman said: “We are pleased to launch our Liverpool winter 2017 schedule, which includes two new routes to Copenhagen and Milan, the continuation of our new Prague route into winter, and 24 routes in total, which will deliver two million annual customers at Liverpool John Lennon airport.
“These new routes will go on sale on the Ryanair.com website later this week as we continue to grow our Liverpool traffic, tourism and jobs, underlining our commitment to LJLA and the Liverpool region.”
Airport air service development director, Paul Winfield, said “Today’s news means that since September last year, Ryanair have now announced seven new destinations from Liverpool including three capital cities.
“Further growth next winter and the current success of their forthcoming summer programme, should make 2017 one of Ryanair’s busiest from Liverpool in recent years.”
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