Ryanair’s expanded UK winter 2017-18 schedule has gone on sale with 25 new routes from six airports.
Edinburgh airport gains 13 news routes, with four previously announced from Stansted, three from Glasgow and Manchester and two each from Aberdeen and Leeds Bradford.
New winter services from the Scottish capital cover Budapest, Baden-Baden, Carcassonne, Hamburg, Eindhoven, Katowice, Nantes, Prague, Szczecin, Toulouse, Treviso, Valencia and Wroclaw.
These come as Glasgow gains new connections to Krakow, Madrid and Frankfurt.
The carrier is adding links from Manchester airport to Cologne, Frankfurt and Seville and from Leeds Bradford to Murcia and Wroclaw.
The four new Stansted routes are to Aalborg, Frankfurt, Oradea and Pardubice.
A Ryanair spokesman said: “We are pleased to release our new UK winter 2017 seats for sale on the Ryanair.com website, which includes over 25 new routes.
“UK customers and visitors can now book flights out as far as March 2018 and can look forward to even lower fares.”
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