Ryanair is to open its 48th European base in Billund in Denmark with plans to carry 800,000 passengers a year.
The budget airline is to run 19 routes from its first Danish base, with two aircraft operating from the airport from March 2012.
The Billund network will rise from 14 to 19 routes for next summer across France, Greece, Italy and Spain.
New services will run to Carcassonne, Corfu, Krakow, Venice and Zadar.
CEO Michael O’Leary claimed the airline was offering a cheaper alternative to rivals SAS and Cimber Sterling’s fares from Denmark.
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