Ryanair has released details of an expanded winter flying schedule from Leeds Bradford airport a month earlier than last year.
The low-cost carrier is to operate an expanded schedule covering 10 routes with additional flights to Alicante, Gdansk and Malaga for 2015-16.
The winter services from the Yorkshire airport include Dublin, Lanzarote and Malta.
Sales and marketing manager Maria Macken said: “Ryanair is pleased to launch our biggest ever Leeds/Bradford winter 2015 schedule, with 10 routes including Dublin, Lanzarote and Malta and extra flights to Alicante (4 x weekly), Gdansk (4 x weekly) and Malaga (3 x weekly), which will deliver over 835,000 customers per annum and support 835 on-site jobs at Leeds Bradford airport.”
The airline also released 100,000 seats for sale across its European network, at prices from £19.99 for travel in May and June if booked by midnight on Monday (April 13).
Separately, Ryanair released its March customer service statistics showing that 92% of more than 39,000 flights arrived on time.
It claimed less than one complaint per 2,000 passengers with more than 99% of complaints answered within seven days.
A spokesman said: “Ryanair carried over 6.67 million customers in March with 92% of our 39,000 flights arriving on time as we continued to improve our customer experience.”
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