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Ryanair has recently announced 14 new routes from London, which will create 500 new jobs in the city’s airports.
Half of the routes will start from London Stansted Airport – the airline’s largest hub. They are the following: Helsinki, Finland, Oradea, Romania, Stockholm, Sweden, Tampere, Finland, Trapani, Italy, Treviso, Italy, Zagreb, Croatia.
There will also be six new routes launched from London Luton: Fuerteventura, Spain, Gran Canaria, Spain, Grenoble, France, Naples, Italy, Shannon, Ireland, Turin, Italy.
London Gatwick will see just one new route – to Malaga in Spain.
Commenting on the news, Ryanair’s CEO, Michael O’Leary, said, “We are delighted to announce these 14 new routes from our three London airports in Stansted, Luton, and Gatwick. We will also create over 500 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew, and engineers this winter at our London airports as we gear up for more fleet and route growth in S2022.”