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LGW Airport ot receive European routes

09/20/2010
It has been reported that London Gatwick airport is all set to receive this winter, four fresh European routes from the popular airline company Ryanair.
 
To be more precise, the services will start running from 31 October from the travel hub of London to Porto, Milan, Faro, Bergamo and Bologna. It is also noteworthy that the number of flights to Oslo Rygge would also be increased to 10 a week.
 
According to sources, seats are currently on sale from GBP 17.99 to GBP 24.99 one way. The seat prices include taxes. Furthermore, Ryanair has announced 500,000 GBP 8 seats across its European network for coinciding with the launch of the fresh services.
 
Ryanair’s Laura Mc Cormack said that those seats could only be reserved until midnight of 19 August Thursday. She added that they urged the passengers to reserve those seats on Ryanair as early as possible before they sold out, since those were certain to be snapped up fast.
 
Recently, Ryanair had also announced its creating a fresh service to Plovdiv – a Bulgarian city – this winter. Plovdiv is located near Pamporovo and Bansko the popular Bulgarian ski resorts.
 
Meanwhile flights on the fresh routes to the city of Plovdiv begin on 2 November and would fly every Tuesday and Saturday across the winter season.
 
Gatwick-car-hire, the leading Gatwick airport car rental company has welcomed the new routes added by Ryanair saying that the fresh move by Ryanair would help it float some of the most exciting European routes.