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Traditionally, Gran Canaria was marketed as a cheap short-haul ticket to paradise. And then came the development of more exclusive resorts such as Meloneras. But the likes of extra Ryanair Gran Canaria flights from Liverpool means the island remains an affordable option for those travelling with a budget.
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- Extra Ryanair Gran Canaria flights from Liverpool: airline reaction
- Extra Ryanair Gran Canaria flights from Liverpool: airport reaction
- Extra Ryanair Gran Canaria flights from Liverpool: seat sale
1. Extra Ryanair Gran Canaria flights from Liverpool: airline reaction
Ryanair’s head of communications Robin Kiely announced: “We are pleased to launch our Liverpool summer 2017 schedule earlier than ever, which includes five new routes to Bari, Girona, Marrakech, Prague and Sofia, and more flights to Alicante, Faro, Gran Canaria, Malaga, Palma and Warsaw, which will deliver two million customers per year and support 1,400 jobs at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.”
2. Extra Ryanair Gran Canaria flights from Liverpool: airport reaction
Chief executive of Liverpool John Lennon airport Andrew Cornish said: “This latest commitment from Ryanair towards the airport and the City Region is a reflection of the confidence that we both have in the opportunities for further growth here. Ryanair recognise the recent investment put in by the airport with improved facilities and our best-in-class customer service, giving the region’s travellers a great airport experience typified by our ‘Faster. Easier. Friendlier’ marketing.”
3. Extra Ryanir Gran Canaria flights from Liverpool: seat sale
Ryanair marked the launch of this new Liverpool summer schedule by unveiling a 100,000 seat sale at prices beginning at £19.99, across its entire European network, for flights in October and November, which need to be booked by midnight on Monday, 12th September.