Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

Airline increases its ‘summer sun’ flights to Faro from City of Derry

Ryanair has announced it is increasing its flights from City of Derry to Faro due to what the airline described as “phenomenal demand”.

The Portuguese port’s popularity as a destination has also resulted in the Irish airline increasing its ‘summer sun’ flights from Bournemouth, East Midlands, Edinburgh and London Stansted to Faro.

An additional weekly flight from the airports to Faro during July and August will now be added to the schedule.

The new flights went on sale yesterday as Ryanair celebrated its increased summer schedule. The airline announced the twice weekly route from Derry to Faro in December, with this now set to increase to three flights over July and August.

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