Friday, 7 April 2017

Ryanair to offer connecting flights for first time

Ryanair will start offering connecting flights this month, initially through Rome Fiumicino airport, with connections at other airports to be rolled out shortly afterwards.

It will be the first time the carrier has allowed passengers to transit from one plane to another without separate bookings. The move comes as Ryanair enters into the fourth year of its Always Getting Better makeover.

At the same time, the low-cost carrier said discussions with Aer Lingus and Norwegian Airlines, as well as other potential partners, were continuing, with a view to launching connections with third airlines in late summer.

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