Ryanair adding more cheap flights for Champions League and Europa League matches

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    Budget airline Ryanair has added an additional 5,000 seats to the roster for football fans.

    The additional flights will allow sports obsessives to travel to the Champions League and Europa League matches across Europe next Spring.

    It can be tricky to book a flight during mass events like football matches – meaning the extra places are sure to be welcomed by footie fans.

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    The 68th season of the UEFA Champaions league kicked off on September 6 and will continue though to June 10 2023.

    Meanwhile the Europa League started with the group stage draw on August 26 this year and will finish up in May 2023.

    Ryanair will be adding extra flights for fans UK, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Germany and Portugal.

    These include two extra flights from Stansted to Dortmund on February 15 and 16 for the Chelsea vs Dortmund game.

    Two extra flights on the Manchester to Barcelona route on February 16 and 17 for the Man Utd vs Barcelona game.

    One additional flight from Dublin to Liverpool on February 21 for the Liverpool vs Real Madrid match.

    Two more flights on February 22 and 23 from Porto to Milan Malpensa for the Inter Milan vs Porto face off.

    Another two flights from Dublin to Manchester on February 23 and 24 for the Man Utd Vs Barcelona game.

    Two more Dortmund to Stansted flights for the Chelsea Vs Dortmund game departing on March 7 and 8.

    Two extra Milan Malpensa to Porto flights on March 14 and 15 for the Inter Milan Vs Porto match.

    Finally, an additional two flights from Manchester to Madrid on March 15 and 16 for Liverpool vs Real Madrid.

    Ryanair’s Director of Marketing, Dara Brady, said:

    “We’re delighted to add over 5,000 extra seats for the Champions League and Europa League matches in Feb and Mar next year, as fans make travel plans to watch their teams play in the likes of London, Barcelona, Liverpool, Manchester, Madrid and Milan.

    Seats are already selling fast so fans should log onto Ryanair.com and book to now to avoid missing out.”

    Those wanting to snap up seats early should head to Ryanair.com.


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