Ryanair opens 5 new routes to Nuremberg

From 1st November Ryanair will be operating a new base with one aircraft at Albrecht Dürer Airport as well as five new routes into Nuremberg. These new routes will be of particular interest to trade fair visitors and tourists coming to Franconia to explore the region’s historic towns and cities, to enjoy the stunning landscape and imbibe of a breadth of culinary delights.
 
From 1st November Ryanair will be flying from Budapest (daily), Malta (twice a week), Manchester (daily), Milan-Bergamo (daily) and Rome-Ciampino (daily) to Nuremberg. In addition to this the airline will be operating two flights a day from London to Nuremberg. The opening of this base, which is the seventh in Germany, will enable Ryanair to fly a total of 450,000 passengers to and from Nuremberg each year. Once the winter flight plan is in place the Irish airline will be operating six routes to Albrecht Dürer Airport offering 42 flights per week.  
 
Dr. Michael Hupe, Managing Director of Albrecht Dürer Airport Nürnberg says: "The new routes are a welcome addition to our flight plan and are sure to appeal to both leisure and business travellers alike. Ryanair has recognised the huge potential in the Nuremberg Metropolitan Region and is making the most of the opportunities this market offers."
 
The new and expanded routes from Italy and England are especially good news for NürnbergMesse and tourism to Franconia that can look forward to an increase in new guests.
All flights are available to book now on the Ryanair website at www.ryanair.com.