Ryanair stations more 737s at Spanish and UK airports

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Ryanair is to expand at three bases in Spain and the UK by deploying an additional five aircraft.

The budget carrier will station another Boeing 737-800 at Alicante from June, giving it four. It will put two more at Edinburgh and Bristol from March and July respectively, bringing their total to four each.

These extra aircraft will support four new routes at Alicante, 12 at Bristol and seven at Edinburgh.

Specifically, new routes from Alicante will be to Derry and Knock from 4 June, as well as Wroclaw in Poland from 5 June, while Bristol will start on 3 July.

Aside from Alicante, new Bristol rotations from June will include Barcelona, Cagliari, Eindhoven, Limoges, Malta, Montpellier, Perpignan, Rimini, Seville, Toulon and Trieste.

Extra Edinburgh flights will see Ryanair serve Carcassonne, Limoges, Leipzig-Altenburg, Malta, Poitiers, Rome and Zadar. Frequencies will also increase to Alicante and Dusseldorf-Weeze from the end of March.