Ryanair has disclosed plans to operate a handful of new routes from Dublin next summer.
The budget airline says it will fly twice a week to Marrakech, twice a day to Munich, five times a week to Naples, twice a week to Paphos and daily to Stuttgart from the Irish capital, starting March 2018. Ryanair is also increasing the frequency of its Dublin-Hamburg service.
FlightGlobal schedules data indicates that the carrier previously served Marrakech from Dublin but stopped in March. The Moroccan route is not operated by any other scheduled carrier.
Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus flies to Naples, Munich and Stuttgart from Dublin. Lufthansa and Transavia also operate the Munich route.
Dublin currently has no air link to Paphos.