Ryanair announces three new routes from Eindhoven Airport
Eindhoven, 16th January 2014
Ryanair today announced it will be introducing three new routes from Eindhoven Airport as of April 2015. The new destinations are Murcia, Spain, Corfu, Greece and Venice (Treviso), Italy.
Murcia, located in the south east of Spain, is the country’s seventh largest city with 700,000 inhabitants. Murcia’s Moorish roots and centuries of history are still very much visible to this day. An important university city, Murcia is also an economic centre revolving primarily around the food and wine industries. Murcia’s coastal location and stunning beaches also contribute to its tourist appeal. The Eindhoven - Murcia route will operate twice weekly on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Corfu has always been - and will always be – a popular tourist destination. The Austrian Empress Sissi set the trend way back in 1861, when she visited and instantly fell in love with the island, subsequently having a holiday house built there. Modern day Corfu is a wonderfully green island in the Ionian Sea, mostly known for its pretty beaches and bays. Kerkyra, Corfu’s capital, still shows clear traces of its time under Venetian rule. The Eindhoven - Corfu route will run once weekly on Fridays.
Few other cities capture the imagination in the same way Venice does. With its countless canals and historical buildings, no visitor to Venice can escape the city’s charm. As well as its undeniable touristic value, the region surrounding Venice also represents the economic centre of northwest Italy. The Eindhoven-Venice (Treviso) route will operate three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
All Ryanair flights to Murcia, Corfu and Venice (Treviso) will be flow in a modern and quiet Boeing 737-800 with 189 seats.
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Eindhoven Airport is the second largest airport in the Netherlands with over 6 million passengers in 2018. The airport serves Brainport region and connects it with Europe and makes the region internationally accessible in balance with surroundings. The convenience for the passenger comes from the airport Álways Easy’ strategy. Flights depart from Eindhoven Airport to over 80 destinations. Speed and the total airport experience are its added values. With 2000 direct jobs the airport has grown into one of the region's largest employers. Business responsibility is part of our DNA. Continuously we pay attention to the balance between international connectivity, the environment, sustainability and the quality of live. The owners of Eindhoven Airport NV are the Schiphol Group, the province Noord-Brabant and Eindhoven city.