Budget airline Ryanair is launching flights from Budapest to four news destinations as part of next summer’s schedule, it was announced on Wednesday.
New destinations added on to the carrier’s timetable include Corfu, Copenhagen, Malaga and Malta, while the number of flights to Dublin will be increased from seven to nine per week. The expansion of the schedule will mean that the number of cities accessible from Budapest with Ryanair flights will reach 18 and a total of 97 aeroplanes operated by the company will take of from Liszt Ferenc International Airport per week.
The Danish capital will be served once every day, while the carrier will fly to Malaga and Malta twice a week and once a week to Corfu under the summer timetable. Flights to Copenhagen, Malta and Malaga were already available on Ryanair’s website before noon on Wednesday, with the daily service to the Danish capital beginning as soon as 25 October.