Ryanair opens base at London Southend Airport
SOUTHEND – Ryanair has opened a base at Southend Airport. Accordingly, the local air terminal, which presents itself as an elective passage to London, gets 14 routes and one million travelers on a yearly premise. The Irish fare fighter, officially all around spoke to at London’s Stansted, Luton and Stansted airplane terminals, is positioning three Boeing 737-800s in Southend. This will begin flights to Copenhagen, Brest, Corfu, Dublin, Milan-Bergamo, Venice, Faro, Cluj, Kosice, Alicante, Reus, Bilbao, Malaga and Mallorca. “This is an incredible minute for London Southend Airport. A year ago we invited 1.5 million travelers. With the entry of Ryanair, that number goes up to 2.5 million. We are developing quick and we need to pull in more carriers that consider us to be a portal to London, “said Glyn Jones, CEO of London Southend Airport. The local air terminal has up to this point to a great extent relied upon Stobart Air, which is partnered with the airplane terminal, and easyJet.