Thursday, March 11, 2010

Ryanair - status flights March 11th 2010

Ryanair is expanding its activity from Norwegian airports. Here are the latest news on Ryanair's non-stop flights from Norway to destinations in Europe.

New direct flight to Newcastle upon Tyne May 2010

Ryanair has previously had direct flights from Torp Airport to Newcastle upon Tyne. Flights were canceled due to low interest in 2007.

The company recently announced that they will try again, with 3 non-stop flights every week from Rygge Airport to Newcastle starting May 19th 2010.

More stories on Rygge Airport

Ryanair makes Rygge its Norwegian base

(Photo: Tagishsimon)

More flights Rygge - Alicante

Ryanair's flights from Rygge to Alicante are popular. So popular, in fact, that the air carrier will increase number from 2 to 3 flights a week.

Keep track of non-stop flights from European destinations to Rygge Airport


(Photo: Lobo de Hokkaido)

Non-stop Haugesund - Malaga from June 25th


Ryanair will start two weekly flights from Haugesund Airport from June 25th 2010. Flights will go Monday and Fridays during the peak season.

This is the second Spanish destination for travelers from Haugesund. Ryanair is already operating all year flights to Alicante.

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