Ryanair to open a new French base at Toulouse

Ryanair has announced significant expansion in France, launching a new base at Toulouse as part of its Winter 2019 schedule, with two new based aircraft and 20 routes (11 new – 8 international).

The carrier is also launching its biggest ever Bordeaux and Marseille Winter schedules (2019), with one new based aircraft at each airport (6 aircraft in total), and 39 new routes (75 in total).

Ryanair’s new Toulouse base will deliver:

  • 2 based aircraft
  • 11 new routes to Alicante (2 per week), Brest (3), Budapest (2), Lille (daily), Luxembourg (3),         Marseille (daily), Oujda (2), Palermo (2), Porto (3), Tangier (2) and Valencia (2)
  • 20 routes in total

Ryanair’s Marseille W19 schedule will deliver:

  • One extra based aircraft
  • 16 new routes to Agadir (2 pw), Alicante (2), Bologna (3), Bordeaux (4), Catania (2), Copenhagen (2), Essaouira (2), Manchester (2), Milan Bergamo (4), Naples (2), Ouarzazate (2), Prague (2), Sofia (2), Strasbourg (3), Tel Aviv (3) & Toulouse (daily)
  • 43 routes in total

Ryanair’s Bordeaux W19 schedule will deliver:

  • One extra based aircraft
  • 23 new routes to Bari (2 pw), Bologna (2), Brest (3), Budapest (2), Cologne (3), Copenhagen (2), Dublin (2), Krakow (2), Lille (daily), Lisbon (5), Malaga (2), Manchester (2), Marseille (4), Nador (2), Nantes (4), Naples(2), Ouarzazate (2), Oujda (1) Palermo (2), Prague (2), Strasbourg (3), Tangier (2) & Treviso (3)
  • 32 routes in total

Photos: Ryanair.

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1 thought on “Ryanair to open a new French base at Toulouse

  1. Weiss-Nix

    Great, but also disappointing….I was hoping for an additional connection O/D Hamburg. :-(
    This connection is a pain in the neck. Always fully booked, you`ve to accept weird stopovers that include event over night stays sometimes. The hotel prices respond to these schedules. In March, I`ve to spend a night in Nantes on my return flight to Hamburg for instance. Simply annoying.

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