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Ryanair celebrates 35 years at Birmingham with more aircraft

Posted 30 June 2022

Ryanair has revealed it is increasing its Birmingham based fleet to five aircraft, as it celebrates 35 years of operations from the airport.

Above: Nick Barton, CEO of Birmingham Airport and Ryanair’s director of route development, Ray Kelliher.
Courtesy Ryanair


Its Birmingham based fleet will increase to five aircraft, two of which will be new Boeing 737 8-200 'Gamechanger' planes, which offer 4% more seats, burn 16% less fuel and create 40% less noise emissions.

The Irish carrier’s investment of more than $500m ($100m per aircraft) at Birmingham will support 150 aviation jobs and more than 1,850 indirect jobs in the local area.

Ryanair’s Birmingham Winter 2022/23 schedule will deliver 34 routes in total and more than 280 flights a week. Ryanair’s director of route development, Ray Kelliher, said: “We’re delighted to make this $100m further investment in Birmingham largely thanks to the hard work and support of the Airport’s management team.”

Nick Barton, chief executive of Birmingham Airport, added: “We are thrilled Ryanair is adding to its Birmingham based fleet of aircraft as we toast 35 years of its operation here. This long-term move will give customers greater choice and boost economic growth in our region.”

 

 

 

 

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