From Kaunas to Holland
New route to Eindhoven joining current network
Dublin / Kaunas, 27 of July 2011: Ryanair, Europe’s favourite low cost airline is announcing its first Kaunas route to Eindhoven. The new destination to Holland is the first route to Netherlands for Lithuanian passengers who are to be delighted with the low fares and excellent punctuality rate Ryanair is offering.
With Eindhoven Ryanair is adding a very popular destination to the network from Kaunas. Commencing on the 31st of October 2011, the route will be operated twice per week, on Mondays and Fridays. This is the 1st Ryanair route to Holland from Lithuania and sure to be a great success.
Eindhoven is a perfect destination for weekend city break. It’s one of the biggest cities in the Netherlands and offers plenty to see and do. In terms of culture, shopping and sporting fixtures, Eindhoven has it all. Must see attractions include the Van Abbemuseum, a home to priceless Picasso and Chagill masterpieces. It’s worth taking a tour of the city’s fascinating Philips Light Bulb Factory, for an insight into the city’s famous nineteenth century industry. Shopaholics will be spoilt for choice in terms of stylish boutiques, malls and shops. De Heuvel Galerie is the place to head for chic department stores, while the city centre purports to be the busiest shopping centre in the South of the Netherlands. Eindhoven is an excellent destination joining the Kaunas network.
Katarzyna Gaborec, Ryanair’s Sales & Marketing Executive for CEE is pleased with the announcement today:
“Ryanair is delighted to announce route to/from Kaunas from/to Eindhoven starting from 31st of October 2011. Now our Lithuanian passengers have a great access to see beautiful Netherland’s and even greater choice among all Ryanair destinations. This new route is available on www.ryanair.com as of tomorrow with launch fare offer for only 66LTL one way including taxes & charges. Those flights are sure to be snapped up shortly so visit us online today.”
Ryanair is the World’s favourite airline and operates more than 1,500 flights per day from 45 bases and 1300+ low fare routes across 27 countries, connecting 160 destinations. Ryanair operates a fleet of 272 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft with firm orders for a further 40 new aircraft (before taking account of planned disposals), which will be delivered over the next year. Ryanair currently has a team of more than 8,500 people and expects to carry 75 million passengers in the current fiscal year.
Questions: Katarzyna Gaborec, +353/1/5081785
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