Ryanair has announced a twice-weekly service from Liverpool John Lennon Airport to Brussels Charleroi, starting in late March 2022, linking Liverpool with another important European capital.
It will take the number of European capitals associated with flights from Liverpool to 17, with six including Brussels announced in the last 12 months. This latest addition will be the airport’s first route to the Belgian capital in 10 years and arrives hot following Ryanair’s opening flights earlier this month to other major cities in Europe, including Stockholm, Paris, Milan and Tallinn. Flights to Brussels will operate on Thursdays and Sundays.
Ryanair has also announced the return of flights to the popular Croatian holiday destination Zadar for the summer of 2022, with twice-weekly flights also starting at the end of March 2022.
These new services bring the total number of Ryanair lines from Liverpool to 37.
Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development at John Lennon Airport in Liverpool, commented: “This year alone Ryanair has announced nine new routes from Liverpool as we continue to recover from the epidemic. Atmospheric and gives travelers from the Northwest and North Wales more opportunities to board flights to a variety of major cities in Europe from here. “
Jason McGuinness, Commercial Commerce Director, Ryanair, added: “Ryanair, Europe’s number one airline, is committed to rebuilding Europe’s aviation and tourism industries as we increase our number of passengers to 225 million a year by 2026. We are excited to continue “To work with Liverpool Airport to connect Liverpool residents to their favorite holiday destinations next summer, including Brussels and Zadar.”