Ryanair has announced four new routes from Manchester Airport, 17 months after closing nine of its ten routes from the airport.
Manchester Airport said Ryanair is offering new routes to Madrid, Alicante, Tenerife, and Faro. The airline is also increasing its Dublin service to 21 flights a week, having operated four daily flights to the southern Ireland capital from the airport.
The new routes will operate four times a week to Madrid, six times to Alicante, four times to Tenerife and daily to Faro.
Manchester Airport said seats are being sold for the new services and all the new flights will begin on 14 April from Manchester.