As we wrote earlier this week Malev turned bankrupt, and all their flights have been cancelled. Who knows better than anyone to use such a situation for their own advantage than Ryanair? Just a few hours later they announced their plans to launch 31 new routes from Budapest within the coming months. Crazy good news for Hungarians who like to fly cheap to a whole lot of destinations. They also try with this to get former Malev workers join their forces expanding their work in Hungary.

Here comes the full list of destinations and when they are planing to launch the new routes (and estimated prices):

Routes
Starts
From €
Routes
Starts
From €
Alicante
APR
49.99
Manchester
FEB
9.99
Baden Baden
FEB
9.99
Munich West
FEB
9.99
Barcelona
FEB
9.99
Milan (BGY)
FEB
9.99
Birmingham
MAR
29.99
Warsaw (Modlin)
JUL
29.99
Bologna
MAR
9.99
FEB
9.99
Bristol
MAR
29.99
Palma
APR
49.99
Brussels (CRL)
FEB
9.99
Paphos
APR
49.99
Chania
APR
49.99
FEB
9.99
Dublin
FEB
9.99
Pisa
APR
49.99
Eindhoven
APR
29.99
Rhodes
APR
49.99
Gottenburg
FEB
9.99
Rome (CIA)
FEB
9.99
Hamburg (LBC)
FEB
9.99
Stockholm (NYO)
FEB
9.99
FEB
9.99
Thessaloniki
FEB
9.99
London(STN)
FEB
9.99
Trapani
APR
49.99
FEB
9.99
Venice( TSF)
APR
29.99
Malaga
APR
49.99

It is time to fly again, though we do not really like Ryanair, this will for sure make it easier to travel from Budapest other nations, and of course to fly to Budapest from other destinations!

One thought on “31 new Ryanair routes from Budapest”

  1. What will happen to Ryanair when it stops receiving new planes from Boeing this year? New planes from China are years away, Boeing will not discount, Airbus will not talk to them. Ryanair is then be left to move planes around rather than adding new routes as it has been able to do here, unless it buys them second hand, which would increase the age of its fleet and operating costs. Oil hit $109 today. With no growth, will airports still cut deals as Budapest must have here? Or will it need to find a new direction? Time for O’Leary to retire? Interesting times ahead.

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