Ryanair wants to double Manchester traffic

RYANAIR, the Irish budget airline expects passenger numbers to rise 10% in 2015 to 2.7 million as it launched its summer schedule.

The airline which in recent months has been making strides to be more customer friendly and also to woo business passengers, has added two new destinations, Shannon in Ireland and Eindhoven in the Netherlands and upped the frequency of existing routes to Alicante, Lisbon and Madrid, taking the total number of routes to 37 and weekly return flights to 204.

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