The budget carrier has announced its first ever flights from Exeter, which will be operational from next April
Ryanair has announced its first ever flights from Exeter.
The budget carrier will launch routes to Malaga, Malta and Naples from the hub starting next April.
Each route will operate twice weekly.
The six new flights will provide 80,000 additional seats a year.
Fares went on sale on Tuesday (September 11).
Ryanair is marking the launch with flights from £34.99 for travel next April, if booked direct via the Ryanair website by midnight on Thursday (September 13).
Exeter becomes Ryanair’s 21st UK base.
A Ryanair spokesperson said: “Our three new routes to Malaga, Malta and Naples start in summer 2019, each operating twice weekly.
“To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale on these new routes from just £34.99 for travel in April.”
Matt Roach, Exeter airport managing director, added: “This is a significant vote of confidence in the continued growth of Exeter Airport and we are delighted to be welcoming Ryanair for the very first time.
“These routes are popular destinations and offer customers even more choice and greater connectivity from their local airport.”