Ryanair is set to operate new routes to Copenhagen, Milan and Prague this winter.

The seasonal schedule will operate total 24 routes and 90 flights weekly, which the airline expects to increase Liverpool John Lennon airport’s traffic by 11 per cent.

Both Copenhagen and Prague services will fly four-times weekly while the Milan services will run three-times weekly.

Ryanair will continue to connect Liverpool with Barcelona, Milan and Dublin, alongside increased summer frequencies including three new routes to Bari, Girona and Prague, starting this month.