Ryanair increases flights to Copenhagen

5 Jun 2015 by GrahamSmith

Ryanair will increase frequency on its London Luton-Copenhagen route this winter.

The budget carrier will operate a four-times daily service between the two airports, up from three-times daily in winter 2014/15 and twice-daily this summer, from October 25.

Outbound services FR7404, FR2679, FR411 and FR7408 will depart Luton at 0750, 1220, 1725 and 2120 respectively, landing in Copenhagen at 1040, 1510, 2015 and 0010 the next day.

Return services FR7403, FR2678, FR410 and FR7407 will leave Copenhagen at 0635, 1105, 1610 and 2005 respectively, arriving in Luton at 0725, 1155, 1700 and 2055.

Robin Kiely, the airline's head of communications, said: "Due to overwhelming demand, we are increasing flights on our London Luton-Copenhagen service from three to four-times daily, as part of our winter 2015 schedule, which includes 11 routes in total... at Luton airport."

Last month, Ryanair announced it will increase frequency on its Dublin to Manchester route this winter from five-times to six-times daily (see news, May 21).

Graham Smith

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