Ryanair has announced its return to Asturias (OVD) for the 2022/2023 winter season: the company has scheduled five new routes to Brussels – Charleroi (CRL), Dusseldorf – Weeze (NRN), London Sta (STN), Rome – Fiumicino (FCO) and Dublin (DUB).
With these new services, Europe’s largest airline continues to increase its presence in northern Spain and will offer point-to-point connections to Asturias Airport (OVD) from November this year.
To celebrate its new routes in Asturias the airline has launched a limited time seat offer with fares available from just €19.99 for travel from November until January 2023. With the return of Ryanair in OVD, Asturian travelers may have greater travel options from European destinations offered by the company for the winter season.
Ryanair schedule in Asturias
- Dublin (DUB) from November 2, two flights per week (Wednesday and Sunday) operated by Boeing 737 MAX 200.
- London Stansted (STN) from November 1, two flights per week (Monday, Tuesday and Saturday) operated on Boeing 737 MAX 200 and 737-800.
- Dusseldorf – Weeze (RNR) from November 3, two flights per week (Thursday and Sunday) operated on Boeing 737-800.
- Rome – Fiumicino (FCO) from November 4, two weekly flights (Monday and Friday) operated on Boeing 737-800.
- Brussels – Charleroi (CRL) from November 4, two weekly flights (Monday and Friday) operated on Boeing 737-800.
«We are happy to be operating Asturias again from November with an exciting 2022/2023 winter schedule that includes five new routes to must-see destinations across Europe, such as Dusseldorf, Rome. London, Dublin, and Brussels. Together with our existing routes to/from Santander, Santiago de Compostela and Vitoria, we see Asturias as a great attraction to add to our growing network in Northern Spain» said Jason McGuinnes, Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer.
Ryanair continues to consolidate its position as the largest airline in Spain and Europe and continues to foster unprecedented growth in tourism, employment, and the Spanish economy. We therefore call on AENA to prioritize competitive airport charges, which in turn will deliver lower airfares and encourage greater connectivity and traffic throughout Spain,» added McGuinness.
According to data obtained by Aviacionline through the Cirium platform, Ryanair will have in Asturias an offer of 17,784 seats per week in ninety-two air operations, it will be the fourth largest air operator in OVD, besides being the company with more international destinations.