Ryanair is launching new routes from this UK airport

From April, travellers will be able to escape to two new Spanish destinations

Amy Houghton
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Amy Houghton
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Ryanair plane in Cardiff, Wales
Photograph: Ceri Breeze /

Welsh jet-setters are a bit stuck for choice when it comes to local airports. Cardiff is the region’s only major domestic and international air hub, but its list of destinations is pretty limited compared to airports at the likes of London and Manchester

But now Ryanair has swooped in to offer more routes for Cardiff-based travellers to choose from. From April, the budget airline will launch new flights from Cardiff to Spanish destinations Alicante and Tenerife

The Alicante-bound flights will begin on April 4 and operate three times a week, while the Tenerife route will launch two days later, operating once a week.

Of course, both are available at the low prices that Ryanair is famous for. Tenerife flights start at £29.22 and journeys to Alicante are as low as £27.52. And the good news is you can book ahead right now. 

Around the same time, the budget airline will also be resuming its existing routes from Cardiff Airport to Dublin, Malaga and Faro. Find out more on the Ryanair website here

Airlines launch and cut new routes all the time and at Time Out, we keep an eye on updates so you don’t have to. Recently we shared that London will soon be directly linked to the Faroe Islandsthe ‘world’s best airline’ is launching new routes, you can now fly from Liverpool to an ‘underrated’ European city and Ryanair will start offering new flights from Norwich

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