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The new route is Ryanair's 33rd service at LJLA
Richard Bell

Ryanair adds Med destination to Liverpool Airport lineup

Ryanair has expanded its offering at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) with a service to Cyprus.

The Irish carrier’s new route to Paphos, a city on the southwest coast of the Mediterranean island, is its 33rd service in operation at LJLA.

The flights will take off from October 28 as part of the airline’s Winter 2018/19 season, running twice weekly on Sundays and Wednesdays.

LJLA director of aviation development, Paul Winfield, said: “We are delighted to see Ryanair take the opportunity to add flights to Paphos from Liverpool which is on one of the largest unserved markets from here.

“This new service will allow passengers from across the North West to fly to Paphos from Liverpool John Lennon Airport and enjoy a best in class passenger experience.”

Ryanair’s Robin Kiely commented: “We are pleased to launch this new route from Liverpool to Paphos in Cyprus with a twice weekly service from the end of October, as part of our Winter 2018 schedule which goes on sale today on the website.

The launch of the Paphos route follows news last month of Ryanair’s new service connecting Liverpool with Shannon in Ireland.

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