Ryanair will start flying from Norwich Airport for the first time ever this summer.
It will kick off Norwich flights with three sunshine routes.
From 1 April 2024, it will offer Alicante, Faro, and Malta flights.
Norwich becomes Ryanair’s 22nd UK airport.
The airline says it will create more than 60 local jobs.
Overall, the new Norwich flights will run 12 times per week to Alicante, Faro and Malta with capacity for 60,000 passengers over the summer.
Ryanair is operating over 440 routes carrying 52 million passengers to and from the UK.
Its UK-based fleet numbers 107 aircraft.
It has forecast 300 million passengers within the next decade.
To celebrate the new Norwich flights, Ryanair launched a limited-time seat sale on the three new routes with fares for travel from April 2024 until October 2024 starting at £29.99.