Four new winter destinations
The winter flight schedule belonging to the Irish budget airline Ryanair has been extended to cover four new destinations. Ryanair has operated flights to Faro in Portugal since 5 October. The service will also be extended to Edinburgh in Great Britain from 28 October and Marrakech in Morocco one day later. The connection to Eilat-Owda in Israel will also be offered again this winter and will be available from 29 October.
Flights to Marrakech will run twice a week (on Monday and Friday). If you are looking to swap autumnal or wintery Berlin for the charm of the Orient and the magic of the fairy tales from the Arabian Nights, you are sure to love this city in the heart of Morocco.
Edinburgh’s medieval flair and Scotland’s rough charm are irresistible. The city on the east coast of the country not only offers unique architecture and history, but is also one of the world’s leading festival cities. Edinburgh is the perfect starting point for a tour of the Scottish Highlands. From now on, there will be flights to Edinburgh every day apart from on Saturdays.
Faro is the gateway to the holiday paradises of the Algarve. It is popular with holidaymakers, surfers and golfers alike. Fine sandy beaches, bizarre rock formations as well as Roman villas and other archaeological sights in the coastal wilderness invite you to both relax and explore. Ryanair offers flights to Faro every Monday and Friday.
Ryanair flies to the southernmost city of Israel twice a week, on Monday and Fridays. Eilat is located on the Gulf of Aqaba and therefore offers pleasant, warm temperatures all year round and has everything you need for a real beach holiday, even in winter – including a breath-taking underwater world.