The airline is adding 200,000 seats to its flights to the Balearic Islands and Malta in July, August and September 2021.

Madrid, 25 June 2021.  Ryanair, Europe’s leading airline, has announced 200,000 extra seats from the UK to the Balearic cities of Ibiza and Palma, and to Malta, after these islands have made it onto the UK’s green list destinations.

Ryanair also called on Grant Shapps to add the Canary Islands, Cyprus, and the Greek Islands to the list immediately given their very similar coronavirus infection rates, which are low and similar to those of the recent additions.

To celebrate this decision, Ryanair has launched an promotion of seats from €19.99 until the end of September 2021. This promotion will be available until midnight on Sunday, June 27, on the website.

Ryanair’s Dara Brady, said: “This announcement is a step in the right direction and while we welcome the addition of the Balearics and Malta to the UK’s green list, we urge the Government to add equally safe destinations such as Cyprus, the Canaries and the Greek Islands immediately. We also request an immediate decision on allowing vaccinated UK and EU citizens to travel freely between the UK and the EU without restrictions.

We are pleased to announce 200,000 extra seats to Ibiza, Palma and Malta throughout July, August and September. UK Ryanair customers can book a well-earned summer holiday at destinations such as the Balearics, safe in the knowledge that if their plans change, they can move their travel dates up to two times with a zero-change fee until the end of December 2021”.

About Ryanair:
Ryanair Holdings plc, Europe’s largest airline group, is the parent company of Buzz, Lauda, Malta Air & Ryanair DAC. It carries 154m passengers a year (before Covid-19) on more than 2,400 daily flights from 82 bases and connects over 240 destinations in 40 countries. The airline operates a fleet of over 470 aircraft, with a further 210 Boeing 737s on order, which will enable Ryanair Holdings to lower fares and increase traffic to 200 million passengers per year over the next five/six years. Ryanair currently employs over 16,000 highly skilled aviation professionals who deliver the highest on-time performance in Europe, as well as an industry leading 35-year safety record. Ryanair is Europe’s greenest and cleanest airline group. Customers flying with Ryanair can reduce their emissions by up to 50% when compared to the other four major EU airlines.