Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today (25Sep) celebrated carrying 350,000 customers at Plovdiv Airport. Ryanair started its operation at Plovdiv Airport on the 2nd of November 2010 with a route to London Stansted. Yordan Kanev was our 350,000th Ryanair customer at Plovdiv Airport and was travelling with his wife and children from Plovdiv to London.
Ryanair celebrated carrying 350,000 customers at Plovdiv by releasing 100,000 seats on sale across its European network, at prices from €19.99 for travel in October and November. These low fare seats are available for booking until midnight Monday (28 Sep).
In Plovdiv, Ryanair’s Sales & Marketing Executive Romania and CEE, Denis Barabas said:
“Ryanair is delighted to celebrate carrying 350,000 customers to/from Plovdiv airport, since our first flight in November 2010.
Bulgarian consumers and visitors can look forward to further service improvements, as we continue Year 2 of our “Always Getting Better” programme, which includes a new website, new app, new cabin interiors, new crew uniforms, improved inflight menus and great new digital features such as ‘hold the fare’.
To celebrate carrying 350,000 customers to/from Plovdiv, we are releasing 100,000 seats on sale from €19.99 for travel in October and November, which are available for booking until midnight Monday (28 Sep). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Ryanair is Europe’s favourite airline, operating more than 1,600 daily flights from 74 bases, connecting 195 destinations in 31 countries and operating a fleet of more than 300 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Ryanair has recently announced firm orders for a further 283 new Boeing 737 aircraft, as well as options for 100 more Boeing 737 MAX 200s, which will enable Ryanair to lower fares and grow traffic from 104m this year to 160m p.a. in 2024. Ryanair currently has a team of more than 9,500 highly skilled aviation professionals, and has an industry leading 30-year safety record.