Extra flights at Bristol to cope with Six Nations demand
LOW cost airline Ryanair has added extra flights to its schedules from Bristol to cope with the extra demand for flights during the Six Nations tournament.
England are taking on Ireland in Dublin this weekend and the Irish airline has put on extra services to cope with the demand.
The airline has also scheduled 15 rugby flights to and from Dublin and Glasgow/Edinburgh for Ireland’s Six Nations clash with Scotland on Sunday, February 24.
Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said: “Ryanair has been inundated with demands from Irish rugby fans looking to travel to the game this weekend and we’re delighted to announce extra Six Nations specials between Dublin and Bristol.
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“We have also scheduled 15 flights between Dublin and Glasgow and Edinburgh for the Scotland-Ireland game on Sunday, 24th February, which are already filling up quickly.
“Only Ryanair offers the lowest fares for Six Nations matches and these seats will sell out fast, so our advice to rugby fans is to book early.”