RYANAIR has added five new destinations for Irish passengers getting out of Dublin Airport.
The budget airline will add new services to European cities Munich, Stuttgart for this winter and extend their Naples winter service into the summer.
And they will operate new routes to Paphos in Cyprus and Marrakech in Morroco next year.
The Irish flier also revealed that they will release seats for sale from just €14.99 for travel in September and October if customers book before midnight on Thursday to celebrate the new schedule launch.
A new double daily service to Munich and a new daily Stuttgart route will kick off this winter.
The twice-weekly routes to Paphos and Marrakech will commence in March 2018.
The new routes go on sale in September – as Ryanair call on the Government to allow plans for a second runway at Dublin Airport to proceed.
Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs revealed: “We are pleased to launch our Dublin summer 2018 schedule, which includes 5 new Dublin routes to Marrakech, Munich, Naples, Paphos and Stuttgart, which will go on sale in September, and 90 routes in total, delivering 12.9m customers through Dublin Airport next year.