Low-cost airline Ryanair is to operate flights between Luxembourg and Dublin starting in October 2018.
According to a Luxembourg Airport tweet on Friday, the airline will operate three weekly flights. Passengers can book the flights starting Friday, the tweet said.
Delano’s sister publication Paperjam contacted Ryanair to confirm the announcement, where a spokesperson said an official statement would be made next week.
Ryanair, which is the second biggest airline in Luxembourg in terms of air passengers, has its head office in Dublin. This new connection brings the total number of destinations served from Luxembourg to eight after Barcelona, Madrid, London Stansted, Milan Bergamo, Lisbon, Porto and, most recently, Seville.