Ryanair has announced a new Paphos route to Amman, Jordan, which is set to operate four times weekly from the end of March, as part of its Summer 2018 schedule.
The new Paphos–Amman route is scheduled to go on sale via the low-cost airline’s website from February 5.
Cypriot consumers and visitors can expect to enjoy lower fares and the latest ‘Always Getting Better’ improvements, including reduced checked-in bag fees, Ryanair Rooms with Travel Credit, connecting flights at Rome, Milan and Porto, and Ryanair Transfers.
Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today launched its first flights to Jordan with 14 routes in total to Amman and Aqaba airports, which will deliver almost 500,000 customers p.a., as Ryanair expands its operation in the Middle East.
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) February 4, 2018
FIRST ROUTE TO JORDAN
Nikolaos Lardis, Sales & Marketing Manager – East Mediterranean at Ryanair, commented: “We are pleased to launch this new Paphos route to Amman.
“This is Ryanair’s first route to Jordan, which will go on sale tomorrow. This route will also operate twice weekly for Winter 2018.”
To celebrate, the carrier is releasing low-price seats for sale from Paphos to Amman for travel in April and May, which are available for booking until midnight February 7.
“Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should […] avoid missing out,” continued Lardis.
The new Paphos–Amman route launch follows on from Lardis’ appointment earlier this year.
Lardis joined from Airbnb in Ireland, and will oversee Ryanair’s sales and marketing team and activities across Cyprus, Greece, Malta, Israel, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro.
Chiara Ravara, Senior Sales & Marketing Manager at Ryanair, said: “We are pleased to appoint Nikolaos as our new East Med Sales & Marketing Manager, and he will bring considerable experience and industry knowledge to this role, as we continue to roll out our latest ‘Always Getting Better’ customer experience improvements and grow traffic, routes and tourism across Europe, with more than 129m people set to fly [with us] this year.”
Lardis, added: “I am really happy to join the team at Ryanair. Building long-lasting trusted partnerships is the key to success in this sector and I’m looking forward to working with all our airports and stakeholders to drive growth in our Eastern Mediterranean markets.”