The airline Air France has established two new routes to Nantes and Lyon from Seville, two routes that are added to the calendar of flights for the spring season. However, the route between Nantes and Seville will also be operational from next month with the company Ryanair.
France, Italy and the United Kingdom were the destinations with the highest demand. That is why this spring the San Pablo airport will have at the moment 4 new routes to Nantes, Lyon, Edinburgh and Malta (all with two flights a week).
Direct flights to Nantes and Lyon
In addition to these routes, within the last winter season Ryanair began offering fourteen new international flights to Frankfurt, Memmingen, Hamburg, Baden-Baden, Krakow, Manchester, East Midlands, Bari, Verona, Cologne, Warsaw, Fez, Toulouse, Hamburg and two domestic flights to Vitoria and Valladolid.
Also the company Transavia (low cost of Air France), has bet this winter for the Dutch city of Eindhoven and the airline Easy Jet by the London airport of Luton.
To celebrate the inauguration of the new route with Nantes, Ryanair put up for sale seats from 16.99 euros to travel between the months of January and April from the airport in Seville. These tickets were available on their website until January 22, 2018.
Currently, Ryanair has the most new routes from the Seville airport. The Irish airline says it will continue to connect Seville with major European cities more frequently, with better hours and better prices.
Undoubtedly, this is another step for the increase in the tourist influx of the airport of San Pablo, especially from international destinations, which will cause a very important economic benefit for our city.
Seville airport closed 2.017 as the best year in its history with a passenger increase of 10.5% compared to 2016.