Ryanair has announced nine new routes from Stansted as part of a new “growth deal” at the airport.  The budget airline will launch a daily service to Naples and a three-times daily route to Copenhagen.

Ryanair chief commercial officer David O’Brien said: “Having grown our London Stansted traffic from 13.2m in 2013 to over 20m this year, this new deal will allow Ryanair to continue to expand our route network at Stansted, our largest European base.”

The schedule for these new routes currently reflect the below operating patterns:

  • Copenhagen – operating three times daily from April
  • Naples – operating once daily from July
  • Beziers – operating three times weekly from July
  • Cagliari – operating three times weekly from April
  • Clermont – operating twice weekly from July
  • Grenoble – operating three times weekly from July
  • Nice – operating once daily from July
  • Nimes – operating four times weekly from April
  • Strasbourg – operating twice weekly from July