Dublin-based LCC Ryanair said it would open 22 new French routes early in winter 2019 because of strong demand, as it pushes ahead with its plan to expand rapidly in France.  Ryanair said over a year ago that it wanted to expand rapidly in France, basing aircraft in the country to help capture growing demand for low-cost air travel. It has established bases in Bordeaux, Marseille and most recently said Toulouse would be its third base in France.  The Irish carrier said March 12 ...

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