These flights are now loaded and on sale - including Six Nations weekend.Ryanair haven't put Dublin onsale yet but have loaded the flights. At the moment the route is 4 weekly Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Departure times from Cardiff are 2250, 1710, 2300 and 2205.
Well according to the CEO in a recent interview the only thing that is stopping them is cost. Does make you wonder if the changes to the Dublin route are because Ryanair aren't satisfied with the deal they have from the airport.It would be a great boost to the airport, if Ryanair were to increase services on Dublin route, and maybe look at services to more destinations, but they expect a lot from the airports they serve in return.
It's certainly a possibility and would explain the poor flight times currently on those days. I would've thought they'd go daily on the route before exploring double daily, but then maybe CWL have given them a deal they couldn't refuse after all and they'll be going all out.I’m staying optimistic that either the flight times will change or at least Monday, Friday and Sunday flights will be double daily!
Definitely would be interesting if they did that rather than going daily on the route but they might have really good sales for weekend traffic and poor in mid week hence the cutting of the Wednesday flight.I’m staying optimistic that either the flight times will change or at least Monday, Friday and Sunday flights will be double daily!