Ryanair Honoured By City Of Marseille For Contribution To Tourism
Ryanair, Europe’s low fares airline, was today (18 Oct) recognised for its outstanding contribution to tourism in the Provence region, when its Deputy CEO and Chief Operating Officer, Michael Cawley, was presented with the Citizen Badge of Honour from the city of Marseille. This year, Ryanair will carry over 1.65m passengers to/from Marseille sustaining 1,650* “on-site” jobs at Marseille Airport, underlining Ryanair’s commitment to tourism in the Provence region.
To celebrate, Ryanair is releasing 100,000 seats across its entire European network at prices starting from just €14.99 for travel on Mon, Tue, Wed & Thur in November, December and January and these “all in” low fares will be available on over 1,000 of Ryanair’s European routes, including between Marseille and East Midlands, Pisa and Zadar, but must be booked on www.ryanair.com before midnight (24:00hrs) Mon, 21 October.
In Marseille, Ryanair’s Michael Cawley said:
“We are delighted to have been recognised in Marseille today and to receive the Citizen Badge of Honour. In just 7 years, Ryanair has carried 8.6m passengers to and from Marseille, with passengers saving over €1.9 billion by switching to Ryanair’s low fares over Air France’s high fares and fuel surcharges.
To celebrate our award, Ryanair is releasing 100,000 seats on over 1,000 European routes, including Marseille to East Midlands, Pisa and Zadar, at prices starting from £14.99, for travel in November, December and January. These seats are only available until midnight (24:00hrs) Monday (21 Oct) and at these mad prices are sure to be snapped up fast, so we urge passengers to book them on www.ryanair.com before they sell out.”