BUCHAREST (Romania), September 20 (SeeNews) - Irish low-cost air carrier Ryanair said on Tuesday it will launch two new routes from Romania's northeastern city of Oradea to Spain's Barcelona and Italy's Milan as of March 2017.
The airline will operate eight flights per week on the routes, it said in a statement.
The new routes are expected to bring over 60,000 passengers on Oradea's Airport, the company added.
In August, Ryanair said it will launch a new route from Romania's capital Bucharest to Palermo in Italy, starting March 28, 2017.
Currently, the budget carrier operates a total of 13 routes from Bucharest.
Ryanair has solid expansion plans for Romania as it will open its first base in the western city of Timisoara in November and a second one at the Bucharest international airport Henri Coanda in October.
The company will allocate one airplane worth $100 million to the Timisoara base and three Boeing aircraft worth $300 million to the Bucharest base.
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