Irish LCC Ryanair has named Porto International Airport, in northern Portugal, as its third connection hub. The move allows passengers to transfer directly to connecting Ryanair flights. The Jan. 3 announcement follows the launch of connecting flights at Rome Fiumicino and Milan Bergamo. Traditionally, Ryanair was strictly a point-to-point carrier that discouraged passengers from creating their own connections via airports from which the airline operated a number of routes. The new ...

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