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Ryanair Routes Suspended Winter 2017-2018

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Ryanair routes suspended Winter 2017-2018
Bucharest, Hungary – Palermo (Sicily)
Chania (Crete) – Athens
Chania (Crete) – Pafos, Cyprus
Chania (Crete) – Thessaloniki, Greece
Cologne – Berlin (SXF)
Edinburgh – Szczecin, Poland
Glasgow – Las Palmas (Canary Islands)
Hamburg – Edinburgh
Hamburg – Katowice, Poland
Hamburg – Oslo (TRF)
Hamburg – Thessaloniki, Greece
Hamburg – Venice (TSF)
London (LGW) – Belfast
London (STN) – Edinburgh
London (STN) – Glasgow
Newcastle, UK – Faro, Portugal
Newcastle, UK – Gdansk, Poland
Sofia, Bulgaria – Castellon, Spain
Sofia, Bulgaria – Memmingen, Germany
Sofia, Bulgaria– Pisa, Italy
Sofia, Bulgaria – Stockholm (NYO)
Sofia, Bulgaria – Venice (TSF)
Thessaloniki, Greece – Bratislava, Slovakia
Thessaloniki, Greece – Paris (BVA)
Thessaloniki, Greece – Warsaw (WMI)
Trapani (Sicily) – Baden Baden, Germany
Trapani (Sicily) – Frankfurt (HHN)
Trapani (Sicily) – Genoa, Italy
Trapani (Sicily) – Krakow, Poland
Trapani (Sicily) – Parma, Italy
Trapani (Sicily) – Rome (FIU)
Trapani (Sicily) – Trieste, Italy
Wroclaw, Poland – Warsaw, Poland
Gdansk, Poland – Warsaw, Poland


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