Following a strong year of recovery in 2022 Ryanair is looking to further strengthen its position in the post pandemic European market in 2023 by adding capacity and new flights to its network. Today’s post topic is a new route being opened by the Irish low cost carrier. Let’s find out what this latest Ryanair news is all about.
Ryanair Introduces its New Edinburgh Cornwall Flight
With Cornwall being one of the most popular UK domestic holiday destinations it’s only natural that Ryanair is opening this new route. The flight will connect twice a week Edinburgh and Newquay Cornwall airport.
However as mentioned above this is intended to be a seasonal flight for in the Irish giant of low cost travel. The fist flight will take off from Scotland on Sunday June 4th 2023 while the last flight out of Cornwall will be on September 27th.
Therefore flight number FR9361 (FR9362 on the return leg) will cover all the UK summer season, offering Scottish travellers a direct connection to one of the countries favourite destinations.
The FR9361 Flight Schedule
The summer connection between Edinburgh and Cornwall will have a double weekly frequency. Flights will operate every Wednesday and Sunday. As for the flight schedule and time table, here’s how it’ll operate.
- Flight FR9361 will depart Edinburg (EDI) at 09:00 and arrive into Cornwall (NQY) at 10:25.
- Flight FR9362 will depart Cornwall (NQY) at 10:50 and arrive into Edinburg (EDI) at 12:15.
- Flight FR9361 will depart Edinburg (EDI) at 13:30 and arrive into Cornwall (NQY) at 14:55.
- Flight FR9362 will depart Cornwall (NQY) at 15:20 and arrive into Edinburg (EDI) at 16:45.
Therefore the forecasted flight time, each way, is approximately 1 hour 25 minutes. The turnaround time is a very short 25 minutes. If you’d like to find out how Ryanair does it in such a short time, the main reason is in this article.