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Ryanair plans 2,500 Spanish flights a week in bet on travel recovery – even as coronavirus cases rise in Europe

Ryanair is planning 2,500 flights a week to, from, and across Spain this summer as it bets on a surge in demand for holidays even as infections rise across much of Europe.Marketing director Dara Brady told a news conference on Wednesday that Europe’s biggest low-cost airline planned to operate 582 routes in, out of, and across Spain, including 48 new ones, in a sign of the expected surge in demand for trips.Spain was the world’s second most-visited country before the Covid-19 pandemic.“We’re…

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