THE LINK between Kerry and Germany is to be further enhanced with the announcement today that Ryanair is to commence another new route from Kerry Airport. From the 1st of July flights to Dusseldorf-Weeze near the Dutch border,will depart from Kerry at 9am on Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday with a great low fare of €26.99 one-way including taxes.

Financial Controller at Kerry Airport, Basil Sheerin, said: “There has always been a strong affiliation between County Kerry and Germany. The Frankfurt-Hahn service, now in its seventh year, has been very successful and with a population of 80 million people, we always believed that there would be room for another German flight. We expect tourism in Kerry to the winners following today’s announcement with accommodation providers and ancillary tourism services set to benefit from the growth in visitor numbers from Germany.”
Dusseldorf-Weeze already services over 50 Ryanair destinations and it is located one hour from Dusseldorf City centre. As a cross-bordering holiday region you can experience everything squared as you will discover two countries in one trip on the German-Dutch Lower Rhine. This remarkable cultural region, with a wide spectrum of museums in which contemporary art, is just as well covered as regional and town history and themes from historical toys to natural sciences. Active holidaymakers can explore the region on horseback, by bicycle or on foot.
Kerry Airport is ideally located for anyone wishing to travel on business or pleasure with direct flights to seven destinations including: Dusseldorf-Weeze, Dublin, London Stansted, London Luton, Frankfurt-Hahn, Alicante & Faro with Ryanair and to Manchester with Aer Arann. There is ample and great value parking at Kerry Airport as well as friendly service. Kerry Airport won the prestigious Irish Airport of the Year Award in 2005 from the CCI and was declared the first Heartsafe Airport in Ireland by the Irish Heart Foundation.
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