Ryanair increases services on London to Copenhagen route

Ryanair has announced plans to increase its London Luton to Copenhagen service to four times daily due to 'overwhelming demand'.

Ryanair will increase its London Luton to Copenhagen service to four times daily
Ryanair will increase its London Luton to Copenhagen service to four times daily

The airline will increase the service from three times daily to four times daily from 25 October as part of its winter 2015 schedule.

Outbound services will depart Luton at 7:50am, 12:20pm, 5:25pm and 9:20pm, landing in Copenhagen at 10:40am, 15:10pm, 20:15om and 12:10am.

Ryanair has been rapidly expanding its London routes this year and launched six new routes from Stansted in January.

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