Ryanair has announced it will launch four new routes from Manchester Airport from this summer. The new routes will fly to Alicante, Faro, Madrid and Tenerife, and the low-cost airline will also increase daily flights to Dublin services from four to six. The new routes will sustain 600 jobs at the airport, which is a much needed shot in the arm for the airport which suffered when Ryanair withdrew the vast majority of its flights out of Manchester Airport in 2009 due to high airport charges. Airport managing director Andrew Harrison said things had changed in the 18 months since

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