Ryanair has announced its summer schedule with 14 new routes to and from Dublin Airport.
Flights to locations in Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Italy, Romania, Spain, Sweden and the UK have been added to make up 130 existing destinations.
It's increasing its number of Boeing 737s from 11 to 16.
The airline says it'll carry 16 million passengers this year, and will operate 2,000 weekly flights to and from Dublin this summer.
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Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson says the additional routes connect Dublin to the rest of world:
"We have 130 destinations out of Dublin this summer, Heathrow has 100 - for all airlines - destinations, short haul into Europe."
"So we have probably the most connected airport in Europe here now."