UK low-cost-carrier Ryanair has reported its quarterly earnings. Its major losses reflect depressed travel due to the Coronavirus, including EU lockdowns.(Photo: Ryanair)

Ryanair Announces Significant Growth in Scotland

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has announced that they will be increasing their schedule from Scotland during the winter of 2017. Ryanair will operate 15 new routes out of Scotland's airports, which the airline has said will deliver a 20% growth in passenger numbers per year. The carrier currently operates out of four Scottish airports; Edinburgh, Glasgow International, Glasgow Prestwick, and Aberdeen. The airline claims that these new routes will enable them to increase their employment numbers to 3,750 people in Scotland. Ryanair already operates…