Ryanair has announced 15 routes from Malta to cities including Luxembourg, Cork and Oslo during the winter. 

The airline will also be flying to Paphos in Cyprus and Santiago in Spain - for the first time. 

The airline will extend its current services to Amman, Billund, Cardiff, Cork, Exeter, Lamezia, Luxembourg, Maastricht, Nantes, Oslo, Perugia, Rome Fiumicino and Thessaloniki.

With the additional traffic resulting from the new routes, a total of almost three million customers would pass through Malta International Airport. The Maltese travelling on the airline would also increase by 16 per cent, Ryanair head of sales Chiara Ravara said.

To celebrate, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares on its Malta routes available from €14.99, for travel in April and May, which must be booked by midnight next Tuesday. 

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