Ryanair sees room to open two more bases in Spain by around 2010 and will double passengers there, the airline said yesterday, a week after announcing its presence in the country would double to four hubs.
“We now have four bases and there is space for one or two more . . . in the next three or four years,” Ryanair’s director of marketing and sales in Spain, Maribel Rodriguez, said. “There’s still a lot of space to grow.”
Rodriguez later said the airline planned to double profits from Spain as well as the number of passengers to and from Spanish airports by around 2012.