The no-frills airline, Ryanair, has launched three new routes for skiers this winter from London Stansted to Grenoble, Lourdes, and Cueno.

The new twice-weekly flights start from £10 one way including taxes and operate from Jan. 7 to March 25.

The new route to Grenoble will be particularly welcomed by UK skiers heading to the French Alps. Grenoble offers easy access to the surrounding resorts of [R603R, Serre Chevalier], [R592R, Alpe d'Huez], La Grave, [R593R, Les Deux Alpes], [R1827R, Vaujany], [R2390R, Chamrousse], Brides-les-Bains, [R2350R, Autrans], [R117R, Courchevel], [R2440R, La Clusaz], [R598R, Meribel], and [R1564R, Les Menuires].

The Italian Alps is also well served by Ryanair's new London Stansted to Cueno route. Cueno offers easy access to the Italian resorts of [R2196R, Artesina], [R2213R, Frabosa Soprana], [R2052R, Garessio 2000], [R2339R, Limone Piedmonte], [R2710R, Lurisia], [R2560R, Prato Nevoso], and [R2295R, San Giacomo di Roburent].

The new route to Lourdes will be convenient for the French Pyrenean ski resorts of [R1972R, Cauterets], [R1721R, Peyragudes], and Luiz Ardiden.

Ryanair also operates flights to other popular ski airports including Milan, Klagenfurt, Madrid, Perpignan, Graz, Granada, Bratislava, Salzburg, Turin, Verona, Stockholm, Trieste, Venice-Treviso, Almeria, and Zaragoza.

The no-frills airline recently announced it smashed its past Christmas passenger records as more than 2.5 million passengers travelled on their flights between Dec. 23 and Jan. 4.

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