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Ryanair launches two new routes at Bari airport

By October 26, 2020News

Ryanair launches new routes at Bari airport

Palermo and Verona: these are the two new destinations that will be connected to the Bari airport by Ryanair.

After announcing an increase in frequencies at the Apulian airport, the low cost company announced the two new connections, which will be active from next December with 3 weekly frequencies for both.

With the announcement of these additional flights, the domestic network served by our airports is further strengthened – comments Tiziano Onesti, president of Aeroporti di Puglia -.

Just a few days after the decision to connect Bari and Brindisi with Sicily and Sardinia, the announced flights from Bari to Palermo and Verona, in addition to joining a North – South development line, confirm the attention that Ryanair, an important carrier for our regional airport network, reserved for the Apulian market “.

Ryanair implements capacity on Italian domestic routes by strengthening the Apulian airport. Here in the winter programming 17 weekly frequencies will be added.

The destinations involved in the increase in the offer are Bologna, Catania, Cuneo, Genoa, Milan Bergamo, Trieste, Turin and Venice. The Sicilian airport is the one that will see the greatest number of additional flights, 4, followed by Bologna, Bergamo and Venice.

“Italy has shown incredible resilience during this crisis – commented commercial director Jason Mc Guinnes – and Ryanair’s growth is the answer to the extraordinary demand of consumers and the continuous work of Bari airport in guaranteeing operational efficiency and competitive airport rates “.

Ryanair’s activation of new routes from the airports of Bari and Brindisi – comments Tiziano Onesti, president of Aeroporti di Puglia – represents, in a very delicate moment for the country, an injection of confidence for our airport network.

The carrier’s decision – which has always been very attentive to the Apulian market – is an indication of a strategic vision that goes beyond the contingent historical moment.

In fact, airlines and airports are dedicating energy and resources to strengthening the national segment, whose demand is destined to grow significantly in the coming months and may become, in effect, the main driver for a first recovery in the sector.

In addition, the new routes announced by Ryanair strengthen a traffic route that responds to a growing demand for mobility between the South East of the country and the two large Italian islands “.


Ryanair launches new routes at Bari airport

Ryanair lancia due nuove rotte sullo scalo di Bari.