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Puglia and Lithuania closer with the new Ryanair flight

Puglia and Lithuania are about to be linked again. Starting from next March, Ryanair will introduce the Milan Bergamo - Vilnius connection. “The new flights will contribute to increasing international tourism for the benefit of the Apulian sector - comments the consul of Lithuania for Puglia and Basilicata, Giuseppe Saracino -. Culture, commerce and tourism travel together. Unfortunately, Wizz Air has suspended flights on the Bari-Vilnius route, which were strongly desired and solicited by this consulate. The consulate continued to take action together with Aeroporti di Puglia and Pugliapromento to restore a direct flight between the two countries which, in…
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December 31, 2020
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Ryanair launches two new routes at Bari airport

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…
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October 26, 2020
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Ryanair, new base in Beauvais

Ryanair is an autumn of light and shadow. While low cost is preparing to cut its October offer by a further 20%, a new hub is added to the network. In the past few hours, in fact, the Irish carrier announced the opening of a base in France, at Paris-Beauvais airport. The inauguration is scheduled for next winter, on 3 December. In the new hub, according to aviation24.be, low fare intends to place 2 aircraft, for a total investment of 200 million. The carrier will offer 32 routes from the airport, thus connecting Paris to 13 EU countries. Source: https://www.ttgitalia.com/
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September 25, 2020