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Airports: We aim for a long-term agreement with Tristay and Ryanair – Economy

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(ANSA) – TRIESTE, 02 APR – Trieste Airport operates with Ryanair 9 connection but is exploring the possibility of a long-term ‘contract’ with the Irish company.

The agreement will strengthen the opening of international airports, which are currently scarce, especially in the east (Slovenia and Croatia) and in the neighboring north (Austria, southern Germany). The CEO talked yesterday about these options. Ryan Air, Eddie Wilson, Trieste Airport Management.

“The appointment is in March 2023. But we’ve been talking about new connections since the end of October 2022 – Fvg Airport Marco Consalvo’s CEO announces – our goal is to change our profile: we need to double our destinations – with an increase of about 25 summers today – especially internationally, and tourist incoming, at that time. Business perspectives will change. We are a local airport, so we aim to be fully aligned with local policy, and with other companies. “

With Omicron, the first quarter of 2022 ended in a negative peak, but “the situation has already improved and, without further ado, we will close the first half with less than 35% of passengers compared to the year before the Pandemic. However, the recovery is stronger than the second semester pre-Pandemic 2019. It’s been a good year for reconstruction compared to pre – pandemic “(ANSA).

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