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From this summer, the Irish company will operate from Selento Airport to the Umbrian capital and the Swedish capital.
Two new routes will connect Brindisi Airport to Perugia and Stockholm from next summer. In addition to the two routes already added to the 21 routes already in operation at Salento Airport, Ryanair has also announced an additional flight to Brindisi, which represents an additional investment of $ 100 million.
Chiara Rawara, Head of Sales, Marketing and International, said: “We are pleased to launch the largest ever summer operation in Brindisi, offering connectivity on more than 23 routes and more than 130 weekly flights, including two new routes to Perugia and Stockholm. , And the addition of additional aircraft tourism will not only stimulate the Italian economy but also create another 30 direct jobs in the region. At a time when other airlines are cutting their staff, we are happy to invest more in our staff and at airports across Europe.
Tourism, the attractive and driving sector of our economy, has once again been confirmed as the basic lever for strategic choices made by Ryanair and Aeroporti de Puglia – said Antonio Maria Vasily, Vice President of Aeroporti de Puglia. The second aircraft based in Brindisi represents an extraordinary potential for developing an area, thanks to its culture, nature, food, wine and history, as well as Puglia’s extraordinary ability to cope with the epidemic crisis. .
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