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Comiso and Catania airports, Ryanair cuts flights: affected routes

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Air Company Ryanair Routes and frequencies are being cut at some Italian bases for the next winter season, which starts on October 30. Included in the included airports Comiso planned to reduce attendance at Catania. The only Irish low-cost airline currently operating at Ragusa’s Pio La Torre airport. A new calendar, therefore, until next March 2023, probably during the holidays, will have a reshaping with an increase according to the increase in demand.

The Comiso program currently provides for the elimination of three categories in October, no flights to Bari from next October 27, Venice from 28 and Bologna from 29. Weekly connections will also be cut from November: Comiso – Milan Malpensa will pass from the current 5 to 2 (every Monday and Friday). ; The Comiso – Bergamo connection runs only on Tuesdays and Saturdays; Comiso – Brussels Charleroi will be reduced from 3 to 2 on Mondays and Fridays. Daily connections from Comiso Airport to Rome Fiumicino will be 4 from October, then reduced to 2 in November, like all others (on Fridays and Sundays).

Bologna-Catania A cut in frequencies will be experienced. Ryanair confirmed all routes in early September Trapani 58 weekly flights. No routes have been canceled at this time Palermo.

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