Ryan Air is growing on Brindisi, two new routes to Perugia and Stockholm.

Ryan Air is growing on Brindisi, two new routes to Perugia and Stockholm.

There are two, Perugia E StockholmNew routes added to,Summer activity Ryanair on Brindisi, Total arrives 23.

The carrier decided Double the number of flights Introducing one more with investment $ 100 million. The two machines based in Brindisi will work more 130 flights a week.

“We worked with the Aeroporti de Puglia team to ensure this growth,” he said. Chiara Ravara, Ryanair’s Head of Sales, Marketing and International Community – and also improves services for residents, employees and visitors in the area. At a time when other airlines are cutting their staff, we are happy More investments At our staff and at airports across Europe “.

Strong interest in the area
“The announcement of the second Brindisi-based aircraft – underlines Antonio Maria Vasili, Vice President of Aeroporti di Puglia – is a witness Strong interest Of the Irish carrier to the Apulian region. Tourism, the attractive and vibrant sector of our economy, has once again been established Basic lever for strategic choices Ryan Air and Aeroporti de Puglia, which share most of our management with the shareholder region Puglia and the tourism agency Puglia Promo.

Opportunity for development
The second aircraft, based in Brindisi, remains Vasily, which represents an extraordinary possibility Development Of an area ” Internationally recognized brand Thanks to culture, nature, food, wine and history, but also to Puglia’s extraordinary ability to cope with the epidemic crisis.

To celebrate the new lottery, Ryanair aOffering Especially useful rates for flights booked before midnight on Friday, December 3, until the end of October 2022.

See also  Comiso Airport in Coma: 66.8 percent less movement and 73.8 percent fewer passengers due to Kovid - Comiso

Written By
More from Jake Pearson
Answer of scientists – science and IT – tsn.ua
In the territory of modern northern Patagonia, Argentine scientists have discovered the...
Read More
Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.