Ryanair expands to Naples

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Ryanair The presence at Naples Airport will be further expanded, with 1 flight to ’21 in the winter, reaching a total of 5. This would represent an additional $ 100 million investment in Naples and create 30 additional Ryan Air jobs. As the vaccination campaign continues, European tourism is opening up, and the increased connectivity of the Ryanair will play a crucial role in re-establishing air traffic in the area.

Ryanier’s activities for the winter ’21 from Naples include:

  • 5 based aircraft (+1 / $ 100 million investment) to support Ryaner’s 150 jobs
  • Total 46 routes (11 national / 35 international)
  • 218 weekly flights
  • 12 new routes: Lanzarote (week 1), Agadir (week 2), Furteventura (week 2), London Luton (week 7), Milan Malpensa (week 21), Bucharest (week 3), Prague (week 4), Sofia ( Week 4), Tenerife (Week 3), Tallinn (Week 3), Tel Aviv (Week 6), Zagreb (Week 2)

GESAC CEO, Roberto BarbieriCommented: “The Irish company is a strategic partner and with them has laid a solid foundation for the re-establishment of a regular and consistent flight offer, which contributes to the seasonal adjustment of the flow of tourists by tourists in our area beyond the high summers.

Currently in Naples since 2017, Ryanair has so far carried more than 6 million passengers to and from Naples, making it a powerful engine for the development of the economy surrounding the airport.

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