Trapani-Birgi. Ombra and Musumesi met Ryanair’s number one

Airgest President Salvatore Ombra and Region President Nello Musumesi flew to Dublin to meet Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson.

Strengthening links to and from Trapani was also central to the conversation, where there has been strong growth in terms of movements and passengers for at least two years. “The region will continue to support the Irish company’s strategy, with the aim of soon reaching twenty-five million passengers, departing and arriving in Sicily,” assured Ryanair’s number one.

“For us at Ryanair, Sicily is one of the most interesting markets. It is no coincidence that we secure more than a hundred routes on the island, of which sixty are international routes, and we plan to make new investments, especially in internal connections,” Wilson said.

Airgest, the manager of Ombra was satisfied: “A meeting between the president of the region Hon. Nello Musumezzi and the top executives of Ryanair, in which I was a partner, was not only to lay the foundations for an effective collaboration. Vincenzo Airport Florio means the crossroads of the low-cost company in Sicily.
A concrete sign for the tourism economy and all the activities related to it – I will never hesitate to say it – if we are good at understanding and optimizing it, we will get the dignity we deserve.
A unique opportunity for Western Sicily, free from schemes or logics that are not ours but only for a serious business strategy.
With a significant increase in traffic already next season, I am excited and proud to make the future of our airport a viable and sustainable one. the airport

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