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Ryanair strengthens in Bergamo: two new routes from the summer of 2021
Based on 20 flights, will fly to Belfast and Bancha Luka
Milan, March 23 (askanews) – Ryanair is strengthening its presence in Lombardy with a new stable flight in Bergamo and two new routes departing from Orio Al Serio Airport in the summer. Irish company CEO Eddie Wilson made the announcement at a news conference. “The ten-year relationship between Ryaner and Milan-Bergamo Airport has paid off: today we announce a new aircraft currently in Bergamo. There will be 20 flights in the summer of 2021, with a total of 100 routes.
Both new flights will be to Belfast (Northern Ireland) and Bancha Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Wilson added, “As soon as we get the green light to travel, tourism will definitely help resume traffic.” Next summer, the Irish company’s top manager is confident that “reservations will be recovered” and an invitation to governments to “go as far as possible on vaccines” to overcome the crisis suggested by Kovid-19.
As a result of its presence at 29 airports (including 15 bases) with over 2,000 direct jobs, Ryanair claims to be “the number one airline in Italy”. From Italy, the Irish company travels to more than 600 routes, 98 of which are internal. In the company’s forecasts, Wilson commented, “Domestic transport recovery will be faster than international traffic. The only question is whether the journey can begin again.
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