Ryanair advances to Naples with 12 new routes for the winter

Ryanair winter from Naples advances with 12 new routes (46 in total) operational since October and an additional aircraft based in Capodichino to support demand, which brings the total to five.

These are the new winter routes: Agadir, Bucharest, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, London Luton, Milan Malpensa, Prague, Sofia, Tallinn, Tel Aviv, Tenerife and Zagreb.

“Ryanair is committed to rebuilding the Italian tourism industry, restoring connectivity as we grow across Europe and air traffic returns to pre-pandemic levels,” he says. Dara Brady, marketing director of low cost -. Ryanair will take delivery of 55 new B737-8200 “Gamechanger” aircraft this winter, and we are delighted to announce these 12 new routes from Naples, operating a total of 46 connections in 20 countries. Additionally, the placement of the fifth aircraft here in Naples represents an additional $ 100 million investment and will support the creation of over 800 new jobs for pilots, cabin crews and engineers this winter at our Italian airports as we prepare for further fleet and route growth in 2022.

With the return of consumer confidence, we ask the Italian government to eliminate the municipal surcharge for all Italian airports, which is damaging the competitiveness of Italian airports compared to their European counterparts. The abolition of this tax would facilitate a rapid recovery of Italian air traffic, tourism and employment thanks to Ryanair’s low fares and long-term growth plan ”.

“Ryanair is the first airline in Naples for the number of passengers transported and destinations offered – he added Margherita Chiaramonte, network development director of Gesac -. The collaboration with the airport, which began in 2017, has been characterized by constant growth which, after a period of stalemate, resumes strongly, confirming the carrier’s confidence in our market. A trust that has made it possible to strengthen the base and increase the routes, which went from 19 in summer 2017 to 46 in winter 2021 and which translates into economic, social and employment growth for the area “.

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