In 2021, Ryanair is counting on the recovery from the Colombo in Genoa with 22 weekly flights to 9 destinations: operational which includes the new summer route for Malta starting in August and five new ones winter routes to Brindisi, Brussels-Charleroi, Catania, Bucharest and Palermo.
“We are pleased to announce our recovery and growth plans for Genoa after a difficult year during the global Covid-19 pandemic – says the Ryanair commercial director, Jason McGuinness -. Thanks to the success of vaccination programs, the EU’s digital Covid certificate and the easing of restrictions, travel is set to recover strongly for summer and winter 2021 ″.
“The collaboration between Ryanair and Genoa Airport dates back to 1999 and has never stopped since then – he underlines Paolo Odone, president of the Genoa Airport -. It is particularly important for us to be able to announce the new Ryanair routes at our airport, not only for national destinations but also and above all for international ones. It is precisely on the foreign market that the Ryanair network will be able to grow further in Genoa, leveraging the great dynamism of the Irish carrier and its deep-rooted presence in all markets of interest for the development of new flows of travelers to and from Liguria.
The new flights will help us to recover more quickly the traffic lost in these long months and to catch up with the growth path started in recent years. The relaunch of the collaboration between Ryanair and the Genoa Airport also comes close to the start of the works that by 2023 will bring an enlarged and renewed airport to Genoa and Liguria, ready to welcome an ever-increasing number of travelers. “