Ryanair traces the contours of its Italian summer: in the summer of 2022 the Irish low cost will launch 47 new routes (over 720 in total) to numerous European destinations.
Ryanair is leading the recovery of traffic in Europe as it expects to contribute to accelerated growth in both traffic and employment over the next 5 years. After adding 560 new routes and opening 14 bases in the past 12 months, the company is now looking forward to summer 2022 and adding 65 new B737-8200 “Gamechanger” aircraft to its fleet, offering 4% of more seats, consume 16% less fuel and guarantee a 40% reduction in noise emissions, making next summer’s operation the most sustainable and environmentally friendly to date. In addition to its green credentials, Ryanair has launched electric handling at 11 major European airports, a significant investment in its sustainable operations.
“After two summers of travel restrictions, our Italian customers now have 47 new routes to choose from when booking their long-awaited holidays – says the commercial director, Jason McGuinness -. To celebrate, we have launched a limited-time promotion with fares starting from 29.99 euros for travel until the end of October 2022, which must be booked by midnight on Saturday 27 November. With airfares set to increase due to reduced capacity across the industry, we are encouraging our customers to book early. ”
In detail, these are the new routes: from Turin to Agadir, Billund and Zara; from Brindisi to Stockholm; from Bari to Billund and Lisbon; from Rome Fiumicino to Stockholm, Cuneo, Kefalonia, Figari, Gran Canaria, Minorca, Preveza-Aktion, Tangier; from Comiso to Venice; from Cuneo to Rome Fiumicino; from Venice to Stockholm, Comiso, Crotone,
Gdansk, Helsinki, Katowice, Lisbon, Madrid, Minorca, Marseille, Nuremberg, Odessa, Cork, Santander, Toulouse,
Trapani, Vienna; from Verona to Porto, Palma; from Perugia to Barcelona, Bucharest, Vienna; from Catania to Brussels Charleroi and London Luton; from Cagliari to Palma; from Trapani to Billund, Venice and Warsaw Modlin; from Lamezia to Vienna; from Crotone to Venice; from Rimini to Vienna; from Milan Bergamo to Madeira and Newcastle; from Pisa to Zadar and Paphos.