Ryanair to Launch New Routes to Italy

Forecasting a total of 39 million passengers by 2019, Ryanair has launched 37 new routes to Italy, offering more choice to holidaymakers.

When it comes to travel to Italy, Ryanair is aruguably the number one airline and, in forecasting an increase in growth of 5% by 2019, the airline has announced that they are to launch an additional 37 routes to Italy in time for winter 2018.

With these new routes, Ryanair will serve a staggering 29 Italian airports, offering plenty of choice to holidaymakers enjoying an Italy multi-centre holiday.


Ryanair’s Program of Growth in Italy

At an event in Rome, Ryanair’s CEO Michael O’Leary, announced that, as of winter 2018/2019, Ryanair will offer:

  • 37 new routes to/in Italy
  • New routes connecting Crotone and Milan Bergamo, as well as Crotone and Pisa
  • New routes connecting Sicily with Athens in Greece (flights from Catania and Palermo)
  • More flights on 18 other existing routes to/in Italy

With this, Ryanair hopes to attract a total of 39 million customers (equating to growth of 5%) and will also create 30,000 new jobs.

As a part of this program of growth and their “Always Getting Better” philosophy, Ryanair are promising passengers:

  • A reduced rate for hold baggage (€25 for a 20 kg bag)
  • Connecting flights to Rome, Milan and Porto (great news for those on an Italy multi-centre holiday)
  • Punctuality, aiming to land 90% of flights on time

With new routes becoming available and more flights to choose from on existing routes, this is great news for holidaymakers thinking about an Italy holiday.

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