An operational plan with a total of 75 routes, 11 of which are new, to allow Puglia to connect with Europe and the Middle East: this is illustrated by the Irish airline Ryanair which has developed a program dedicated to the airports of Bari and Brindisi. Specifically, 50 routes are planned from Palais Airport, five of which are new: Billund (Denmark), Comiso (Sicily), Edinburgh (Scotland), Porto (Portugal) and Tel Aviv (Israel). Huh. Three aircraft will be based at Bari Airport, connecting both to Brindisi, from where flights will depart to 25 destinations (with news Bordeaux, Genoa, Perugia, Stockholm and Zagreb).
“The strong communication of intentions between Aeroporti di Puglia and Ryanair continues to produce excellent results for our region – Antonio Vasil, Vice President of Aeroporti di Puglia in a note – and for the economic sectors, explains that in the air connection, fast, direct and Economics is a fundamental ally. The Irish career’s strong interest in Puglia and tourism, the driving sector of our economy, translates into an operation that now covers all the most important markets. A result that is tourism, culture and the Apulian Comes from an ambitious mobility development project in the service of businesses.
The expansion of the network, both nationally and internationally, strengthens the action to recover traffic, which is already proven at pandemic levels, and constitutes an exceptional opportunity for the development of a sector, which has been recognized as an international level recognized as a brand of excellence and who has shown an exceptional ability to deal with the pandemic crisis” concludes Vasil.
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