Ryanair launch bases in Bari & Brindisi
This morning at Bari, Ryanair and Aeroporti di Puglia has announced the new bases opening with effect 2010. 9 new routes from Bari are available with 2 planes in overnight. Brindisi will have one plane permanently based.
Ryanair’s 9 new routes from Bari to Brussels (Charleroi),
Cagliari, Dusseldorf (Weeze), Genoa, Karlsruhe – Baden Baden, Paris
(Beauvais), Trapani, Treviso and Valencia, which begin from 14th January, will increase Ryanair’s traffic at Bari to 1.2m passengers p.a. and sustain 1,200 jobs at Bari Airport.
Ryanair’s four new routes from Brindisi to Barcelona (Girona), Eindhoven, Trapani and Treviso will begin from 4th February and increase Ryanair’s traffic at Brindisi to 650,000 passengers p.a. which will sustain 650 local jobs.
Michael Cawley, deputy CEO said “Ryanair is delighted to announce two new bases at Bari and
Brindisi which will deliver nine new routes to/from Bari in January and
four new routes to/from Brindisi in February in a total investment
Ryanair’s Bari base will deliver 1.2million passengers p.a.
and sustain 1,200 local jobs while our Brindisi base will deliver
650,000 passengers p.a. and sustain 650 local jobs.
To celebrate our 35th and 36th bases at
Bari and Brindisi and our 13 new routes, which go on sale from
tomorrow, we are launching 1 million €1 seats for travel in October and
November on over 500 Ryanair routes throughout Europe.”