Ryanair builds up Sicilian base with more 737s

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Irish budget carrier Ryanair is to station another two Boeing 737-800s at its Sicilian base, Trapani, and open 13 new routes.

It will open services in March 2010 to Maastricht, Cagliari and Eindhoven.

These will be complemented in May with services to Billund, Bratislava, Genoa, Gothenburg, Ibiza, Baden-Baden, Krakow, Allgau, Trieste and Valencia.

The additional aircraft at Trapani will bring to four the number of Ryanair jets based there.

Ryanair's expansion will take the Trapani network to 34 routes. It is to increase frequencies on services to Brussels Charleroi, Frankfurt Hahn, and Weeze outside Dusseldorf.