Ryanair, Italy’s largest airline, today (22 Oct) announced a +25% increase in domestic flights from Bari airport this Winter, with 17 additional flights every week from 1 December 2020. These additional flights are in response to record demand from Italian consumers, which in turn allows Ryanair to support the local economy and tourism and make it easier for Italian people to visit their friends and relatives.
Ryanair’s Bari Winter ’20 schedule will deliver:
- Over 200 weekly flights across 23 routes.
- 17 new weekly flights:
|Milan Bergamo||17 (+3)|
- Over 1,700 direct and indirect jobs in the region.
Bari consumers and visitors can now book a getaway as far out as October 2021*, flying on the lowest fares to domestic and international destinations including Milan Bergamo, Catania, Budapest, Krakow and Paris Beauvais among many others.
To celebrate, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares available from just €4.99, for travel until the end of December, which must be booked by midnight Saturday (24 Oct) only on the Ryanair.com website.
Ryanair’s Director of Commercial Jason McGuinness said:
“As Italy’s largest airline, we are delighted to continue to deliver growth to the regions despite the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. Italy has shown incredible resilience throughout this crisis and Ryanair’s growth is a response to extraordinary Italian consumer demand plus Bari airport’s continued work to deliver efficient operations and competitive airport charges.
During the Covid-19 crisis, national connectivity is more important than ever. We are pleased to announce 17 additional weekly flights to our domestic schedule in Bari, with even more flights to destinations such as Bergamo, Bologna and Catania from 1 December 2020.
To celebrate, we are launching a seat sale with fares available from just €4.99 for travel until the end of December, which must be booked by midnight Saturday (24 Oct). Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”