5 New Based Aircraft, $500m Investment, 200 New Jobs; 9 New Routes (90 Total) & 5.5m Passengers
Ryanair, today (Tues 28th Sept) announced its largest ever Summer 2022 schedule from Vienna airport, operating 9 new routes (90 total) with 5 new based aircraft (19 in total) – connecting Vienna to 90 exciting destinations starting from October. This is a further investment of $500m by Ryanair in Vienna and will create 200 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers. As EU travel recovers from the Covid pandemic, Ryanair’s growth continues to lead air traffic, jobs and tourism recovery in Vienna.
Austrian citizens / visitors can now book a short Winter break or a well-deserved Summer getaway from Vienna – to exciting destinations such as Amman, Lamezia, Perugia, Pula, Rimini and Venice. To celebrate, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from just €19.99 for travel until end of Nov 2021, which must be booked by midnight Thursday, 30th September 2021.
In Vienna Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary, said:
“As other airlines in Vienna cut routes and flights, Ryanair is investing a further $500m to re-build Vienna’s traffic, tourism industry and create over 200 new jobs as we grow across Europe and recover air travel from the Covid pandemic. This Winter Ryanair takes delivery of 55 new B737-8200 ‘Gamechanger’ aircraft from Boeing and we are delighted to announce that 5 new aircraft will be based in Vienna operated by Ryanair Group Airlines, delivering 9 new routes (a total of 90 routes) and creating over 200 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew and engineers in Austria.
To celebrate these 5 new aircraft and 9 new routes from Vienna, we are launching a seat sale with fares from just €19.99 for travel until end of Nov 2021, which must be booked by midnight Thursday 30th September 2021.
Our Vienna customers can now book in a Winter getaway to Amman or enjoy a Summer city break to Lamezia, Perugia, Pula, Rimini, Venice and many more. Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com to avoid missing out.”