Ryanair has announced that it will operate 17 additional services out of Bari from December 1, despite announcing last week that it plans to cut its capacity for the upcoming November to March period to 40% of the capacity of the same period a year earlier.
Ryanair also announced the winter closure of its bases in Cork, Shannon, and Toulouse as well as significant base aircraft cuts in Belgium, Germany, Spain, Portugal and Vienna along with its plans to cut its capacity for the upcoming November to March period.
Destinations Of Additional Services From Bari
The additional services from Bari will be four additional weekly services to Catania, three additional weekly services to Bologna, three additional weekly services to Milan Bergamo, three additional weekly services to Venice, one additional weekly service to Cuneo, one additional weekly service to Genoa, one additional weekly service to Trieste and one additional weekly service to Turin.
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Ryanair director of commercial Jason McGuinness stated, "As Italy's largest airline, we are delighted to continue to deliver growth to the region despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic."
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