Ryanair to launch six new routes from September 14/15
To operate flights from its base in Pisa to Doncaster, Friedrichshafen, Karlsruhe Baden, Sandefjord, Trapani and Valencia.
BY A CORRESPONDENT
April 4, 2006
Come September 14-15, and Ryanair will launch six new routes from its base in Pisa to Doncaster, Friedrichshafen, Karlsruhe Baden, Sandefjord, Trapani and Valencia.
The airline said with the route expansion, business and tourism will get a boost in the region.
Ryanair sales manager Bridget Dowling said with that, it will deliver 1.4 million passengers p.a. through Pisa, which in turn will support1,400 jobs in Tuscany.
While Ryanairs daily flights will operate to both Valencia and Trapani from the 14th September, flights to Doncaster and Karlsruhe Baden will start only the next day (15th September).
In these routes, Ryanair will operate 4 days weekly.
In the Oslo-Friedrichshafen routes, Ryanair will start services on 14th September.
It will operate flights three days a week.Ryanair sees it getting additional 200,000 passengers per annum through the new routes. Ryanair said with the introduction of new routes the number of routes operated by it from its Pisa base will jump to 17.
Bridget Dowling said since 1998, Ryanair has carried 4 million passengers to and from Pisa and claimed that it has allowed passengers savings of 400 million euros, as rival Alitalia charges high fares.
Ryanair also hopes that demand will be strong in these routes and urged travelers to book it through its website