Press Release 1st April 2015
Ryanair launches the winter Program 2015 in Verona
with the routes to Bruxelles and Palermo
and inaugurates the first flights from Catullo.
Ryanair, the number one airline in Italy, has announced today (1st April) his winter schedule 2015 from Verona Airport with two routes to Bruxelles (Zaventem) and to Palermo, the first one with a three-weekly frequency, the other one with a daily frequency, which will transport more than 175,000 passengers a year from/to Verona and Garda Lake area. Tickets for winter schedule 2015 from Verona will be on sale starting from tomorrow on www.ryanair.com.
Ryanair has also inaugurated the first flights from Catullo Airport- since it has announced its return to Verona - with a warm welcome to all its first new passengers from/to Bruxelles and Palermo.
To celebrate the first Ryanair flights from/to a and the launch of the winter schedule 2015, Ryanair has released 100,000 seats on sale on all its European network starting from €19,99 for travelling in April and May. These low priced seats are available for booking within midnight Thursday 2nd April.
In Verona, John Alborante, Sales & Marketing Manager Ryanair for Italy, has stated:
“We are really pleased to be in Verona today to inaugurate the first and so much expected Ryanair flights from Catullo Airport and to confirm our commitment in Verona also for the winter season 2015/2016, with two new routes to Bruxelles and Palermo, the first one with a three-weekly frequency, the other one with a daily frequency, which will transport more than 175,000 passengers a year from/to Verona and Garda Lake area.
To celebrate the launch of our winter schedule 2015 from Verona, we are selling 100,000 seats starting from €19,99 for travelling in April and May, available for booking by midnight Thursday 2nd April. Due to the extremely low prices of these seats, they will be sold quickly, we then recommend our customers to enter immediately on the Ryanair web site www.ryanair.com for not missing them.”
Paolo Arena, President of Catullo Spa, Management trust of Verona and Brescia airports has added:
“The summer season has started from Verona, including at present the addiction of 12 new destinations to the current connections, among which there are the Ryanair connections to Bruxelles and Palermo, which will begin operating from today, with great filling factors. Increasing the network, which we believe will continue also over the winter season, is the starting point of the new development concerning Verona and Brescia airports.“
Ryanair is the favourite Europe's airline, with more than 1,600 daily flights from 73 bases, which connect 190 destinations in 30 Countries, and operates with a fleet of more than 300 new Boings 737-800. Ryanair has recently announced orders for 280 new Boings 737, besides an option for 100 more Boeing 737s MAX 200, which will allow the company to decrease prices and increase the flow of passengers from 90 million of this year to more than 160 millions in 2024. At present, Ryanair counts on a staff of more than 95,000 highly qualified professional airmen and boasts a record of 30 years regarding Safety.
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In Italy Ryanair operates with over 70 domestic routes from the following 25 airports: Alghero, Ancona, Bari, Bologna, Brindisi, Cagliari, Catania, Comiso, Crotone Cuneo, Genoa, Lamezia, Milan-Orio al Serio, Palermo, Parma, Perugia, Pescara, Pisa, Rome-Ciampino, Rome-Fiumicino, Turin, Trapani, Treviso, Trieste, Verona.
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