Ryanair is about to resume flights from our country, as well as to Italy: the company’s plan to restore the routes.
Ryanair she had to surrender to a situation that brought her to her knees mobility air and not only, caused by the pandemic COVID-19. However, the company Irish recently announced that it will resume flying Italy and he did it through an advertising campaign on his site.
In particular, it will be possible to return to use the sections provided by the agreements between the company and the Italian airports starting from June 21, 2020. Initially, the choice of flights will be rather limited, but should increase from July 1st, even if to a lesser extent than in the phase prior to lockdown.
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Ryanair, connections restored from June 21st
He had made no small discussion of the story according to which many users had purchased flights to some Italian destinations, only to have the trip canceled without getting a refund. Waiting to see if these passengers will ever review their money, Ryanair he announced that he will resume connections, both nationally and internationally, with Italy.
In more detail, i will be restored flights of the company for the airports of Bari, Brindisi, Bergamo, Bologna, Cagliari, Catania, Cuneo, Parma, Pisa, Rome Ciampino, Treviso, Trieste and Verona. While, the traded abroad include Baden-Baden, Wroclaw, Brussels, Krakow, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, London Stansted, Madrid, Malta, Manchester, Paris, Porto, Seville, Valencia and Warsaw.
The routes between Italy and the Spanish islands – Balearic and Canary Islands – have also been restored, but it will still be necessary to check their availability on the Ryanair website on a case-by-case basis. It should also be remembered that most flights will resume from 1 July, to gradually increase, even if no further details have yet been disclosed.
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