There are three national destinations, Catania, Bari and Cagliari, and two international destinations – London Stansted and Valencia
Among the routes active in this summer 2020 also London-Stansted (available from today with two frequencies per week, increased to 3 in August), while on July 3 flights to Valencia will be restored, with a frequency per week in July and 2 to August. Finally, the connection with Bari will be reactivated starting from August 1st with two flights per week.
“Ryanair is pleased to start connecting Trieste with the rest of Europe, allowing all travelers to spend a pleasant holiday discovering Trieste, the Central European city par excellence, where you can breathe the intertwining of many cultures, capable of with its historical cafés, art, the heterogeneous architecture and the enchanting sea are fascinating – reads the note – the recovery of connections, as well as supporting the economy and regional tourism on which thousands of jobs depend, it will also offer the opportunity to encourage the flow of business and leisure passengers from Trieste airport to other Italian regions, and to the most important and popular European destinations “.
The operation to and from Trieste airport therefore includes a total of 5 routes, including 3 domestic ones – Catania, Bari and Cagliari – and 2 international ones – London Stansted and Valencia.
“We are particularly pleased to be able to introduce the new destination Cagliari, which will continue during the winter season, in this phase of passenger air traffic restarting: we believe that the launch of this route, in addition to the summer flows to Sardinia, can also stimulate arrivals and tourist presences in Friuli Venezia Giulia; said Marco Consalvo, CEO of Trieste Airport – between July and August Ryanair restored almost all the connections of the Network to / from Trieste Airport, making an important contribution to the restarting of air traffic and providing a prompt response to our passengers’ desire to travel. “