Cheap flights carrier Ryanair will launch 13 new flights from Trapani in Sicily following the announcement it is to base two new aircraft at the airport.
From March next year, the airline will launch new flights to Billund, Bratislava, Cagliari, Eindhoven, Genoa, Gothenburg, Ibiza and Karlsruhe, while routes to Krakow, Maastricht, Memmingen, Trieste and Valencia will also be introduced.
In addition, Ryanair will increase frequencies on its flights to Brussels Charleroi, Frankfurt Hahn and Dusseldorf Weeze, while routes from Trapani to Bari, Brindisi and Madrid will remain in operation during the winter months.
Ida Buonanno, the carrier’s sales and marketing executive, said the new and increased routes will result in approximately two million passengers passing through the Sicilian city each year.
"Ryanair is delighted to announce two new aircraft and 13 new routes to/from Trapani from March which will allow Ryanair to deliver more low fares, competition and choice to even more Italian consumers/visitors," she commented.
Earlier this week, Ryanair announced its intention to open its 37th base at Oslo Rygge in Norway from March next year.