New routes from Palermo operating by Ryanair

Ryanair, the airline No. 1 in Italy, has launched today  its schedule for the winter 2017/18 from Palermo which includes 3 new routes to Budapest, Milan Malpensa and Wroclaw, and 3 new winter connections to Bucharest, Nuremberg and Madrid which will make travel 2.6 million customers per year and will support 2,000 jobs.

Giuseppe Mistretta, Fabio Giambrone and John Alborante

The 2017/18 winter program from Palermo Ryanair will offer:
3 new routes to Budapest (2 flights per week), Milan Malpensa (2 daily flights) and Wroclaw (2 weekly flights),  3 new winter connections: Bucharest (3 flights a week), Nuremberg (2 flights per week) and Madrid (2 flights per week), 19 routes in total, 152 weekly flights, 4 planes in the base,  2.6 million customers p.y. (+ 13%),  2,000 jobs “on site” p.y.

Ryanair will continue to connect Palermo with the main tourist and business destinations like Rome (5 daily flights) and Milan Bergamo (3 daily flights), and more and more low fares.

The Ryanair summer program 2017 from Palermo is recording a record of bookings with more frequencies to destinations perfect for summer family holidays, lower prices thanks to the lower cost of fuel and an improved experience for the customer resulting in the implementation of the program ” Always Getting Better “.


In Palermo, John Alborante Sales & Marketing Manager for Italy Ryanair, said:

“We are pleased to launch our program for winter 2017/18 from Palermo. The Palermo customers can expect even lower rates”.

“The airport is pointing decisively to the maintenance of the routes for the entire year – say Fabio Giambrone and Giuseppe Mistretta, president and CEO of Gesap, the management company of the airport of Palermo Falcone Borsellino – and Ryanair confirms this trend, as well the fact that the connections to and from Palermo are enjoying considerable success. A tangible sign of tourist interest for a cultural and historical city, which attracts more and more tourists from all over the world. “

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