Ryanair launches new routes to Bologna and Thessaloniki
Ryanair’s Bratislava winter 2017 schedule will deliver:
- 2 new routes to Bologna (2 wkly) & Thessaloniki (2 wkly)
- Extra flights to London (2 x daily)
- 17 routes in total
- 57 weekly flights
- Over 1m customers p.a.
- 800* “on-site” jobs p.a.
Ryanair will continue to connect Bratislava with major business and leisure centres on high frequency, low fare services including more flights to Dublin (daily) and London (2 x daily), with better timings and lower fares, making Ryanair the ideal choice for Slovakian business and leisure customers.
Ryanair’s Bratislava summer 2017 schedule is attracting record bookings, with more frequencies to sun destinations for summer family holidays, lower fares as Ryanair passes on lower fuel costs, and an even better customer experience, as it continues to roll out its “Always Getting Better” improvements.
In Bratislava, Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said:
“We are pleased to launch our 2017 Bratislava winter schedule, which includes 2 new routes to Bologna and Thessaloniki, which will deliver over 1m customers p.a. and support 800* jobs at Bratislava Airport. These new routes will go on sale in February as we continue to grow our Bratislava traffic, tourism and jobs, underlining our commitment to the region.
We are also pleased to report record bookings on our Bratislava summer 2017 schedule and Slovakian customers can look forward to even lower fares so there’s never been a better time to book a low fare flight on Ryanair. We urge all customers who wish to book their holidays to do so now on the Ryanair.com website or mobile app, where they can avail of the lowest fare air travel to and from Bratislava.
To celebrate the launch of our Bratislava winter 2017 schedule we are releasing seats for sale across our European network from just €9.99, which are available for booking until midnight Thursday (16 Feb). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
*ACI research confirms up to 750 ‘on-site’ jobs are sustained at international airports for every 1m passengers