Ryanair has announced a +25% increase in domestic flights from Bari airport this Winter, with 17 additional flights every week from 1 December 2020. These additional flights are in response to record demand from Italian consumers, which in turn allows Ryanair to support the local economy and tourism and make it easier for Italian people to visit their friends and relatives.
Bari consumers and visitors can now book a getaway as far out as October 2021, flying on the lowest fares to domestic and international destinations including Milan Bergamo, Catania, Budapest, Krakow and Paris Beauvais among many others.
To celebrate, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares available from just €4.99, for travel until the end of December, which must be booked by midnight Saturday (24 Oct) only on the Ryanair.com website.
Ryanair’s Bari Winter ’20 schedule will deliver 13 weekly flights to Bologna, 8 to Catania, 3 to Cuneo, 4 to Genoa, 20 to Milan Bergamo, 4 to Trieste, 10 to Turin, 10 to Venice.
Wizz Air announced today its 38 base in Bari. The airline will base one Airbus A321 aircraft at Bari airport in December 2020. Along with the establishment of the new base and complementing the already operated 16 routes, Wizz Air announced 3 new routes from Bari to Bologna, Turin, Verona, 3 new routes from Milan Malpensa to Naples, Brindisi, Lamezia Terme and one new route connecting Catania with Verona, starting from December 2020. The Bari – Milan Malpensa route’s frequency will be raised from seven to eleven flights per week.
To celebrate Wizz Air’s expansion in Italy, the airline is offering today a deal on 10 000 tickets at EUR 1.
The further development of Wizz Air’s offering from Bari, Milan Malpensa and Catania, as well as the establishment of its 3 Italian base in Bari, underpins the airline’s long term commitment to bring ever more affordable and greener travel opportunities to its Italian travellers.