Cork Airport Celebrates new Ryanair Support to Italian Cash
Monday, Oct 24, 2022.
All Roadways Direct To Rome As Cork Airport Celebrates Graduation Of New Ryanair Services To The Italian Money
- Ryanair’s new twice-weekly service to Rome (Fiumicino) will acquire off on Monday, October 31
- Twice-weekly services to Milan (Bergamo) and Venice (Marco Polo) bolster the sturdy connectivity between Cork Airport and Italy this winter season
- New and extended services are a welcome improve to inbound tourism in the Munster area and throughout the South of Ireland
Cork Airport — October 24, 2022 — “All roads direct to Rome” this winter as Cork Airport celebrated the imminent commencement of a new twice-weekly Ryanair service to the Italian capital. At a exclusive “Taste of Italy” event in Ristorante Rossini on Princes Street, Cork Town, assembled friends (which involved regional political representatives, associates from regional tourism/business organisations and users of the Italian community) celebrated the enhanced connectivity with Italy that sorts part of Cork Airport’s greatest ever winter agenda.
The new Ryanair company to Rome (Fiumicino) will begin up coming Monday, Oct 31, with the inaugural flight departing Cork Airport at 06.15am. The service will run Friday and Monday, presenting Munster passengers a excellent opportunity for possibly a small 5-day split or a weekend getaway.
In addition to the new service to Rome, Ryanair will operate 2 times-weekly services to Milan (Bergamo) Airport and Venice (Marco Polo) Airport. Formerly seasonal routes, services to both Milan and Venice will now run yr-round. The provider to Milan will work Tuesday and Saturday, though the service to Venice will function on Wednesday and Saturday.
With products and services to 3 of the biggest Italian cities on present this winter, travellers from across Munster and the South of Eire have a amazing preference of places for an Italian metropolis crack. Cork Airport’s Winter season Program will commence future weekend (October Bank Holiday getaway) and will function till the finish of March 2023. More than the class of the winter time, about 1.1 million seats are out there throughout 27 routes, served by 5 airways.
Talking to mark the “Taste of Italy” lunch, celebrating the enhanced connectivity with Italy, Performing Controlling Director at Cork Airport, Roy O’Driscoll said:
“Amongst the 27 routes out there from Cork Airport this wintertime, the jewel in the crown of our schedule is without doubt our new route to Rome, complemented by the continuation of providers to Milan and Venice. The improved connectivity to some of Italy’s biggest cities, just about every important centres of commerce and tourism, will give Munster passengers even more fantastic possibilities for a wintertime getaway.”
Head of Go to Cork, Seamus Heaney welcomed the enhanced connectivity and the rewards it will carry for tourism in Cork, Munster, and the South of Ireland:
“As an island, Eire wants superior air connectivity for the movement of both equally persons and trade. The connectivity involving Cork – Milan, Rome and Venice is a positive move for the location as it opens up fantastic opportunities for Italian readers to take a look at Cork and the South of Ireland.”