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Ryanair announces 32nd base at Pescara
Ryanair has announced that from July 2009 it opens its 32nd base with one aircraft at Pescara and opens four new routes (seven in total) at this new base.
Ryanair’s four new routes from Pescara to Cagliari, Eindhoven, Milan (Bergamo) and Venice (Treviso) start flying from July and will increase Ryanair’s annual traffic at Pescara to over 400,000 passengers p.a. which will sustain 400 local jobs.
Ryanair celebrated their new Pescara base, four new routes and 400,000 passengers by releasing 1 million €5 seats for travel across its European network in May and early June. These low fares are now available for booking only until midnight Sunday on www.ryanair.com.
Ryanair’s Lesley Kane commented, “Ryanair is delighted to announce Pescara as our 32nd base (and 8th base in Italy.) Our 4 new routes from Pescara to Cagliari, Eindhoven, Milan and Venice go on sale today and start in July.
"With a total of 7 low fare routes from Pescara, passengers can beat the recession by choosing Ryanair’s guaranteed lowest fares and no fuel surcharges to exciting destinations all over Europe. Ryanair’s 400,000 passengers will sustain 400 jobs locally in Pescara in 2009 and will generate millions in tourism revenues to the Abruzzo region."
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