For the first time, Puglia will be directly connected with Portugal. Ryanair today announced five new routes for winter 2021 from Bari and Brindisi airports, starting in the last week of October, including a Bari-Porto connection. The other four new routes will be Bari-Comiso, thus doubling the connections with Sicily, Bari-Tel Aviv, the return of Brindisi-Barcelona and Brindisi-Genoa which becomes annual.
These are added to the 16 new summer routes already operational that connect Bari with Alghero, Alicante, Chania, Munster, Ibiza, Santorini, Kos, Marseille, Paphos, Sofia, Warsaw, Zadar and Zante, Brindisi with Madrid, Malta and Rhodes. Overall, the airline has 67 summer and 54 winter routes from Puglia to over 20 countries, with over 300 departing flights per week. “As Italy’s largest airline, we are delighted to deliver recovery and growth to Puglia as Italy emerges from the Covid pandemic,” said Ryanair Commercial Director Jason McGuinness.
“Ryanair is a key partner for Puglia that has allowed the Apulians to reach all of Europe and Europe to come to Puglia, demonstrating its reliability for performance and speed in the recovery from the pandemic” said the general manager of Aeroporti di Puglia. Marco Catamerò. To celebrate the new operations from Bari and Brindisi, Ryanair has also launched an offer with fares starting from 19.99
euros for travel until the end of March 2022. Flights must be booked by midnight on Friday 30 July.