(ANSA) – PERUGIA, 04 JUL – The new Ryanair flights that will connect Perugia and Vienna until 28 October have taken off from the international airport of Umbria. Operated with Boeing 737s, they are scheduled every Monday and Friday.
With the inauguration of this new route to and from the capital of Austria, the “San Francesco d’Assisi” airport – as stated in a statement – has 15 destinations and over 80 scheduled flights per week.
Pending the statistics relating to June, the first two months of the IATA “Summer 2022” season, April and May – the official reads again in the note -, recorded new traffic records as regards the statistics month on month, thanks the six new routes that have been inaugurated (Barcelona, Bucharest and Brindisi with Ryanair, Lamezia Terme and Trapani with Albastar and London Heathrow with British Airways) and the “excellent performance” of register filling on all flights.
July, in addition to the departure of the new arrivals to Vienna, will also see the inauguration of the new route to and from Tirana.
“We are extremely satisfied with the flight performance at the Perugia airport” underlined Umberto Solimeno, general manager of Sase, the airport management company. “In 2022 – he added – traffic, in terms of aircraft and passenger movements, saw a surge that was completely unimaginable until a few months ago. During the year, 8 new routes were planned, for a total of 16 all destinations connected to the airport: this is a source of great satisfaction for the area and is certainly the signal that we are working in the right direction. Of central Italy of extraordinary beauty and great tourist attraction. “. (HANDLE).
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