Ryanair announces air traffic at pre-covid levels for 2022 and strengthens its fleet on Rome

Ryanair announces air traffic at pre-covid levels for 2022 and strengthens its fleet on Rome
Ryanair announces air traffic at pre-covid levels for 2022 and strengthens its fleet on Rome

Positive news from the airline industry. The traffic forecasts announced by Ryanair estimate for 2022 a return to the levels reached before the pandemic. “We are happy and confident, as we expect from July, August to recover about 70-80% of what was operated in the pre-covid period, and to return completely to the pre-covid level of traffic next year” said Sales Director Jason MacGuinness. The announcement was made by the airline manager during a press conference in which he also specified that “the recovery for Ryanair will be very fast”.

Ryanair strengthens its fleet in Rome

Three new aircraft, six new routes and over 65 weekly flights from Fiumicino to national and international destinations starting in August. This is Ryanair’s investment to strengthen its presence in Rome: 300 million dollars and the creation of 90 direct new jobs. Thus “the total investments made by Ryanair in Italy increase to 8 billion for 80 aircraft”, said Mc Guinness, defining it “the No. 1 airline in Italy”. “We are pleased to confirm our commitment to Rome and the region, with 78 routes in total from both airports – Fiumicino and Ciampino – including 11 new routes to a number of summer hotspots”, and over 470 departing flights per week, he added the commercial director announcing, in particular on Rome Fiumicino, the “doubling” of the presence at the airport in terms of aircraft, with the creation of “up to 180 direct jobs and over 2,200 on-site jobs, 21 routes in total ( four national / 17 international) “. For the manager it is “the largest ever presence in Rome Fiumicino”.

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