Ryanair has announced new routes to Milan Bergamo and Rome ahead of Summer 2023. The low-fare carrier will operate new flights from Liverpool and East Midlands airports in England as well as Belfast, Dublin and Cork in Ireland.
From April, Ryanair will operate two new routes from East Midlands and Liverpool airports to Rome, each flying twice weekly. The airline will also launch new Irish routes from Cork and Dublin, flying to Rome twice and 12 times per week, respectively.
Additionally, passengers travelling to Milan Bergamo will be able to fly a new route from Belfast, in Northern Ireland, operating three times per week from April.
Dara Brady, Director of Marketing and Digital, Ryanair, celebrated the new routes: “We are delighted to be bringing even more choice and value to our customers with the addition of these new routes to our Summer ’23 schedule, offering our customers even more choice when planning their long-awaited summer holidays.”