More Low-Cost Air Service to Puglia in 2010

The Irish low-fare airline Ryanair has announced plans to open two new international bases in Bari and Brindisi, effective in January 2010, according to the Irish website Independent.ie and Aeroporti di Puglia, which operates the region’s four airports.
The carrier plans to base two aircraft at L’Aeroporto Internazionale-Karol Wojtyla di Bari in Palese and offer service on nine new routes out of that facility. It also plans to base an additional aircraft at Aeroporto del Salento in Brindisi and open four new routes from there.
Puglia’s other airports are Aeroporto di Grottaglie in Taranto and Aeroporto Civile Gino Lisa in Foggia.

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