Ribbon cutting for the new Ryanair base at Trieste airport

The new Ryanair base at Trieste Airport has been inaugurated.

Ryanair celebrates the official opening of its new “Gamechanger” base in Trieste – creating up to 600 jobs (including pilots, cabin crew and engineers) and with 100 million dollars in new aircraft investments. Ryanair’s Gamechanger 8-200 aircraft are more environmentally efficient, reducing emissions of CO2 by 16% and noise by 40%, carrying 4% more passengers. Ryanair’s 19th Italian base will see the airline operate its largest ever operation to/from Trieste this summer, offering citizens/visitors unbeatable low prices on 18 routes, including 7 new routes to Berlin, Brindisi, Budapest, Krakow , OlbiaParis and Seville.

The Ryanair operation for the S24 in Trieste will offer: 18 routes (10 international and 8 national), 7 new routes after the abolition of municipal tax (Berlin, Brindisi, Budapest, Krakow, Olbia, Paris and Seville) 1 new “Gamechanger” B737 8-200. To celebrate the new Trieste base and the new 7 routes for Summer ’24, Ryanair has launched a promotion for 3 days with rates starting from €21.99 on sale on the company’s website.

The statements.


“As the number 1 airline in Europe and Italy, Ryanair is pleased to announce the official opening of its new base in Trieste – commented Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson –. Ryanair responded promptly to theinitiative of the FVG region to abolish the unjustified municipal tax/tourism by assigning 1 new “Gamechanger” 8-200 aircraft (investment of 100 million dollars). Ryanair’s growth in capacity and 7 new routes (18 total) to Berlin, Brindisi, Budapest, Krakow, Olbia, Paris and Seville from Trieste this summer – will enhance the economic growth of the Region with the creation of 600 local jobs”.

“Citizens and visitors to Trieste can now book their low fare flights for Summer ’24 on over 18 routes from just €21.99 on ryanair.com. We look forward to welcoming millions more passengers on board Ryanair flights to/from Trieste in Summer 24”.

Fedriga: “Fvg will be even more accessible to everyone”.

“Trieste Airport is a strategic asset for the development of Friuli Venezia Giulia from an economic and tourist point of view – commented the president of the Fedriga Region. The partnership with Ryanair is fundamental to continue on this path. The Ronchi airport, thanks to the new connections, will bring greater opportunities to the citizens and businesses of our region. New job, professional and knowledge opportunities. With this historic agreement will make Friuli Venezia Giulia – a territory rich in cultural, naturalistic and food and wine excellences in the heart of Europe – even more accessible to everyone”.

“The summer season started very well”

“The summer flight season, which began on March 31, 2024, is started very well and is already recording a positive trend also with regards to new destinations inaugurated thanks to the opening of the Ryanair base: Berlin, Brindisi, Krakow, Paris, Seville, Olbia. Even the destination Budapest, departing from 02 June, has excellent booking levels”, explains the CEO of Trieste Airport Marco Consalvo.

“Thanks to this operation with Ryanair, we offer new travel opportunities for residents and strengthens the incoming tourism thanks to connections on new strategic tourist markets for Friuli Venezia Giulia such as the German, Polish, French and Spanish ones”, concludes Consalvo.

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