Today (26 April) has seen Ryanair, namely Italy’s leading airline, announce its 2021 summer schedule for Ancona, which includes up to 10 flights a week to three international destinations, namely: Brussels Charleroi, Düsseldorf Weeze and London Stansted, as part of the operations for Ancona’s 2021 summer schedule.
Since Europe will reopen in time for the summer holiday season, Ryanair has confirmed its focus on Ancona and expects its 2021 summer schedule to help boost regional air traffic and the recovery of the tourism sector while immunisation programmes are underway.
Ryanair’s 2021 summer schedule for Ancona will include:
Italian customers can now book their summer holidays at even lower fares, with the possibility of benefiting from the ‘Zero Flight Change Supplement’ offer, should their plans change. For the occasion, Ryanair has launched a special offer with fares starting at just €21.99 for trips until the end of October 2021. Flights must be booked on Ryanair.com by midnight on Wednesday 28 April.
Ryanair Commercial Director Jason Mc Guinness said:
“As immunisation programmes will continue to be implemented over the coming months, air traffic is set to grow this summer, and we are glad to announce our 2021 summer schedule for Ancona, which includes up to 10 flights a week to three international destinations.
Ryanair customers can now book their well-earned summer holiday with the added comfort of knowing that, should their plans change, they can reschedule their travel dates twice without paying the flight change supplement until the end of October 2021; instead, they will only pay the price difference between the original flight and the new flight, if any.
For the occasion, we have launched a special offer with fares starting at just £21.99 for trips until the end of October 2021. Flights must be booked by midnight on Wednesday 28 April. As these incredible offers will sell out quickly, we encourage customers to visit www.ryanair.com so as not to miss this opportunity”
Aerdorica Managing Director Carmine Bassetti said:
“We are very satisfied with the resumption of Ryanair flights at Ancona airport. After months of extreme difficulty for air transport, a glimmer of hope seems to be opening up for the recovery of tourism.
Ryanair’s three historic destinations for flights from Ancona are fundamental for both outgoing and incoming traffic, given that the Marche region is highly appealing to tourists from Great Britain, Germany and Belgium.
We hope to be able to develop an increasingly broad collaboration with the Irish airline, which could lead to the introduction of new destinations.”