RYANAIR has announced the base at Marco Polo Airport, Venice: 3 Boeing 737 planes and 18 new routes!
RYANAIR has announced a new base in Italy, which will open at Marco Polo Airport, Venice. Three Boeing 737-8 aircraft will be allocated “Gamechanger”, which means an investment of 300 million dollars.
Thus, RYANAIR operations at Marco Polo Airport will be expanded with 18 new routes (16 international routes and 8 domestic routes), which will mean a total of 24 routes. 160 weekly flights will be operated.
The new Ryanair base in Venice represents the company's commitment to the Veneto region, where a base with two aircraft and a total of 48 routes has been opened in Treviso. At the same time, it operates flights from Verona airport where 2 new routes to Porto and Palma de Mallorca have been announced starting with the 2022 summer season.
Thus, RYANAIR has strengthened its presence in the Veneto region and supports the recovery of the tourism sector with 86 routes scheduled for the summer of 2022, from Venice Marco Polo, Treviso and Verona airports.
Returning to the new Marco Polo Venice routes, RYANAIR will fly to fantastic destinations such as Odessa, Madrid, Vienna, Barcelona, Gdansk, Helsinki, Lisbon and Stockholm.