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Ryanair: New Milan Malpensa Base (No. 73)

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Ryanair, Italy’s No.1 airline,announced it will open a new base at Milan Malpensa (No. 73), its 15th in Italy, from 1st December 2015, initially with 1 based aircraft (an investment of $100m) and 4 routes to London Stansted, Comiso, Bucharest and Seville, which will deliver 450,000 customers p.a. and support 450* “on-site” jobs at Milan Malpensa Airport.

From 1st December, Ryanair’s new Milan Malpensa base will deliver:

1 based aircraft ($100m investment) 4 routes to Bucharest, Comiso, London Stansted & Seville 28 weekly flights 450,000 customers p.a.


In Milan, Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer, David O’Brien said:

“Ryanair is pleased to announce a new Milan Malpensa base, opening in December, our 15th base in Italy, initially with one based aircraft and 4 routes to London Stansted, Comiso, Bucharest and Seville, which will deliver 450,000 customers p.a. and support 450 jobs at Milan Malpensa Airport.

As Italy’s No 1 airline, we are pleased to add another key primary airport to what is already Europe’s largest route network, as we continue to connect Italy with Europe’s major centres of business. We will continue to operate and grow at Milan Bergamo Airport and as demonstrated by the success of our dual airport strategies in Brussels, Glasgow and Rome, Ryanair will remain the ideal choice for both business and leisure customers.

To celebrate our new Milan Malpensa base we are releasing seats for sale at prices starting from just € 9.99 for travel in December and January, which must be booked by Thursday (3 Sept). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

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