Ryanair has announced the addition of three based Boeing 737-800 aircraft, six new routes, and over 65 flights every week from Rome Fiumicino to a host of domestic and international destinations.

Ryanair remains committed to delivering connectivity to Rome and expects its Summer ’21 schedule, including 78 routes from both Rome airports in total and over 470 departing flights per week,.

Ryanair’s Rome Summer ‘21 schedule will deliver (Fiumicino and Ciampino):

  • Up to 14 based aircraft, including three additional based aircraft in Fiumicino from August
  • 78 routes in total (six domestic / 72 international)*
  • 11 new routes
  • Over 470 departing flights per week across both airports
  • Connections to holiday destinations such as Malta & Rhodes, city breaks to Madrid & Porto, as well as domestic connections to Cagliari & Trapani.

Ryanair’s Rome Fiumicino Extended Summer ‘21 schedule will deliver:

  • Up to six based aircraft, including three additional based aircraft from August – a $300m investment
  • Up to 180 direct jobs and over 2,200 indirect jobs
  • 21 routes in total (four domestic / 17 international) *
  • Six new routes, all commencing in August:
RouteDeparting Flights Per WeekRouteDeparting Flights Per Week
Chania3Santorini4
Fuerteventura3Tenerife South3
Liverpool4Zakynthos4
  • Extra flights on eight routes:
RouteDeparting Flights Per WeekRouteDeparting Flights Per Week
Barcelona14 (+5)Catania49 (+7)
Bari18 (+4)Kyiv7 (+2)
Brindisi14 (+7)Palermo35 (+7)
Brussels14 (+11)Vienna7 (+4)

Connections to holiday destinations such as Malaga & Malta, city breaks to Seville & Vienna, as well as domestic connections to Brindisi & Palermo.

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