Ryanair W16 Milan / Rome Operation Changes

Ryanair last week announced planned service expansion for Milan and Rome Airports for winter 2016/17 season, effective 30OCT16. Planned service expansion as follow.

NEW routes:
Milan Bergamo – Gdansk 3 weekly
Milan Bergamo – Hamburg 1 daily
Milan Bergamo – Nuremberg 1 daily
Milan Bergamo – Prague 1 daily
Milan Bergamo – Timisoara 5 weekly
Milan Malpensa – Brussels Zaventem 2 daily
Milan Malpensa – Catania 4 daily
Milan Malpensa – Las Palmas/Gran Canaria 1 weekly
Milan Malpensa – Sofia 1 daily
Rome Ciampino – Nuremberg 1 daily
Rome Ciampino – Prague 1 daily
Rome Ciampino – Sofia 1 daily
Rome Fiumcino – Lanzarote 1 weekly

Following routes will be converted from summer-only to year-round:
Milan Bergamo – Bristol 3 weekly
Milan Bergamo – Santiago de Compostela 2 weekly
Rome Ciampino – East Midlands 3 weekly
Rome Fiumcino – Alicante 3 weekly
Rome Fiumcino – Malaga 5 weekly
Rome Fiumcino – Trapani 9 weekly

Planned service increase, compared to winter 2015:
Milan Bergamo – Lanzarote Increase from 2 to 3 weekly
Milan Bergamo – Madrid Increase from 2 to 3 daily
Milan Bergamo – Manchester Increase from 7 to 9 weekly
Milan Bergamo – Malaga Increase from 2 to 3 weekly
Milan Bergamo – Vilnius Increase from 4 to 5 weekly
Milan Bergamo – Warsaw Modlin Increase from 6 to 7 weekly
Milan Malpensa – Bucharest Increase from 4 to 7 weekly
Rome Ciampino – Athens Increase from 2 to 3 daily
Rome Ciampino – Berlin Schoenefeld Increase from 2 to 3 daily
Rome Ciampino – Budapest Increase from 7 to 9 weekly
Rome Ciampino – Edinburgh Increase from 3 to 5 weekly
Rome Ciampino – Manchester Increase from 7 to 9 weekly
Rome Fiumcino – Bari Increase from 2 to 3 daily
Rome Fiumcino – Brussels Zaventem Increase from 2 to 3 daily


ASM PurpleASM is hosting a special training event in December to mark its 25th anniversary in route development. The two-day event will play host to an impressive line-up of senior airline, airport and Industry speakers around the theme of 'If route development was perfect, what would it look like?'. 

Speakers include:

  • Gabriel Schmilovich Isgut, director network strategy, Vueling
  • Leon Verhallen, head of aviation development, Brussels Airport 
  • Laurie Berryman, former meneral manager UK and Ireland, Emirates.

Delegates will have the opportunity to network, socialise and discuss their opportunities with the respective speakers throughout the event.

Places are limited so please click on the following link to find out more details and book your place on what promises to be a fantastic conversation.

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