Ryanair announced last 1st December that it would start flying to Naples, for first time, in 2017. The airport will immediately become a base, with three B737-800s. A total of 17 routes will be launched between the end of March and early May.
easyJet made Naplesabase back in S14 and this summer served 32 destinations from the airport, but Ryanair appears not to be looking for direct confrontation with its pan-European rival as none of its 17 new routes compete directly.
The new destinations are the following:
– Milan Bergamo (BGY) – 3 daily
– Venice Treviso (TSF) – 2 daily
– Copenhagen (CPH), East Midlands (EMA), Lisbon (LIS) and Manchester (MAN) – 3 weekly
– Bremen (BRE), Eindhoven (EIN), Frankfurt Hahn (HHN), Gdansk (GDN), Kaunas (KUN), Madrid (MAD), Seville (SVQ), Stockholm Skavsta (NYO), Toulouse (TLS), Warsaw Modlin (WMI) and Valencia (VLC) – 2 weekly