Pas­sen­gers can en­joy the dolce vita af­ter Ryanair launches Naples ser­vice

Fingal Independent - - NEWS -

HOL­I­DAY­MAK­ERS can en­joy the dolce vita a lit­tle eas­ier now that Ryanair’s has launched a new twice weekly year-round ser­vice to Naples from Dublin.

Naples is the first of three new routes be­ing launched by Ryanair this win­ter, the air­line will also launch a new year­round dou­ble daily ser­vice to Mu­nich and a daily ser­vice to Stuttgart in the com­ing weeks.

‘We are de­lighted to see Ryanair ex­pand its ser­vices fur­ther from Dublin Air­port pro­vid­ing greater choice and flex­i­bil­ity for cus­tomers. Naples is a beau­ti­ful city steeped in cul­ture and I have no doubt it will be a pop­u­lar choice for pas­sen­gers over the win­ter months,’ said Dublin Air­port Manag­ing Di­rec­tor Vin­cent Har­ri­son.

‘We will work closely with Ryanair to help pro­mote these new ser­vices and look for­ward to cel­e­brat­ing new sum­mer ser­vices to Paphos in Cyrus and Mar­rakech in Mo­rocco in 2018,’ he added.

Com­ment­ing at the launch of its new Dublin Naples ser­vice, Se­nior Sales and Mar­ket­ing Man­ager, Ryanair, Chiara Ravara said: ‘Win­ter is here and we’re pleased to cel­e­brate the launch of our new Dublin route to Naples, with a twice weekly ser­vice.

‘This is the 9th Ryanair route be­tween Dublin and Italy and cus­tomers and visi­tors can choose from 69 Dublin routes in to­tal this win­ter, in­clud­ing our ex­cit­ing new routes to Naples and Mu­nich.

More than 22.7 mil­lion pas­sen­gers have trav­elled through Dublin Air­port in the first nine months of the year, which is a 6% in­crease on the same pe­riod in 2016.

Dublin Air­port wel­comed 1.3 mil­lion ad­di­tional pas­sen­gers be­tween Jan­uary and Septem­ber.

Dublin Air­port has di­rect flights to more than 185 des­ti­na­tions in 41 coun­tries op­er­ated by a to­tal of 47 air­lines.

Lindy Hick­man and Vicki Ma­her trav­el­ling on the in­au­gu­ral flight from Dublin to Naples.

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