Summer season starts in Bristol including new route to Bologna
Created: 1st Apr 2014
Ryanair, today celebrated the start of its Bristol summer season which includes a new route to Bologna giving passengers in the South West a choice of 28 destinations for summer 2014.
Ryanair celebrated the start the summer season by releasing 100,000 seats on sale across its entire European network, with prices starting from just £19.99 for travel in May and June, which are available for booking until midnight (24:00hrs) Thur (3 Apr).
Ryanair’s Lisa Cashin said:
“We are pleased to celebrate the start of the summer season at Bristol which includes a new route to Bologna giving passengers in the South West a choice of 28 destinations for summer 2014. This is the first summer where Ryanair customers can enjoy a free small second carry-on bag, “quiet flights”, allocated seats and use their personal electronic devices at all stages of their flight, making Ryanair the ideal choice for families and friends looking to get away this summer, with a new website, smartphone app, and family and business products coming soon.
To celebrate the start of the summer season, Ryanair is releasing 100,000 seats across its entire European network from just £19.99, for travel across Europe on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in May and June, which are available for booking until midnight Thursday (3 Apr). Since the amazing prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Bristol Airport’s, Shaun Browne said:
“We are delighted with this new destination as it is the first time passengers in the region will be able to fly directly into Bologna. The route adds to the variety of Italian destinations already served by Ryanair from Bristol Airport bringing the total number of Italian destinations to eight for summer 2014, suitable for both the leisure and business traveller.
“The growth in services between Bristol Airport and Italy demonstrates the strength of the cultural and business links the country has with the South West and Wales. Bologna has one of Italy’s greatest medieval cityscapes and offers a wonderful alternative to the north’s more famous cities. During check in for the first flight, passengers were offered Bellinis and Biscotti biscuits, to celebrate with a little taste of Italy at Bristol Airport.”