From March 28, 2022, the low-cost airline will be adding the Italian destinations of Pisa and Pescara non-stop from Memmingen Airport to its program.
From March 28th, Ryanair will be flying non-stop from Memmingen to the city, which is not only world-famous for its leaning tower, every Monday and Friday. With the international airport Galileo Galilei two kilometers south of the city center, it also has the most important airport in central Italy and is the ideal starting point for trips through Tuscany, to Florence or to the nearby Ligurian Sea. On the other side of the boot is the port city of Pescara with its kilometers of Adriatic beaches. The Ryanair flight will take off from Memmingen to Pescara for the first time on March 29th and will then take place every Tuesday and Saturday from then on.
"We've been feeling a great demand for flights to the sun for a week now," explains Airport Sales Manager Marcel Schütz. Italy is also high on the list of popular holiday destinations. "We are all the more pleased," says Schütz, "that with Pisa and Pescara we can now offer two more tourist heavyweights."
From March 27th again to Sardinia
According to their own statements, the island in the Mediterranean Sea is also very much in demand. That's why Ryanair is adding the connection from Memmingen to Alghero to its program again from March 27th. Twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays, there are non-stop flights to the west coast city. Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily, is expecting many regular guests to return this summer.
The flights to Santiago de Compostela also start on the same day. This destination is on the flight plan for the first time. The capital of Galicia in northwestern Spain is served twice a week (Sunday and Thursday).