Bella Italia feels that little bit closer once more. From the end of March, Italy fans will have two more opportunities to reach the country of their dreams non-stop from Memmingen Airport. Ryanair is now adding Pisa and Pescara to its programme.
Despite everything we’ve been through in recent years, many people want to realise their long-delayed holiday dreams this year. “We have already noticed a high demand for flights to the sun over the past week,” explains Airport Sales Manager, Marcel Schütz. Italy is also high on the list of popular holiday destinations. “We are all the more delighted,” says Schütz, “that we can now offer two more popular tourist destinations with Pisa and Pescara.” From 28 March, Ryanair will be flying non-stop every Monday and Friday from Memmingen to the city, which was not only made world-famous for its leaning tower. With Galileo Galilei International Airport two kilometres south of the city centre, it also boasts the most important airport in central Italy, and is an ideal starting point for trips through Tuscany, to Florence or to the nearby Ligurian Sea. Casting our gaze to Italy’s other coast, the harbour city of Pescara shines with its huge stretches of Adriatic beaches and the Abruzzo mountains, which can be easily explored from here. The Ryanair flight will take off from Memmingen to Pescara for the first time on 29 March, and will have slots on offer every Tuesday and Saturday.
Back to Sardinia from 27 March
Sardinia is also something of a perennial favourite. This is why Ryanair will once again be offering flights from Memmingen to Alghero from 27 March. There are non-stop flights to the city situated on the west coast twice a week – on Wednesday and Sunday. Sardinia – the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily – is expecting many regular visitors to return this summer.As previously reported, Ryanair will be connecting Memmingen Airport with another fantastic destination from 27 March: Santiago de Compostela, the destination for pilgrims from around the world, which will be on the flight schedule for the first time. The capital of Galicia in the north-west of Spain will also be headed to twice a week (Sunday and Thursday).