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Ryanair withdraws from tender to sell Alitalia brand“We don’t care,” said Michael O’Leary, Number One Low-Cost Company, during a press conference in Rome, also expanding the concept to handling and other assets. So they held back in regard to the intentions that were manifested during the summer. Indeed, at the press conference, O’Leary expressed his good wishes to the new Italian national airline: “We are relieved that we are moving towards resolving the situation in ETA. Hopefully it will be successful,” he says, softening somewhat from what was said previously about the fact that ETA could fail and will need more public funds.
Either way, Ryanair is right on its way, and announced today Its winter operation 2021 From its airports in Bergamo (Orio al Serio) and Milan Malpensa, it has opened nine new routes (up to 125 total routes) that will connect Bergamo and Milan to interesting European destinations from October.
The New ways of Oreo al Serio I’m in the direction Bermangan, Helsinki, Liverpool, Stockholm and Toulouse. On the other hand, from Milan Malpensa there will be new routes to Malta, Naples, Sibiu (Romania) and Aarhus (Denmark).
The arrival of new Ita does not always worry O’Leary, who explains how the latter “will be a much smaller company, with 50-60 planes, while Ryanair in Italy in the summer of 2022 should have about 200 planes”. However, there is something from Alitalia that interests the first Irish company: openings, this is the period of time during which the aircraft is allowed to take off. “We have requested and continue to request – he explained – that the unused Alitalia slots at Fiumicino, Linate and Malpensa be released to allow Ryanair and other airlines to use them.”
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