Ryanair announces a new route from Zadar to Pisa


Flights to Pisa from €19

Ryanair, Europe’s largest low fares airline, today (04th March) announced its fifth route from Zadar Airport. From 5th June Ryanair will offer a twice weekly service (Mondays and Fridays) to Pisa, connecting the Dalmatian region with Tuscany.

With this exciting new route, Ryanair will carry to Zadar over than 90,000 passengers .

Ryanair’s Alessia Viviani said:

“We’re delighted to be announcing this new route to Pisa so soon after our Edinburgh and Stockholm announcements. Ryanair already offers four low cost routes from Zadar to Dublin, London-Stansted, Edinburgh and Stockholm-Skavsta, all available for booking on Ryanair.com today for just €4 one way (including taxes & charges.

We are also pleased to highlight that Ryanair is the only airline offering a direct connection from Zadar to Italy and indeed linking the Dalmation region to the Italian region of Tuscany and beyond.

Ryanair will continue to grow as other airlines pull routes and reduce capacity. With passengers becoming increasingly price sensitive Ryanair will continue to expand so that even more passengers can take advantage of Ryanair’s guaranteed lowest fares and no fuel surcharges.

To celebrate our fifth route, to Pisa, Ryanair is offering seats on this new route from just €19 one way. These seats will be snapped up fast and are available for booking on www.ryanair.com before midnight Thursday 12th March.”


For further information:

Alessia Viviani – Ryanair

Tel: 00 39 334 3973528

Ryanair is Europe’s largest low fares airline with 31 bases and 825 low fare routes across 26 countries, connecting 144 destinations. By the end of March 2009 Ryanair will operate a fleet of 195 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft with firm orders for a further 70 new aircraft (all net of planned disposals), which will be delivered over the next 4 years. Ryanair currently employs a team of more than 6,000 people and expects to carry approximately 67 million scheduled passengers in 2009.

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