Fly from €12 on to Pisa, Brindisi or Bologna in late Nov & Dec
Ryanair, Europe’s only ultra-low cost airline, today (12 Nov) welcomed Malta Airport’s record 2.6m summer passenger figures, with 27% carried by Ryanair. Ryanair continues to invest in Malta and recently celebrated carrying its 3mth passenger since it began its Maltese operations in October 2006. During 2012’s summer schedule, Ryanair carried over 710,000 passengers, 27% of the traffic at Malta Airport.
Since Ryanair first arrived in Malta in October 2006, it has grown to operate 27 routes, opening a base in May 2010 and carrying almost 900,000 passengers and high-spending vistors to/from Malta, sustaining almost 900* “on-site” jobs at Malta Airport.
To celebrate another fantastic summer, Ryanair released a €12 Seat Sale that includes all taxes and charges so passengers who choose to avoid discretionary fees by paying for Ryanair’s cheapest flights with Mastercard Prepaid, travel with carry-on luggage only and decline our priority boarding service can book, check-in online and fly for this advertised €12 fare on these seat sale flights.
Ryanair’s Luis Fernandez- Mellado said:
In just 7 years, Ryanair has carried 3m passengers to/ from Malta, with visitors saving over €70m p.a. by switching to Ryanair’s low fares over Air Malta’s high fare flights. Ryanair will carry almost 900,000 passengers through Malta Airport this year, sustaining 900 jobs and underlining Ryanair’s commitment to, and investment in, Malta.