This winter, Ryanair has launched three new routes to/from Brussels South Charleroi airport, adding Trieste, Genoa and Trapani to 18 direct routes from Brussels-Charleroi to Italy. These three new destinations will be connected by two weekly flights.
after announcing the launch of a new route to Sweden (Stockholm-Arlanda, from 31 October 2021), Denmark (Billund, from 29 October 2021), Finland (Helsinki, 2 November 2021), Cyprus (Paphos, from 2 November 2021 and Morocco (Essaouira from 31 October 2021) Ryanair will introduce three new destinations in Italy this winter: Trieste, Genoa and Trapani
On Thursday and Sunday from 31 October 2021, flights will commence from Brussels South Charleroi Airport to TriesteCity on the Italian-Slovenia border and is the capital of the region Friuli-Venezia Giulia on Thursday A Boeing 737-800 with Ryanair colored will depart Brussels-Charleroi at 2:40 p.m. and land in Trieste at approximately 4:20 p.m. The return flight is scheduled to depart at 4:45 p.m. and touchdown. Tarmac at BSCA at 6.25pm on Sunday, departs Italy at 2:05pm and arrives at 3:45pm. The return flight to Belgium is scheduled to depart at 4.10pm, with an estimated landing time of 5:50pm. .
The city has three key elements: the harbor, the Grand Canal and the main square. The Piazza Unità d’Italia sits at the foot of the San Giusto hill and overlooks the sea. It is the perfect starting point from which to explore the surrounding area: Borgo Teresiano and Giuseppino Borgo. The square is surrounded by neoclassical and Baroque buildings. It is home to the Fontana dei Quattro Continenti (Fountain of the Four Continents), also known as the Fontana del Mazzoleni, an allegorical figure of the world. by showing four numbers that symbolize the inhabitants of different parts of the world known at the time of creation, between 1751 and 1754
From 2 November 2021 GenoaThe port city and capital of Liguria will connect to Brussels-Charleroi airport on Tuesday and Saturday. The flight departs for Genoa in the afternoon at 3:20 p.m. on Tuesday (arrivals at 4:55 p.m.) and 5:15 p.m. on Saturday (arrivals at 6:50 p.m.). is the evening They depart in the late afternoon on Tuesdays (departs from 5:20 PM to 6:55 PM) and Saturday evenings. (Departs at 7:15 p.m. to 8:50 p.m.)
Genoa is known for its ports. which is not only the main port of Italy but also one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean The city is an important logistics and technology center for Italy. Genoa is especially known for its industry. and full of history And most of the historic center is under the protection of UNESCO. Visitors will be able to marvel at the 110 palaces the city has, 42 of which have been recognized by UNESCO. Will definitely win the hearts of tourists in the future.
Next it’s Sicily’s turn, with Ryanair launching a flight from Brussels-Charleroi to Trapani On October 31, 2021 there will be flights on Wednesdays and Sundays. Departs from Brussels South Charleroi Airport at 8 a.m., arrives in Sicily at approximately 10:30 p.m. The return flight is scheduled to depart at 10.55 and return to Belgium at 1:25 p.m.
Trapani is the capital of the province of the same name on the westernmost point of the island. And its surprising position between the sea and the mountains makes it a very special place. Trapani is located at the foot of Mount Erix. Also known as Monte San Giuliano, at the top you’ll find the city of Eriz. Trapani looks out towards the Ekady Islands. which is one of the largest marine reserves in Europe It consists of three main sources, the archipelago (Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo), the Stagnone archipelago and six islets. Trapani is famous for its ancient maritime and beach traditions. It is also known for harvesting and marketing salt. The Naklua Nature Reserve has a colorful sunset.
Philippe VERDONCK, Chief Executive Officer of Brussels South Charleroi Airport, explains: “after this announcement Our airport will have no less than eight new destinations. They also added our flight group to Italy. There are currently 21 destinations for the Italian community in Belgium. as well as for fans In this multifaceted country, Ryanair continues to grow at Brussels South Charleroi Airport and we can only thank them for the trust they place on our entire team.”