Ryanair announced its Bucharest schedule for Winter’23, with two new destinations: Paris Beauvais and Tirana. The company has increased the number of flights on the six most popular destinations, including Bristol, Catania, Madrid, Malta.
Winter ‘23 flight schedule will deliver a total of 27 routes, over 2.5 m passengers to/from Bucharest per year, and the company will operate over 280 weekly flights to/from Bucharest in Winter 2023 (+16% growth over Winter 2022).
Airport competitive charges are vital in developing the Ryanair network, delivering new routes and driving connectivity to and from Romania. As competition between airports and regions in Europe soars, the airports must focus on long-term strategies to attract carriers like Ryanair and ensure further development of their regionsAlicja Wójcik-Golebiowska, Ryanair Country Manager for CEE and Baltics