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The Shannon-Turin Ryanair link will be launched in December

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Ryanair will start operating a new route from Shannon Airport to the Italian city of Turin from December.

This brings to 16 the number of routes the airline will start operating from the Midwest Airport, following the addition of a Corfu service to its portfolio starting next month.

It is the first Turin service to operate from Shannon Airport since 2009.

The new winter service will operate every week on Saturdays from December 18 until March 26, 2022.

Shannon Group Statement:

Shannon Group is delighted to welcome Ryanair’s announcement of a new service from Shannon Airport to Turin in northern Italy. The new winter service will run every week on Saturdays from December 18, ’21 to March 26, ’22.

This is the first Turin service to operate from Shannon Airport since 2009.

Welcoming the announcement, Mary Considine, CEO of Shannon Group, said: “We would like to congratulate Ryanair on the opening of its new base in Turin. We are delighted to add this popular winter destination to our Irish customers.

“Aviation has a long journey to go, but it’s finally great to see some green shoots of salvage. This is a further step in the gradual reconstruction of our air services and brings to nine the number of Ryanair services announced for Shannon to date. As the vaccine rollout schedule increases and we look forward to the lifting of the non-essential travel ban on July 19 with the introduction of the EU’s Covid digital certificate, people can once again start planning for well-deserved vacation. “

Capital of Piedmont in northern Italy, Turin is a perfect destination for a ski vacation with many ski resorts, as well as an ideal location for a city break. It is also known for its fine architecture and cuisine. The Alps rise to the northwest of the city. Majestic Baroque buildings and old cafes line Turin’s boulevards and grand squares like Piazza Castello and Piazza San Carlo.