Ryanair will open bases at Bari and Brindisi early next year, its 35th and 36th, with a combined three aircraft and an investment of $210 million. The LCC will base two aircraft at Bari in January and launch flights on Jan. 14 to Brussels South Charleroi, Paris Beauvais (each four-times-weekly) Treviso (six-times-weekly), Genoa (thrice-weekly) and Karlsruhe/Baden (twice-weekly). In February it will begin serving Trapani (four-times-weekly), Dusseldorf Weeze, Valencia (each thrice-weekly) and ...

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