Irish low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair will base six aircraft at Rome’s Fiumicino Airport and will launch services to three new domestic destinations in Southern Italy—Catania, Palermo (Sicily) and Lamezia (Calabria)—from the capital’s gateway airport Dec. 18. It said the new routes were being launched in response to “numerous requests” from Southern Italian airports. In addition, the airline said it would operate daily flights from Fiumicino to Brussels ...

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