Ryanair announces Rimini route
Mon, 28 Apr, 2008
Budget airline Ryanair has announced plans to launch a new service from London Stansted Airport to Rimini this summer.
The flights to the Adriatic holiday resort will operate three times a week during June, July and August, with fares starting from £15 one way.
Rimini is one of the oldest cities in Italy and is packed with historic landmarks, including a Roman amphitheatre and the gothic Tempio Malatestiano. However, in recent years the area has become better known for its beaches and nightlife.
Ryanair also plans to operate a route between London Stansted Airport and the French town of Beziers during the summer months, with seats available from £26 one way.
Beziers is in the middle of the Languedoc region's winemaking industry and is also ideally located for holidaymakers who want to take in the sights of France's Mediterranean coastline.
Last week, FlyLAL announced plans to begin flying between London Stansted Airport and the Amber Coast resort of Palanga.