Fresh Holidays Abound: Bournemouth Airport Expands Destinations

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In a welcome addition to its current roster, Ryanair expands its available destinations from Bournemouth Airport. From 22nd December 2022, Europe’s largest airline group will begin operating a twice-weekly service to Venice.

Boasting some of Italy’s most renowned tourist attractions, Venice’s unique cultural and historical sights are sure to entice a fresh wave of holidaymakers. From the gilded domes of Saint Mark’s Basilica to the gondola-covered Grand Canal, future passengers will be spoilt for choice by Bournemouth Airport’s latest offering.

We’re absolutely delighted that our customers will now be able to fly to this beautiful Italian destination, Venice, from Bournemouth with Ryanair. We warmly welcome today’s announcement which will give passengers even more choice when flying from their local airport. Venice is a stunning city with so much to do, whether you’re planning a weekend break or longer holiday, so this is great news and a fantastic addition to our schedule.

Steven Gill, Managing Director of Bournemouth Airport

The flights to Marco Polo Airport will depart Bournemouth every Thursday and Sunday and are on sale now at See below for a full list of destinations available from Bournemouth Airport in 2022/23:

  • Cyprus: Paphos
  • Croatia: Zadar
  • France: Bergerac
  • Greece: Corfu, Crete, Kefalonia, Rhodes, and Zante
  • Hungary: Budapest
  • Ireland: Dublin
  • Italy: Venice
  • Lapland: Enontekiö, Ivalo, and Pajala
  • Malta
  • Poland: Krakow, and Wroclaw
  • Portugal: Faro
  • Spain: Alicante, Girona, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Majorca, Malaga, Menorca, Murcia, and Tenerife
  • Switzerland: Geneva
  • Turkey: Antalya, Dalaman
  • Special Departures: Barbados (fly/cruise), Fjords (fly/cruise), Bergamo (Italian Lakes), Arctic Circle

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