Ryanair has announced it will operate new summer routes to Rome from Cork, Dublin, East Midlands/Birmingham and Liverpool. Twelve flights a week will link Dublin and the Italian capital, the low-cost carrier said, with the other three hubs each getting two flights per week. Ryanair is to also open a Belfast-Milan Bergamo route, which will run three times a week from April. “With Easter and summer ‘23 fast approaching, we are delighted to be bringing even more choice and value to our customers,” said Ryanair spokesman Dara Brady.

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