No-frills will provide more thrills

Law, John
April 2004
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/19/2004, Issue 2610, p42
Trade Publication
Points out that improved accessibility and lower fares are predicted to boost Italy's tourism trade for the summer of 2004. South of Italy with the greatest growth potential to help push arrival figures in Great Britain; New Ryanair services to Brindisi and Bari to open up the Puglia region, and to benefit Sicily; Plan of Alitalia to get back some of the business lost to no-frills airlines. INSET: TRADE FEEDBACK.


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