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Ryanair flights

Has Ryanair withdrawn its flights to Rimini permanently for 2013 or are they still in negotiations with the airport. I see they don't appear on the Rimini airport list of airlines any longer. I did try and ring Ryanair to see if there was any information but didn't get anywhere. Does anyone have any information?

South Australia
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1. Re: Ryanair flights

Ryanair air are not showing Rimini as a destination on their 2013 flight schedule.

www.easyjet.com and www.ryanair.com fly to Bologna, train to Rimini www.trenitalia.it/homepage_en.html

London
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2. Re: Ryanair flights

looks like we will have to arrive another way. we are actually staying in gabicce and train from Ancona looks quicker. does anyone know if it's best Bologna to Cattolica-gabicce or Ancona to cattolica- gabicce. it looks like cab from either airport is pretty steep.

Bellaria-Igea...
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I's easier and faster to arrive from Ancona to Gabice then from Bologna.

There are also 3 daily flights from Rome to Rimini. Could be interesting for You.

Rome to Rimini is served by Darwin Airline.

London, England...
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We used to fly to Rimini twice a year as I have family there. Just got back Sunday after flying to Ancona. Taxi to the station was 15 euros then train to Riccione was 9.90 euros for 2 tickets. On return to airport we noticed a station right outside but as we landed on Easter Sunday it must have been closed. Have done the Bologna route a few times in the past but Ancona was a lot easier. Trains are cheap and frequent.

San Diego...
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5. Re: Ryanair flights

Note that Darwin Airlines will no longer be providing service for Rome/Rimini after May 2013, which is unfortunate. If anyone knows of any other airline that does or will provide Rome/Rimini flight service, please advise!

Le Marche, Italy
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6. Re: Ryanair flights

Ryanair flies from London to Ancona, and Rimini is easily reached from Ancona. You can get a bus from the airport to either Falconara Marittima train station or Ancona train station. (Falconara is closer to the airport, and also closer to Rimini, but more trains stop in Ancona). There you can get a direct train to Rimini. The fast trains take 48 minutes, and the slowest trains take 1 hour 16 minutes.

As Daniela says above, you can also get a taxi to the train station. There is also a train station at the airport, which is on the main line between Rome and Ancona, but it's a station used primarily by commuters and students. There are no trains on Sundays. On other days, there are trains roughly half-hourly in the morning rush hour (until a little after 9) and then again in the afternoon until about 5 PM. Going in the direction of Ancona, the train stops at both Falconara Marittima and Ancona. Going in the direction of Rome, it's about the same. To get to Rome, you usually have to change trains somewhere.

southampton
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Bvlenci is right as ever. We are going to Gabicce Mare as usual this summer. Our our hotelier always sends one of his team to pick us up from Ancona airport. Because we have been going for years he never charges us... There is often an arrangement between the hotels to pick up clients. So ask your hotel. Lots of them have minibuses. They will get/give you a better deal than if you book a taxi yourself, and with luggage it will be easier than going in to the center of Ancona by bus or taxi, waiting around and taking the train..... Possibly a bit more money. But what's the price of convenience?

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