Ryanair will launch, in March 2011, a direct flight from Constanta to Milan (Bergamo), with a frequency of two flights a week. The airline estimates it will carry 30,000 passengers in the time interval covered by the summer schedule, Mediafax reports. “The flights will be operated every Thursday and Saturday, and will be used by 30,000 passengers,” the Irish air carrier writes in a press release. According to company officials, the flight will be operated initially based on the summer schedule, between March 27 – October 30. The company currently has flights from Constanta to Bologna and Pisa, in Italy.