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Ryanair expands with eight new European routes

Ryanair expands with eight new European routes

Ryanair adds eight new routes utilising its 737-800s and competes with Vueling, Jetairfly, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium and eurolot.

Ryanair shock! More routes dropped this summer than added as focus shifts to major airports - bad news for secondary airports

Ryanair shock! More routes dropped this summer than added as focus shifts to major airports – bad news for secondary airports

To operate over 200 routes you have to be a pretty big airline. But to drop over 200 routes in a single year you can only be Ryanair. In previous years the ULCC has started more routes than it has dropped, but not this year. We dig deep into the numbers to see who the […]

German airport traffic up less than 1% in 2013

German airport traffic up less than 1% in 2013

The new planned coalition government looks set to leave the country’s air travel tax in place, much to the dismay of airlines, airports and the tourism industry. Out of Germany’s top 20 airports only six are growing in 2013, though that does include all four of the busiest airports. Ryanair continues to strongly influence the […]


Ryanair adds new routes from Dublin, Weeze and Zadar

Ryanair adds new routes from Dublin, Weeze and Zadar

Ryanair launches services from Weeze Airport to Santander Airport; adds twice-weekly flights from Dublin Airport to Bologna Airport, and from Zadar Airport to Oslo Torp Airport.

Ryanair goes route-launching: 45 new services

Ryanair goes route-launching: 45 new services

Ryanair launches 45 new routes across Europe; opens new bases in Chania and Kraków.

Ryanair's 50 new routes include opening of Zadar base

Ryanair’s 50 new routes include opening of Zadar base

Ryanair’s 50 new routes include opening of Zadar base, seven new routes from Girona, and six new routes from Trapani.


Ryanair launches five new routes including two to Paphos

Ryanair launches five new routes including two to Paphos

Ryanair starts a total of five new routes from Alghero, Brussels Charleroi, Weeze, East Midlands and Manchester.

Germany's biggest airports all grew in 2012; regional airports mostly lost traffic; over 120 new routes in 2013

Germany’s biggest airports all grew in 2012; regional airports mostly lost traffic; over 120 new routes in 2013

Germany’s relatively robust economy could still only support a 1% growth in total airport passengers in 2012, while domestic demand dipped by almost 4%. But anna.aero has identified over 120 new services starting from the country’s airports in 2013. See which airlines are banking on the German economy for generating new revenues this summer.

Ryanair’s Budapest Airport cuts – not as bad as they seem

Ryanair’s Budapest Airport cuts – not as bad as they seem

Last week Ryanair blamed Budapest Airport’s “increased charges” for deep 40% capacity cuts involving axing 10 routes and withdrawing two based aircraft. On closer examination anna.aero found indicators that the main reason seems to have been ‘good’ old-fashioned under-performance.


Transavia.com launches services from Amsterdam to Dubai; adds two Spanish routes from Weeze

Transavia.com launches services from Amsterdam to Dubai; adds two Spanish routes from Weeze

Transavia.com starts flying from Weeze to both Alicante and Malaga; adds twice-weekly flights from Amsterdam to Dubai.

Ryanair expands its presence in Warsaw Modlin

Ryanair expands its presence in Warsaw Modlin

Ryanair connects Barcelona, Bologna, Manchester and Weeze with Warsaw Modlin Airport.

Lufthansa’s 747-8I in scheduled service; Weeze celebrates five years as Ryanair base; Liverpool Airport welcomes Ryanair’s 18-millionth passenger

Lufthansa’s 747-8I in scheduled service; Weeze celebrates five years as Ryanair base; Liverpool Airport welcomes Ryanair’s 18-millionth passenger

Almost 150 routes were launched this week around the world, but they were not the only occasions for airlines and airports to celebrate. Which European airline celebrated twice last week? And how did Washington Dulles and Lufthansa celebrate the 747-8I’s first scheduled service?