Articles Tagged ‘NRN’
The “best, most and worst” Ryanair airports 2007-17; 2,800 air services, from over 250 airports including 80+ bases
Ryanair is Europe’s leading (U)LCC and the regular winner of anna.aero awards for most routes launched each year. But this week, we focus on which of its 80-plus bases have seen the lowest and highest turnover of routes during the last decade. Plus we identify 24 airports which have only ever had one Ryanair service.
For one of the 12 airports involved in this week’s Arch of Triumph public vote it will be a great start to November, because within seven days one airport will have a new certificate adorning the fire station walls, and the fire crews will be the toast of the airport. Let battle commence!!
Ryanair opens 43 routes across its European and African network including the addition of Oslo Gardermoen to its network.
Ryanair launches base #78 at Timisoara, as well as bolstering Belfast International and Berlin Schönefeld operations.
Ryanair adds three more UK connections to Reus, with Liverpool, Glasgow Prestwick and Bristol flights.
Ryanair launches 41 new routes across its network – Belfast International, Newquay and Palanga added to route map.
On 14 January, Ryanair confirmed plans to enter the Romanian market, both internationally and domestically, with the opening of a base at Timisoara Airport, effective 1 November. The Irish ULCC will introduce seven routes, including a domestic service to Bucharest, competing head-to-head with TAROM. Operating 35 weekly flights, Ryanair forecasts a flow of 575,000 passengers […]
Lufthansa and airberlin under growing pressure as German market growth picks up; Ryanair and Emirates both growing fast
The German market looks set for an interesting 2016. We look at how the market has evolved over the last 25 years, which airports are having a good 2015, which are the leading country markets and which airlines are growing.
Ryanair adds three new bases and a new destination to its network map this week ‒ Hamburg.
Gateway to the capital of Estonia, Tallinn Airport handled close to two million passengers last year. With a total of 13 airlines operating from the airport, anna.aero investigates the airport’s recent activity and reveals how dominant Estonian Air is this October.
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
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 […]