Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
Ryanair launched ‘just’ 14 new routes this week including first route from Paphos and Dole (France).
The upcoming Easter weekend is a popular time to get away. Now that the UK’s record warm March has given way to a freezing April there is likely to be a surge of interest in getting away this weekend. But how much are the two biggest LCCs in the UK charging from their biggest bases? […]
Ryanair launches major Greek offensive. Alexandroupolis, Araxos/Patras, Chania, Corfu, Kefalonia, Kos, Rhodes and Thessaloniki all benefit.
Europe’s airline may be having a mixed time financially but that’s not stopping them exploring new routes this summer. We do some analysis at the over 500 new routes starting during the next three weeks to reveal which airline is starting the most new routes (no surprises here) and which country’s airports will be celebrating […]
Paris-Vatry welcomes new domestic routes from jetairfly and Ryanair this summer; targets 100,000 pax in 2012
anna.aero recently got to visit Paris-Vatry Airport (by helicopter!) to see for ourselves what the airport offers airlines and passengers. When did scheduled services start at the airport and what new routes is it offering this summer?
Ryanair launches 70 new routes across Europe this week. More to follow next week.
anna.aero’s Editor will be at FrenchConnect next week and here’s a sneak peak at part of his presentation, looking at recent developments in the French regional domestic market. Which routes have been stimulated the most by easyJet, Ryanair and Vueling daring to take on the Air France juggernaut.
Oslo is fortunate to be served by three airports, but how have Norwegian and Ryanair grown services from the two secondary airports in recent seasons? How has traffic grown at all three Oslo airports in 2011?
Ryanair continues expanding its new base at Budapest Airport with flights to Bergamo, Charleroi, Beauvais and Ciampino.
Ryanair launches new routes from Budapest Airport as the low-cost airline establishes a base at the airport after Malev’s recent demise.
The folks at DFW were thrilled to win last week’s Route of the Week for their new Emirates route, but what milestone did easyJet and Cologne/Bonn Airport reach over in Europe? How did Rome’s two airports fare with the recent snowfall? And just how many cakes were baked to celebrate jetBlue’s 12th anniversary?
Just one week after Malev ceased operating we’ve compiled a list of some 44 new services that have already been announced. This includes 26 by Ryanair which at present are still not 100% confirmed. But which other carriers have stepped up and which country markets look set to benefit most?