Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
Ryanair surprises with new base in Germany; Baden-Baden becomes 4th German base and 47th in all despite tax issues
Two new bases in two weeks? And this one’s in Germany! When did Ryanair first start serving this airport close to the French border (and why), and how many routes has it opened since then? How many are still operating and at what frequencies? Which new routes are being added next summer?
Monarch and Ryanair enter London – Barcelona market; both airlines target current easyJet route monopolies
The UK – Barcelona market saw amazing growth between 1991 and 2007 but has since seen demand drop by almost 30% in just two years. Which carriers are still serving the market and which have cut routes in the last two years? And what’s happened to the Spanish carriers on the route?
Ryanair finally announces first Polish base in Wrocław and negotiates for major Modlin/Warsaw announcement
This week Ryanair finally announced its first base in Poland, but what percentage of the Polish market does it already have, how many Polish airports does it operate from (and with how many flights to how many airports), and what has been the airline’s history at Wroclaw airport?
When it comes to the low-cost carrier ‘rulebook’ it seems that there are basically two versions when it comes to network planning models. One for Europe and one for the rest of the world. We explain all in our unique analysis of the world’s leading low-cost airlines.
London – Berlin market reaches all-time high in 2010, but what’s happened to airberlin and Lufthansa?
The London – Berlin market saw growth of 22% in 2010, but which airport-pair markets have seen the biggest growth? How has the German air travel tax introduced this year affected 2011 passenger numbers? And what happened to the German carriers serving the route?
Since joining the EU in May 2004 the three Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have had their share of ups and down with regard to airline development. We take a closer look at which airlines currently have the biggest presence in the market and how quickly the region’s biggest airports are growing.
Estonian Air launches Trondheim and returns to Vilnius; scheduled passenger numbers up 16% this year
Estonian Air serves 18 destinations non-stop from Tallinn using aircraft from three different manufacturers. Which are the airline’s busiest routes and what direct (and indirect) competition does it face on its network? Which new route has already been announced starting next March?
The ‘opposite’ is true – Irish inbound traffic is declining! Letter from Michael Cawley COO & Deputy CEO, Ryanair
Michael Cawley, COO & Deputy CEO, Ryanair, writes a fulsome critique of our analysis “Ryanair vs. Irish Government” in which he tells us that Ryanair’s own figures suggest the complete opposite to the Irish Central Statistics Office trends: that in fact inbound traffic is declining, that Air Passenger Duty is very bad, and that Ryanair […]
Ryanair V Irish govt: Air Passenger Duty and inbound/outbound tourism – an anna.aero unbiased analysis
So it looks like the €3 tourism tax is set to stay in Ireland, after the country’s airlines and government failed to reach agreement about new services. We take a closer look at three trends; the development of the inbound / outbound markets, capacity changes by country since 2008, and which country markets generate the […]
Ryanair’s Frankfurt Hahn base shrinking gradually; average weekly frequency of routes plummets 60% since 2003
Hahn is Ryanair’s second oldest base in mainland Europe (after Charleroi) and it has launched over 80 routes from the German airport. But when did it reach its peak? How quickly is it shrinking and which new routes (all to the same country) began this summer? Which routes are served this summer and at what […]
French airports report healthy growth in 2011 led by Paris Beauvais (+31.3%); easyJet stimulates Lyon – Nice by 70%
So what’s been happening at French airports in 2011? Which have been growing fastest, and which two have seen passenger numbers fall? How have the top 15 regional domestic routes fared so far in 2011? Which three have seen changes of more than 30%?
Air France has a new strategy for four major regional airports in France. Marseille is to get 13 new routes starting in October as the airline “competes” with LCCs. But how much is the airline really competing with LCCs? And how has Air France’s traffic developed at Marseille since 2000?