Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
Ryanair adds flights from Bristol, East Midlands and Glasgow Prestwick to its Warsaw Modlin offering.
Ryanair now flies to Warsaw Modlin from Frankfurt Hahn, Liverpool, Eindhoven and Paris Beauvais; connects Reus and Santiago de Compostela
Dortmund gains Ryanair but loses easyJet services; Wizz Air is leading airline with 16 routes to Central Europe
Famous for its football team and beers, Dortmund’s airport is home to several LCCs but not Lufthansa, at least not directly. Which are the airport’s leading routes and which new destinations is Ryanair adding in 2013? Which new destinations has Wizz Air started this year, and what has been easyJet’s history at the airport?
Ryanair, Verona’s second biggest carrier, withdraws 11 routes with immediate effect; Meridiana fly Volotea respond
Ryanair has abandoned the Verona market at short notice after a disagreement with the airport authority. Which routes will be lost and which have already been taken up by other carriers (or soon will be)? Find out what both parties had to say on the matter.
Ryanair biggest airline in Hungary, Lithuania, Spain and Slovakia; close second in Belgium, Ireland and Italy
Arguably Europe’s most European airlines with aircraft and crews based in 12 different countries, Ryanair is also the leading airline in several unexpected markets. In which country markets is it #1 and what share of the total market does it have? In which EU country does it have more than 50% of the market?
Bordeaux reporting 10% growth in 2012 as easyJet, Ryanair take on Air France and Volotea launches seven routes
Bordeaux’s dedicated LCC terminal ‘billi’ has helped the airport grow its international traffic by 50% in just two years. Which new LCC has launched multiple new routes this summer? Which have been the fastest-growing major routes in 2012 and what has stimulated the growth?
anna.aero presents at World Low Cost Airline Congress; network stability of 31 worldwide LCCs analysed
On Monday anna.aero was ‘live’ at the World Low Cost Airline Congress in London, presenting detailed analysis of the network stability of 31 of the world’s leading LCCs. Download the presentation for free and also the bonus Excel file with a summary of all the data for all the airlines.
Ryanair celebrates in Katowice and announces new routes from Lublin; Bengaluru Airport welcomes Lufthansa’s 747-8; Flybe celebrates in Exeter with paella
Ryanair didn’t launch any new routes in the last week, but the airline had reasons to hold three other celebrations across Poland. On the other side of the globe, Lufthansa paid a special visit to Bangalore, while in the UK, Exeter and Flybe celebrated with a giant paella.
Ryanair has reached milestones at two Scandinavian airports and decided to celebrate with some lucky passengers.
Ryanair connects Barcelona, Bologna, Manchester and Weeze with Warsaw Modlin Airport.
Norway’s airports grew by 10% in 2011; Norwegian and SAS dominate international routes but Ryanair growing fast
Norway appears to have suffered less economically than many other European countries in the last few years, as reflected by the country’s airport passenger statistics. But which country markets have grown fastest during the last three years and which airlines are driving that growth?
Ryanair commences services from Warsaw Modlin to eight European cities.