Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
Ryanair reaches Lisbon Airport; easyJet and Norwegian also add new routes in 2013 as passenger numbers grow by almost 4%
Lisbon Airport may still be dominated by TAP Portugal, but all four of Europe’s leading LCCs now serve the Portuguese capital, with Ryanair arriving for the first time last week. We examine how the airport’s traffic has grown in recent years, its seasonality profile and which airlines have already announced plans to start new services […]
Ryanair launches its first ever routes to Lisbon Airport in Portugal, and a new link to Dortmund Airport in Germany.
As Ryanair decides to become a business-friendly, family-friendly, caring airline, we find the strategic difference in network planning is also striking.
Renationalising airports seems to be catching on in the UK. First Cardiff and now Glasgow Prestwick have returned to public ownership in 2013. We examine Prestwick’s traffic development in the last 20 years, and reveal what Ryanair, the airport’s only scheduled airline at present, has been doing to help traffic grow 9% in 2013.
Following in the considerable footsteps of easyJet and Wizz Air, Ryanair has been granted access to the Russian market from March 2014.
After last week’s announcement in Dublin, Ryanair has revealed 12 new routes for London Stansted, though four of them had previously been announced. The airline returns to Osijek in Croatia, while several airports see a doubling of Ryanair destinations. Increases in frequency on 17 other routes will see Ryanair adding 20 daily flights from its […]
The latest industry news from Asturias, Austin, Boise, Knock, Kuala Lumpur, Larnaca, London City, Milan Bergamo, Oslo Torp and more
Live music, yummy cakes, water arches and even… sizzling sausages make it into this week’s Network Planning Community News.
Ryanair reveals nine new routes from Dublin Airport; Bucharest makes first ever appearance, while Basel and Prague are back in favour
Ryanair’s route network from Dublin is to return to growth in 2014 – by almost 10% –following the scrapping of the €3 per passenger air travel tax.
Ryanair starts 10 routes to seven countries.
Ryanair expands with new routes from Tenerife Sur and Gran Canaria.
Ethiopian celebrates 55 years in Frankfurt; Modlin welcomes one millionth passenger; Brussels Airlines lands in Alicante
This week’s Network Planning Community News are dominated by the massive cake baked in Frankfurt to celebrate Ethiopian’s anniversary, but we also have news from Poland and Spain.
Was the BBC’s John Humphrys “taken for a sucker” by the new nicer, kinder, cuddlier, Michael O’Leary at the Airport Operators Association (AOA) Conference in London this week?