Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
Airlines starting almost 500 new routes in first three weeks of S14 season; Ryanair leads way (as usual) as FIGUS countries dominate
The start of the (northern) summer season always heralds a surge in new route launches. And this year is no exception, with almost 120 airlines, launching almost 500 new routes across 90 countries in the first three weeks alone.
The first days of the 2014 summer timetable have brought almost 500 new routes to the world and almost as many tonnes of cakes. Use your vote to select your choice of the week for S14 Season Part 1.
Ryanair links Rome Fiumicino and Barcelona El Prat with thrice-daily flights, competing with Alitalia and Vueling.
Last November, Ryanair promised to increase its annual throughput at Dublin Airport by 700,000 for 2014/15 following the scrapping of the Є3 per passenger air travel tax. anna.aero takes a look at how the Irish capital city airport is performing as a result of this slug of growth from one of its favourite customers.
After last week’s Austrian market analysis, this week anna.aero takes a closer look at developments in Poland — interestingly both markets are about the same size with 25 million passengers. In Austria, the country’s main airport still dominates, but the story is different in Poland, where regional airports have prospered.
Ryanair’s passenger milestone at Bratislava Airport; Ground-breaking for new Hamburg Airport Cargo Center; Ryanair’s Irish dancing at Leeds Bradford
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Ryanair celebrates passenger milestone at Bratislava Airport as well as St. Patrick’s Day at Leeds Bradford Airport with Irish dancers. We also have news from Hamburg Airport that marks the start of construction work on its new cargo centre.
Ryanair launches Manchester to Barcelona service to tie-in with Champions League fixture.
Portuguese airports offered almost 20 million one-way seats in 2013, including all four largest gateways increasing their capacity last year. With the flag carrier, TAP Portugal, commanding almost half of the weekly flights and seats, and Ryanair growing its presence rapidly at Lisbon and Porto, anna.aero investigates how this country market has developed over the recent […]
30-Second Interview — David O’Brien, Chief Commercial Officer, Ryanair on flights to Russia and the US
anna.aero secures the world’s first interview with DOBCCO – David O’Brien, new Chief Commercial Officer, Ryanair. We talk about his plans for Russia, flying to proper airports and whether they will ever fly to the US.
Inspired (perhaps) by the local ale or its river-crossing bridge in this part of the UK, there is finally a home-win in the weekly ‘Arch of Triumph’ contest. Find out which ‘toon’ secured this first victory on anna.aero’s home turf.
Ryanair’s passenger milestone at Oslo Rygge; Barcelona and Topeka Airports’ Cake awards; Expert commercial negotiator becomes BUD’s new route supremo; London Stansted Airport’s first anniversary under new ownership
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Barcelona and Topeka airports show-off Cake certificates and Ryanair celebrates six million passengers at Oslo Rygge. We also have news from London Stansted Airport’s first anniversary under new ownership and Budapest Airport’s new appointment.
Ryanair continues its network re-invention with nine routes from its new Brussels base, utilising its 737-800s. It faces direct competition on eight out of the nine services.