Articles Tagged ‘RYG’

Oslo Gardermoen Airport reports 4% traffic growth in 2013; Emirates touches down from Dubai

Oslo Gardermoen Airport reports 4% traffic growth in 2013; Emirates touches down from Dubai

The main gateway to the capital of Norway, Oslo Gardermoen handled almost 23 million passengers in 2013 (a new record high). With a total of 33 airlines flying to 117 non-stop destinations, anna.aero takes a closer look at the airport’s recent activity, reveals its seasonality profile and how dominant SAS is this September.

Toronto Pearson shows-off certificate; Ryanair’s one million milestone at Lille Airport; easyJet passes 10 million passengers in Switzerland; more news from Barcelona, Leeds Bradford, Shannon, Oslo Rygge and Faro airports

Toronto Pearson shows-off certificate; Ryanair’s one million milestone at Lille Airport; easyJet passes 10 million passengers in Switzerland; more news from Barcelona, Leeds Bradford, Shannon, Oslo Rygge and Faro airports

In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Toronto Pearson Airport shows-off Route award, Ryanair celebrates one million passengers at Lille Airport, and easyJet records over 10 million passengers carried in 12 months to and from Switzerland. We also have news from Barcelona, Leeds Bradford, Shannon, Oslo Rygge and Faro airports.

Ryanair shock! More routes dropped this summer than added as focus shifts to major airports - bad news for secondary airports

Ryanair shock! More routes dropped this summer than added as focus shifts to major airports – bad news for secondary airports

To operate over 200 routes you have to be a pretty big airline. But to drop over 200 routes in a single year you can only be Ryanair. In previous years the ULCC has started more routes than it has dropped, but not this year. We dig deep into the numbers to see who the […]


Ryanair begins seasonal service from Oslo Rygge to Rhodes

Ryanair begins seasonal service from Oslo Rygge to Rhodes

Ryanair expands its Greek seasonal offering with twice-weekly services from Oslo Rygge to Rhodes, using 737-800s.

Ryanair adds 61 new routes in first week of April

Ryanair adds 61 new routes in first week of April

Ryanair opens a new base in Athens and adds most new routes in Greece, Ireland, Italy and the UK.

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

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 starts 10 routes to seven countries

Ryanair starts 10 routes to seven countries

Ryanair starts 10 routes to seven countries.

Norwegian adds 17 routes, 14 involve Spain

Norwegian adds 17 routes, 14 involve Spain

Norwegian grows in Spain, launches 17 new routes this week.

Ryanair launches 12 routes from Canary Islands

Ryanair launches 12 routes from Canary Islands

Ryanair expands with new routes from Tenerife Sur and Gran Canaria.


Stockholm Arlanda celebrates Cake prize; Milan Malpensa shows off Route award; Birmingham charity cycle ride; Peach welcomes passenger #3m, and; a trio of news stories from the world of Ryanair

Stockholm Arlanda celebrates Cake prize; Milan Malpensa shows off Route award; Birmingham charity cycle ride; Peach welcomes passenger #3m, and; a trio of news stories from the world of Ryanair

Another bumper issue of Network Planning Community News, yet again boasting some of last week’s anna.aero award winners, passenger milestones being recorded, deals getting signed and other newsworthy events from our peers from around the world.

Danish Air Transport doubles seats in five years

Danish Air Transport doubles seats in five years

DAT Dreamteam. These three people, husband and wife Kirsten (centre) and Jesper (right) Rungholm, who created the airline in 1989, along with MD, and now co-owner, Lars Høeg (left), have plotted a path for Danish Air Transport which has gradually seen it focus its scheduled activity on its home market of Denmark.

Ryanair launches 13 competition-free routes

Ryanair launches 13 competition-free routes

Ryanair adds 13 new routes across its network.