Ryanair racks up another four routes

Ryanair launched two new routes from Cologne Bonn this week to Copenhagen and Berlin Schönefeld. Services to Schönefeld will operate 30 times weekly, while Copenhagen will see a daily flight. Services to the Danish capital were celebrated by: Maike Lyssy, Business Development & Aviation Marketing, Cologne Bonn Airport; Jan Möller, Head of Business Development, Cologne Bonn Airport; Tim Howe Schröder, Head of Sales and Marketing Manager, Ryanair; Markus Leopold, Marketing & Sales Executive, Ryanair; and the Ryanair crew of the inaugural flight.

Ryanair Berlin Schonefeld

On 3 September, Berlin Schönefeld celebrated the launch of Ryanair services to Cologne Bonn. The domestic 470-kilometre airport pair will face no direct competition, but airberlin and germanwings both offer multiple daily flights from Berlin Tegel to Cologne Bonn.

  • Ryanair launched four new routes on the 2 and 3 September, of which three connect with Copenhagen (CPH). The airline will connect the Danish capital with Cologne Bonn (CGN), Madrid (MAD) and Rome Ciampino (CIA). The ULCC will also connect the German airport of Cologne Bonn with Berlin Schönefeld (SXF). The domestic link will operate 30 times weekly according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. The only route that Ryanair will see direct competition on is the connection between the capital cities of Copenhagen and Madrid, a 2,057-kilometre sector already served by Iberia (daily) and Norwegian (daily). All of the new routes will be served with at least a daily rotation. See how Cologne Bonn Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
2 Sep Cologne Bonn (CGN) Copenhagen (CPH) B738 (7)
Copenhagen (CPH) Madrid (MAD) Iberia (7), Norwegian (7)
Rome Ciampino (CIA)
3 Sep Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) Cologne Bonn (CGN) B738 (30)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser for w/c 8 September 2015. WF = Weekly frequencies.


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