Ryanair base at Milan Malpensa opens for business

The new service to the home of flamenco – Seville – was marked not just with a ribbon cutting at Milan Malpensa, but with some dancing too of course. Wielding the scissors were: John Alborante, Ryanair Sales & Marketing Manager Italy; Beatriz Arilla Aguiella, Tourism Seville; and Andrea Tucci, VP Aviation Business Development SEA Milan.

The ULCC’s newest base was also celebrated in Bucharest. The Romanian capital will see four weekly flights on the city pair to Milan.

The ULCC’s newest base was also celebrated in Bucharest. The Romanian capital will see four weekly flights on the city pair to Milan.

  • Ryanair used the last seven days to start operations at its newest base, Milan Malpensa (MXP). The average sector length of these four routes is 1,222 kilometres – with the longest route being the 1,514-kilometre sector to Seville (SVQ), while the shortest was the 932-kilometre link to London Stansted (STN). The average weekly frequency of the new routes was seven, still far higher than the ULCC’s average, but with its continued focus on business routes, this metric is creeping up slowly. See how Bucharest Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
02 Dec Milan Malpensa (MXP) Bucharest (OTP)

B738 (4)

Wizz Air (4)
01 Dec Comiso (CIY)

B738 (7)

London Stansted (STN)

B738 (14)

Seville (SVQ)

B738 (3)

Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 8 December.

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