Ryanair launches a mammoth 38 new routes this week

Ryanair launches a mammoth 38 new routes this week

Bratislava Airport Aviation Director Stanislav Bujnovsky, Ryanair’s Olga Pawlonka, Isreali Ambassador Zvi Aviner Vapni and Bratislava Airport CEO Ivan Trhlik are present at the cake cutting of Ryanair‘s Bratislava – Eilat Ovda route on 2 November.

Ryanair launches a mammoth 38 new routes this week

Hola Espana! Ryanair has added three new Spanish destinations to its flight plan from Berlin Schönefeld, including its thrice-weekly service to Seville which started this week. Getting in the mood with flamenco dancers are: Johannes Mohrmann, Senior Manager Key Account and Business Development, Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg (middle) and Markus Leopold, Marketing & Sales Executive DACH & Hungary, Ryanair (far right), with the Flamenco dance company with Laura la Risa.

Ryanair launches a mammoth 38 new routes this week

Magnificent Seven. Seville was one of seven Spanish airports which received new services from Ryanair over the last seven days. Launched on 1 November, Seville is now connected thrice-weekly to Berlin Schönefeld.

  • Ryanair, Europe’s biggest airline, launched 38 new routes from multiple bases during the past week, starting 23 routes on 1 November, five on 2 November, six on 3 November and four on 4 November. The average city pair length of the new sectors was 1,700 kilometres, with the shortest being the Hamburg (HAM) to Brussels (BRU) service at 480 kilometres, and the longest being the 3,988-kilometre route between Oslo Torp (TRF) and Gran Canaria (LPA). Only 13 of the 38 routes will see the ULCC encounter head-to-head competition, with the fiercest in terms of competing weekly frequencies being on the Madrid (MAD) to Toulouse (TLS) sector, where Iberia offers 32 weekly frequencies. The average weekly frequency of Ryanair 38 new routes is 3.9, with eight flown at least daily.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
1 Nov Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) Seville (SVQ) B738 (3)
Brussels Charleroi (CRL) Toulouse (TLS) B738 (7)
Dublin (DUB) Sofia (SOF) B738 (3)
Fez (FEZ) Toulouse (TLS) B738 (2) Air Arabia Maroc (1)
Glasgow (GLA) Lanzarote (ACE) Thomas Cook Airlines (4), Jet2.com (3), Thomson Airways (1)
Hamburg (HAM) Brussels (BRU) B738 (14) Brussels Airlines (18)
Gran Canaria (LPA) B738 (3) Condor (4), airberlin (2), Norwegian (2)
London Stansted (STN) Hamburg (HAM) B738 (14)
Olsztyn Mazury (SZY) B738 (3)
Toulouse (TLS) B738 (7)
Madrid (MAD) B738 (14) Iberia (32)
Malta (MLA) Nuremburg (NUE) B738 (2)
Manchester (MAN) Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) B738 (7) easyJet (10)
Milan/Bergamo (BGY) Gdansk (GDN) B738 (3) Wizz Air (2)
Nis (INI) B738 (2)
Timisoara (TSR) B738 (5) Wizz Air (5)
Nuremberg (NUE) Budapest (BUD) B738 (7)
Manchester (MAN)
Porto (OPO) Luxembourg (LUX) B738 (5) Luxair (6), easyJet (4), TAP Portugal (4)
Tenerife South (TFS) Newcastle (NCL) B738 (2) Jet2.com (3), Thomas Cook Airlines (3), Thomson Airways (3), easyJet (2)
Vilnius (VNO) Berlin Schönefeld (SXF) B738 (3)
Warsaw Modlin (WMI) Newcastle (NCL) B738 (2)
Wroclaw (WRO) Madrid (MAD)
2 Nov Lanzarote (ACE) Newcastle (NCL) Jet2.com (3), Thomas Cook Airlines (2), Thomson Airways (1)
Malta (MLA) Valencia (VLC)
Warsaw Modlin (WMI) Belfast International (BFS)
Porto (OPO)
Toulouse (TLS)
3 Nov Bratislava (BTS) Eilat Ovda (VDA)
Malta (MLA) Toulouse (TLS)
Oslo Torp (TRF) Gran Canaria (LPA) Norwegian (2)
Poznan (POZ) Alicante (ALC) B738 (1)
Rome Fiumicino (FCO) Lanzarote (ACE) Vueling (1)
Valencia (VLC) Craiova (CRA) B738 (2)
4 Nov Bratislava (BTS) Nis (INI)
Frankfurt Hahn (HHN) Tangier (TNG)
Leeds Bradford (LBA) Bratislavia (BTS)
Vilnius (VNO)
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 8 November.

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