Articles Tagged ‘BGY’
Ryanair launches new Yerevan from Milan Bergamo and Rome Ciampino; expands further in S20.
Winter 2019 sees Ryanair grow by just 4%. The #1 country market for growth is France with three new bases, and the east also stands out this winter.
Ryanair is to serve Armenia, its 40th country, with four routes. Will Armenia be the next Georgia for LCCs?
We have had water arch salutes from five contenders this week with three US-originating routes dominating.
Ryanair celebrates 25 years at Manchester; from daily Dublin, to becoming airport’s top airline with 12 based aircraft and 64 routes in S19
Ryanair has recently celebrated its 25-year anniversary of serving Manchester, where in 2018 the carrier offered 5.42 million two-way seats. anna.aero looks at how the carrier has expanded from the airport in recent years, going from two stationed aircraft in W11/12 when the base opened, to 12 units this summer.
Ryanair opens 99 new routes and inaugurates bases at London Southend and Bordeaux.
Ryanair launches 41 new routes between 31 March and 1 April – Tetouan is newest airport to join network.
Passenger traffic at Milan Bergamo continues to climb in 2019, with more people choosing to fly from the airport. The growth comes at a time when passenger satisfaction at the airport continues to improve, a result of the airport making investments of up to €450 million as part of its 2030 development plan.
Milan Bergamo has announced that from 1 September 2019, UK flag carrier British Airways will begin operations from the airport. Linking to London Gatwick, the oneworld member will offer six weekly flights using A320s, and gives a new business class option between Milan Bergamo and the UK capital.
Laudamotion introduces seven new routes from Stuttgart to destinations across Europe.
Having operated a successful series of flights over the festive period, Milan Bergamo can confirm that Vueling is to return for the Easter break with ad-hoc flights from Barcelona. With Barcelona being one of Milan Bergamo’s most popular routes, the flights add more opportunity to the pivotal airport pair.
Ryanair passenger numbers set to grow by 26% from Seville in 2018; 53 routes scheduled to be flown in S19; Budapest next to be added
In recent years, Ryanair has returned to rapid growth at Seville, with the ULCC expected to transport around 2.26 million passengers from the city this year. Jonathan Ford looks further into the airline’s recent expansion from the airport, including how its market share is developing, and how others are reacting.