Articles Tagged ‘Frankfurt Hahn’

Ryanair announces Venice Treviso base, its 15th in Italy

Ryanair announces Venice Treviso base, its 15th in Italy

Ryanair reveals Treviso as its next base with 18 routes coming for 45 in S21. Treviso is the ULCC’s 28th largest airport and biggest remaining non-base.

Wizz Air announces 26 new routes (and one restart); almost 200 new routes for this summer

Wizz Air announces 26 new routes (and one restart); almost 200 new routes for this summer

With another 27 routes revealed, including eight from Bucharest, eight from Varna, and three from Odesa, we look at the carrier’s summer plans.

German domestic traffic down 2.1% in July; European traffic up 6.1% overall, 11-12% in Berlin and Munich

German domestic traffic down 2.1% in July; European traffic up 6.1% overall, 11-12% in Berlin and Munich

What do the latest airport traffic statistics for July tell us about the German market? Which airports are growing and which are shrinking in 2011? What has been the effect of the ‘eco-tax’ on those airports specialising in low-cost operations such as Cologne/Bonn, Frankfurt Hahn and Weeze?


Ryanair's Frankfurt Hahn base shrinking gradually; average weekly frequency of routes plummets 60% since 2003

Ryanair’s Frankfurt Hahn base shrinking gradually; average weekly frequency of routes plummets 60% since 2003

Hahn is Ryanair’s second oldest base in mainland Europe (after Charleroi) and it has launched over 80 routes from the German airport. But when did it reach its peak? How quickly is it shrinking and which new routes (all to the same country) began this summer? Which routes are served this summer and at what […]

Ryanair responds to German air travel tax by cutting 30% of flights at Frankfurt Hahn next summer; nine routes axed

Ryanair responds to German air travel tax by cutting 30% of flights at Frankfurt Hahn next summer; nine routes axed

And so it begins. Ryanair, never afraid to respond to changing market conditions, has announced cuts at its Hahn base. But which routes will be lost next year, and which were lost (and gained) between 2009 and 2010?

OpenSkies heads for Washington, Norwegian for Helsinki, Jet Airways for Johannesburg and easyJet for Pristina; Frontier beats Ryanair for new route announcements

OpenSkies heads for Washington, Norwegian for Helsinki, Jet Airways for Johannesburg and easyJet for Pristina; Frontier beats Ryanair for new route announcements

A fascinating batch of new route announcements this week ranging from new inter-continental services from Jet Airways and OpenSkies to niche UK domestic routes using Jetstream 31s. But which new route has riled Flybe and is airBaltic off to Iran or not?