Articles Tagged ‘MRS’
Marseille added dozens of new routes in 2019, including to two Moscow airports. Ryanair’s new base in 2019 has resulted in fast seat and route growth.
Air France announces Algeria expansion; adds Paris to Chennai from S20.
Air Senegal launches three-weekly services to Marseille from Dakar, with onwards service to Barcelona.
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.
Ethiopian Airlines launches year round services to Marseille via Milan Malpensa.
Aeroflot launched its recent venture into Europe through a direct flight between Moscow Sheremetyevo to Marseille.
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 launches 41 new routes between 31 March and 1 April – Tetouan is newest airport to join network.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Lauda, the new name of Laudamotion, has confirmed 21 new routes from Vienna for W19/20, including Agadir, Birmingham, Liverpool and Münster. More news also from Ryanair which has confirmed it will add Kharkiv and Odessa in Ukraine to its network in June.
Budapest Airport welcomes the announcement that Ryanair will commence two further new routes during W19/20, as the Irish ultra-low-cost carrier confirms it will launch links to Lisbon and Porto, becoming the airline’s 43rd and 44th routes from the Hungarian gateway.
Madagascar capacity jumps 33% over past 10 years; domestic routes lead growth in 2018; Mauritius top international destination
There were 2.11 million two-way seats available on all flights serving Madagascar in 2018, up 8.9% on the previous year. The African Island nation has seen a 33% boost in available seats over the past 10 years, with four consecutive years of growth since 2014. Nick Preston takes a look at recent network trends.
Ryanair launches 45 more routes – only five face direct competition from other carriers.