Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair base’
The “best, most and worst” Ryanair airports 2007-17; 2,800 air services, from over 250 airports including 80+ bases
Ryanair is Europe’s leading (U)LCC and the regular winner of anna.aero awards for most routes launched each year. But this week, we focus on which of its 80-plus bases have seen the lowest and highest turnover of routes during the last decade. Plus we identify 24 airports which have only ever had one Ryanair service.
Ryanair to open Naples base in S17; 17 new routes with three aircraft but only indirect competition on two routes with easyJet
Ryanair is expanding in Italy. Next summer will the airline launch its first ever routes to Naples and open a three aircraft base. We reveal the overlap with easyJet routes, the growth of the airport in the last 20 years and which are the leading airlines in 2016.
anna.aero joins Nuremberg Airport to celebrate Ryanair’s base opening
anna.aero was kindly invited by Christian Käser, Head of Aviation Marketing Business Development, Nuremberg Airport, to welcome the arrival of Ryanair’s first based 737-800 at the German airport. Take a closer look to see how the events of 2 November unfolded.
Ryanair’s Italian base closures analysed; we reveal which routes to Alghero and Pescara will survive into W16/17
Ryanair recently announced that its bases at Alghero and Pescara will close at the end of the S16 season. We look at the number of destinations served by the airline from these airports over the last decade and which routes have been spared the axe.
Ryanair to make Corfu Airport its fourth Greek base from April 2016
Ryanair will open its 75th base next summer, at Corfu Airport in Greece. We look at the history of the airline’s operations at the airport including which routes it has dropped. Plus a look at the airport’s extreme seasonality profile.
Ryanair growing again in Madrid, its sixth biggest base; over 70 routes launched since 2006 but over 30 dropped
Ryanair has its sixth biggest base at Europe’s sixth busiest airport. We reveal which routes have been started there since 2006, which routes have been dropped and when the airline’s operations peaked in Madrid.
Ryanair makes Berlin base 73 and adds 16 routes for W15/16; going head-to-head with easyJet on over half of all new routes
Ryanair’s new base in Berlin is a clear indication that the carrier is now going after easyJet. We reveal which routes Ryanair has failed to make work from Berlin in the past, as well as which easyJet routes it will be competing head-on with.
Ryanair makes Bratislava base 71 but adds only one new route in S15
Ryanair has made the Slovak capital its 71st base and will station two aircraft at the airport next summer. We examine the history of the airline’s operations at the airport and how next summer’s programme compares with previous years.
Ryanair makes Lisbon base number 65; now #3 after TAP and easyJet
Less than two months after starting flights to the Portuguese capital, Ryanair has announced that Lisbon will become a full-blown base starting in April, with the addition of four new routes. Initially just a single 737-800 will be based there helping the airline to grab a 6% share of the airport’s weekly seat capacity.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport sold to Scottish government for £1
Renationalising airports seems to be catching on in the UK. First Cardiff and now Glasgow Prestwick have returned to public ownership in 2013. We examine Prestwick’s traffic development in the last 20 years, and reveal what Ryanair, the airport’s only scheduled airline at present, has been doing to help traffic grow 9% in 2013.
Ryanair reveals 12 new routes from London Stansted
After last week’s announcement in Dublin, Ryanair has revealed 12 new routes for London Stansted, though four of them had previously been announced. The airline returns to Osijek in Croatia, while several airports see a doubling of Ryanair destinations. Increases in frequency on 17 other routes will see Ryanair adding 20 daily flights from its […]
Ryanair reveals nine new routes from Dublin Airport; Bucharest makes first ever appearance, while Basel and Prague are back in favour
Ryanair’s route network from Dublin is to return to growth in 2014 – by almost 10% –following the scrapping of the €3 per passenger air travel tax.