Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair Bremen’

Ryanair calls Nein, Nein, Nein on German expansion

Ryanair calls Nein, Nein, Nein on German expansion

Ryanair is axing more German flights and routes next summer as a result of the government ‘eco-tax’. Which country markets will suffer most? Which airport will see the biggest cuts and how much is its German capacity likely to be down by next summer? And is Altenburg the next Friedrichshafen?

Germany: Ryanair increases Bremen traffic by 50% thanks to 21 new routes

Germany: Ryanair increases Bremen traffic by 50% thanks to 21 new routesRyanair has just celebrated the first anniversary of its Bremen base and has helped the airport’s traffic grow by 30% to 2.2 million in 2007. Which routes have generated the highest load factors and most passengers? Which routes have been dropped and which routes are struggling to assert themselves? What’s new in 2008? We reveal all!

Ryanair helping Bremen back to profitability

Ryanair helping Bremen back to profitabilityNow that Ryanair has been operating for six months at Bremen which routes have delivered and which routes have struggled? Which new route was introduced in a hurry when capacity on another route had to be cut? With three aircraft now based there what is Ryanair’s share of Bremen traffic? What has happened to the other airlines there?


Ryanair brings benefits to Bremen

Article Thumbnail: Base AnalysisRyanair chose Bremen as its second base in Germany after Frankfurt Hahn. anna.aero reveals how the routes performed in their first month and what action Ryanair has already taken. Which routes have the lowest and highest fares for imminent travel? How much has Ryanair stimulated new traffic and how much has it taken from other carriers?