Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair Weeze’

Ryanair celebrates 5 years at Weeze base with 7 new routes; over 2 million passengers handled last year

Ryanair celebrates 5 years at Weeze base with 7 new routes; over 2 million passengers handled last year

After cutting back flights and capacity in 2011, Ryanair is once more growing at its second biggest base in Germany. Which routes had the highest (and lowest) load factors last year, which destinations are served this summer, and which airports are no longer served from the airport close to the Dutch border?

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?

airberlin adds a dozen new routes from its Düsseldorf base; will serve 77 destinations this summer in 25 countries

airberlin adds a dozen new routes from its Düsseldorf base; will serve 77 destinations this summer in 25 countries

Germany’s two major airlines go head-to-head at Düsseldorf but which are airberlin’s leading country markets from the airport? Which new routes has it added since last summer and what sort of niche routes does it operate?


Weeze tops European airport growth table for 2008; Ryanair now has six based aircraft

Article Thumbnail: Airport FocusAlthough located in Germany Weeze Airport now attracts more Dutch passengers than Germans. Ryanair now offers over 30 destinations but which are the most popular routes? And which had the highest load factors in November?

Ryanair increases Weeze network from six to 21 routes in less than a year; up to 33 by end of 2008

Logo: Market Trends EURyanair’s operations at Weeze (not too far from Dűsseldorf) have expanded quickly in the last year. We take a look at monthly load factors by route since the beginning of 2007. Which routes have performed best and which new route is struggling badly?