Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
Ryanair continues to invest in the Swedish market by adding more destinations to Stockholm Arlanda and Göteborg Landvetter. These include Stockholm Arlanda to Barcelona, and Göteborg Landvetter to Kaunas. Meanwhile, Wizz Air continues to expand its network at Malmö Airport and increases service with a route to Sarajevo.
Ryanair has announced a new base opening at Newcastle Airport for summer 2022, with two based aircraft, 63 departing flights per week and 19 routes in total. This includes 12 new connections to destinations across Europe from March 2022.
Ryanair launched a new route from Münster/Osnabrück to Bari on 22 July 2021. Münster/Osnabrück Airport celebrated the inaugural flight with a traditional Fire Truck Water Arch. The route will be operated twice-weekly. Additionally, Ryanair will start a twice-weekly service from Münster/Osnabrück to Corfu at the beginning of August.
Ryanair has launched three new routes from George Best Belfast City Airport to Ibiza, Valencia, and Milan. The services complete Ryanair’s portfolio of routes from Belfast City Airport, with services to Alicante, Barcelona, Faro, Malaga, and Palma de Mallorca already in operation.
Milan Bergamo Airport is set to welcome the new Boeing 737-8200 this month, with airline partner Ryanair. The new aircraft will play a crucial role in the regrowth of passenger traffic in the Lombardy region. Meanwhile, Milan Bergamo Airport is also welcoming routes with easyJet, Eurowings and Blue Panorama.
Ryanair celebrated the launch of its biggest-ever summer schedule in Cyprus on 1 July 2021. Operating 36 routes from two airports, the summer 2021 schedule includes six new routes to Bologna, Bari, Corfu, Marseille, Rhodes and Venice Treviso – all from Paphos, and London Stansted and Vienna from Larnaca.
The new-look Teesside International Airport has been unveiled following completion of a multimillion-pound terminal redevelopment. Among the first passengers to use the new facilities were those on Ryanair’s inaugural service to Palma, Majorca, on 1 June 2021.
As the summer begins and restrictions lift, Milan Bergamo Airport is not only witnessing the hugely positive resumption of many routes on its network, but also welcoming new routes and a new airline to its portfolio, with the Italian gateway celebrating the arrival of easyJet to its airline rollcall last month.
With 77 destinations and 108 routes serving 21 countries, summer services from Bordeaux are gradually opening up and offering opportunities for travellers from south-west France. At present, 20 airlines have announced flights from Bordeaux Airport for the summer season.
Ryanair revealed on 6 May that it will base two 737-800s at Stockholm Arlanda from the start of the W21/22 season. While it has announced 21 routes, an analysis of the initial schedule shows that 49% of flying will be done on away-based aircraft, with room for more frequencies to be added.
As European airlines look to rebuild their networks and stimulate traffic, anna.aero looks at the largest markets in Northern Europe which were underserved by pan-European based low-cost airlines from the south of the continent pre-pandemic, with leisure being the market that is expected to rebound the quickest.
Ryanair’s jubilant Belfast City return; back after 11-year hiatus; switch from previous domestic network to European push in order to accommodate expected post-pandemic leisure boom
Last served by Ryanair in 2010, Belfast City Airport gains new routes with the airline to Italy, Portugal and Spain. anna.aero investigates how much capacity will be added by the ULCC at Belfast City this summer, plus how the competition is currently shaping up for S21 from Belfast International.