Articles Tagged ‘Ryanair’
London and routes with significant VFR demand, like Athens and Naples, are “no brainers”, Nuremberg says. Redesigned incentive scheme will help.
Traffic will restore quickly, Ryanair boss says, while pricing will take to 2023-2024. Progressive airports will rebound faster; new Italy base coming.
Ryanair has a new top route this winter. In fact, ALL of its top-10 routes are now in Italy, with the ULCC’s filed domestic Italy seats up by 140% a week.
With the Boeing 737 MAX re-entry coming, we look at the crucial NGs. In this first part, it’s the -600 & -700; the -600 has just 0.30% of NG seats globally.
We look at Wizz Air’s most profitable airports. Two of its big airports aren’t in its most-profitable list, while others punch well above their weight.
What has been happening in Italy’s domestic market and why is it performing much better than others despite coronavirus? Enzo Zangrilli, owner of 1Aviation and former Commercial Director at Trieste Airports, looks into it.
Milan Bergamo had 13.9 million pax in 2019. And with ongoing development, we see what will drive the airport’s future together with key unserved routes.
Kate Sherry’s 10 years as Ryanair’s Director of Route Development will be helpful, with LCCs just 40,000 seats short of 10 million at Edinburgh last year.
We interview Dean Boljuncic about EIN’s development + future. The airport’s one-hour catchment has 7 million people + a 20% higher GDP than the Dutch avg.
Copenhagen – Bilbao is unserved with 22,000 pax, 18% YOY growth, 485,000+ searches, + a good avg fare. We look at who could operate it + likely performance.
Over eight in ten Air France flights are at Paris next week, with CDG having 143 of the carrier’s 173 international routes. Where’s top?
We look at Ryanair’s most profitable airports and see fast growth, strong dominance, and a number of surprises that help to better understand this ULCC.