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Old 19th Oct 2006, 18:45
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Aid: Which is the airplane that makes Riga-Tampere?

I can’t find out the airplane that makes the shunting line between Riga and Tampere.
Flights plan
Base Flight Start Arrival Stop Flight Start Arrival
Tampere
BRE Bremen....................FR3606 - 10:00 - 13:10 - 00:25 - FR3607 - 13:35 - 14:50
DUB Dublin......................FR852 --- 07:30 - 12:45 - 00:25 - FR853 --- 13:35 - 14:50
HHN Frankfurth (Hahn)......FR1921 - 12:55 - 16:30 - 00:25 - FR1922 - 16:55 - 18:25
LPL Liverpool....................FR9612 - 13:20 - 18:15 - 00:25 - FR9613 - 18:40 - 19:40
STN Londres (Stansted)....FR2192 - 06:10 - 10:55 - 00:25 - FR2193 - 11:20 - 12:15
STN Londres (Stansted)....FR2194 - 17:50 - 22:30 - 00:25 - FR2195 - 22:55 - 23:45
RIX Riga..........................FR2734 - 19:45 - 20:50 - 00:25 - FR2735 - 21:15 - 22:20


Riga
BRE Bremen....................FR3602 - 10:00 - 13:00 - 00:45 - FR3603 - 13:45 - 14:50
DUB Dublin......................FR1976 - 16:05 - 21:05 - 00:25 - FR1977 - 21:30 - 21:35
HHN Frankfurth (Hahn) .....FR4372 - 10:00 - 13:20 - 00:25 - FR4373 - 13:45 - 15:00
LPL Liverpool...................FR9606 - 06:05 - 10:50 - 00:25 - FR9607 - 11:15 - 12:05
PIK Glasgow (Prestwick)..FR7646 - 17:20 - 22:15 - 00:25 - FR7647 - 22:40 - 23:30
STN Londres (Stansted)...FR2644 - 06:05 - 10:40 - 00:25 - FR2645 - 11:05 - 11:40
STN Londres (Stansted)...FR2642 - 14:45 - 19:20 - 00:25 - FR2643 - 19:45 - 20:20
NYO Stockholm..............FR1962 - 15:45 - 17:50 - 00:25 - FR1963 - 18:15 - 18:20
TMP Tampere.................FR2734 - 19:45 - 20:50 - 00:25 - FR2735 - 21:15 - 22:20

The possible routes had been announced in July of 2004 to start in November.
This study is concerned with a solution that would serve both parts Galiza and the north of Portugal.
The route that I sugest would be MAD-OPO-SCQ-OPO-MAD as Tampere. A lot off Gallegos come to embark at the AFSC airport. TAP launched a free bus transport from Vigo to the Airport Francisco Sá Carneiro, for eight destinations. Sometimes with two buses a day and even a daily public express bus. Can see map on http://www.agentestapbrasil.com.br/i...apaGalicia.jpg
A lot of people from Galiza come to AFSC airport embark to Ibéria flights OPO-MAD, which are cheaper than SCQ-MAD.
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Old 19th Oct 2006, 19:12
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Low-cost airlines plan flights to Bulgaria

LOW-COST AIRLINES PLAN FLIGHTS TO BULGARIA
13:00 Wed 11 Oct 2006

A number of low-cost air companies would start operating on Bulgaria’s market in a few months, Dnevnik daily reported.
Four low-cost companies had already declared their intention to start flying to Bulgaria after January 1 2007 when the country joins the EU and the aviation market will be liberalised.
Italian Myair announced on October 10 that it would fly from Sofia to Bologne, Italian news agency ANSA said, as quoted by Dnevnik. Ireland’s Ryanair, the UK’s Easy Jet and Germany’s German Wings already presented a flight schedule to Sofia airport, Dnevnik said. A number of air companies have applied to fly to Bulgaria’s Bourgas airport.
Low-cost companies’ access to Bulgaria was stopped in the past few years in a bid to strengthen Bulgaria’s national flag carrier Bulgaria Air.
Currently only two low-cost companies fly to Bulgaria, Dnevnik said. Their shortcomings were that they landed at remote airports and the flight times were inconvenient, according to Dnevnik.
Bulgaria’s aviation market was becoming more attractive to air companies, Dnevnik said. Its earnings were 400 to 500 million euro a year.

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Old 19th Oct 2006, 19:28
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Originally Posted by caja View Post
I can’t find out the airplane that makes the shunting line between Riga and Tampere.

Its operated by a plane from stansted!
stn-rix-tmp-rix-stn
14.45-19.20 (stn-rix)
19.45-20.50 (rix-tmp)
21.15-22.20 (tmp-rix)
22.45-23.20 (rix-stn)
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Old 20th Oct 2006, 01:42
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From the ryanair website as of 1st November you can be pre boarded at a cost of 3 euros per pax. Families with chidren have to wait in line with the rest of the pax unless you have paid the money.
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Old 20th Oct 2006, 10:35
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So now you willl have to pay to sit with your own children .
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Old 20th Oct 2006, 12:27
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Ryanair online check-in

Charging for online check-in makes no sense. If everyone checked in online, they wouldn't have to open a check-in desk, and would save a lot of money (as far as I know it costs around €60,000 just to open one check-in desk for one flight at Dublin Airport). It is far too expensive, €6 for a return trip. As has been said in a previous post, if there is a family with three children they will be landed with an extra bill of €30. People will simply not pay this and will just use check-in desks.
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Old 20th Oct 2006, 13:21
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"€60,000 for one check-in desk for one flight"? Let's do a quick sanity check, shall we? If this were true, a flight with 180 passengers paying €200 each (total revenue €36,000) can't even cover the costs for check-in, not to mention the actual aircraft operating costs? I don't think so. Try "€60,000 for a dedicated check-in desk for a year" and you might be closer, though I don't know the precise rent figures for DUB.

And secondly, unless I'm mistaken, Ryanair is not charging for online check-in. They are giving people who check in online the option of paying for pre-boarding. So this isn't going to automatically drive people to check in in person.
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Old 20th Oct 2006, 13:26
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€60,000 sounds a bit much, it works out at over €300 per passenger...

You'll never do away with check-in desks entirely. Aside from the fact that they'll be needed to take the luggage of internet passengers, you'll also find that when people are away from home that they won't always have internet access.

Eventually, you may be able to move to mobile phone based check in and a virtual boarding card that arrives as a text message, but that will be a long time off yet.
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Old 20th Oct 2006, 14:10
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€60,000 per check in per flight?!?!?! I remember years ago at PIK there was the famous figure of 1p per pax which seemed to be a pretty accurate figure. Thats the airport charging Ryanair Ł0.01 per passenger for check in, security, baggage screening, special assistance if required. This figure may be even less at certain airports, given the unbending nature of Ryanair's negotiating style.

The debate about charging for pre-boarding is raging in the Pax and SLF forum at the moment.

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Old 20th Oct 2006, 18:07
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FR offer document for EI ...

Here it is:

www.ise.ie/app/announceme...ID=1322544

The phrase "comes out swinging" jumps to mind. It doesn't pull any punches; it doesn't come across as "stock exchange" language, if there is such a thing; it's very much fluent Ryanairese ... EI is a minnow, we're big, we can make things happen for EI; they can benefit from being on board, in terms of developing long haul and reducing their cost base.

There is the statement that FR will continue to grow at DUB, with or without the plan to sell EI being successful and it does state that EI's fare is nearly twice FR's. I'm thinking, "if this doesn't go through, we'll tighten the vice, bit by bit ..."

Since this is aimed at the 32% or so of shareowners who haven't yet made a decision, it will make particularly interesting reading for them.

I think there is another issue which needs to be considered and that is that, unlike EI, FR is not afraid to be controversial (yes, very often to a fault and often gratuitously and unnecessarily), BUT very often necessarily and in situations where EI is STILL, despite its privatised, rather hidebound and timid. DM, with all due respect to him, comes across as being a bit too nice, an ideal choice as the CEO of EI, when WW left - since he wasn't likely to rock the boat. Quite apart from being "weathervaned" by the unions, I wonder how much the govt fears getting a regular, public bollocking from FR; the DAA is clearly getting it (and deservedly so), but it will be interesting to see how the govt puts up with it; they can gag EI quite effectively and have always done so, but they won't do it to FR.

In that sense, I think this will be an extremely good thing, not just for Irish airlines, but for the economy generally, because if there is one area of Irish govt policy that needs a good 200,000 volts passed through at regular occasions, it's aviation. If they won't take an interest in aviation policy of their own volition, the combined FR/EI can "incentivise" them on a regular basis ...
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Old 20th Oct 2006, 21:52
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Two Ryanair notices

Ryanair was posted two Ryanair notices in your site.
1ª - Stansted Paralysed - Baa Cannot Cope - About caos today in Stansted airport. 34 Ryanair flights had been delayed

2ª - Aer Lingus offer doc to be published next Monday (23 Oct. 06) - Important it's about the Ryanair take over (18 pages)
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Old 20th Oct 2006, 22:00
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charges

Ryanair get most of the stick over additional charges. EI are presently advertising JFK for 100 euro. Inc taxes charges and surcharges it works out at 350euro return. Some difference. 3 euro online charge pointless unless you're on a very tight schedule.
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Old 21st Oct 2006, 12:49
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When will be go on sale new frequencies from DUB to SXF, CIA, AGP and FAO?

From Ryanair press relase (04/09/2006):

INCREASED FREQUENCIES FROM SUMMER 2007
DUBLIN - BERLIN Daily to double daily
DUBLIN - ROME Daily to double daily
DUBLIN - MALAGA 5 per week to 8 per week
DUBLIN - FARO 3 per week to 7 per week
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Old 21st Oct 2006, 15:45
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Interestingly, all current EI routes ...

Have a look at this attachment from Finfacts, basically it looks like an ultimatum. "Either we do it the easy way (we proceed with plan to buy EI) or we do it the hard way (we expand significantly at DUB next year and bury EI). Either way, we'll win".

http://www.finfacts.com/irelandbusin...10007745.shtml
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Old 21st Oct 2006, 16:13
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This must be a nightmare situation developing in Dublin. The possibility of Ryanair a near monopoly operator for the whole of Southern Ireland.

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Old 21st Oct 2006, 16:46
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Hello. Im new over here

Just a Question, does anyone knows where ryanair will open new bases, and when?

Thanks
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Old 21st Oct 2006, 17:05
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According to various rumours in the press, the current potential candidate Ryanair bases are:
  • Riga
  • Oporto
  • Alghero
  • Murcia
  • Lyon
  • Bournemouth
  • Malta
  • Wroclaw / Krakow / Warsaw
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Old 21st Oct 2006, 18:32
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According to what Ryanair have said earlier this year, then it is possible that they might announce one more base before the end of 2006.
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Old 21st Oct 2006, 19:07
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Eindhoven has also been rumoured as a new Ryanair base too! Not heard about Lyon though thought that was easyJet.


Originally Posted by Charlie Roy
jds

According to various rumours in the press, the current potential candidate Ryanair bases are:
Riga
Oporto
Alghero
Murcia
Lyon
Bournemouth
Malta
Wroclaw / Krakow / Warsaw
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Old 21st Oct 2006, 19:14
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Ya, Eindhoven is certainly on Ryanair's base wish list, but legal restrictions on (weekend) operational hours have not been overcome yet...

Indeed, before choosing Madrid as their latest base, Easyjet were also in negotiations with Lyon.

Ryanair are also in negotiations with Lyon airport at the moment. Whether a base will come of it or not is another question. Lyon's new Marseille-style-super-low-cost terminal is nearing completion...
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