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Old 12th Oct 2006, 01:14
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Ryanair - 3 http://www.pprune.org/forums/showthr...55#post2903355

Originally Posted by Leo Hairy-Camel View Post
Perhaps you're right, Brian. Have a look at what the Under Secretary of Policy at the US Department of Transportation has to say in this article.
Meanwhile, IALPA's list of cringworthy underachievements sinks to a new nadir.
Yep, the very same. 8.5 million shares at €3.05. Yesterday’s market close was at €2.87, which makes for a loss of €1.53 million on the first day.
WELL DONE, LADS! Glad I don’t listen to the Dwarf for my investment advice. Gee whiz, I hope all this jiggery-pokery doesn’t drive the shares south of €2.80 again and into the sweet spot. RYR might yet not need to improve upon their offer after all. Thanks heaps, Evan. You are to investment advice what Bob Ayling was to the higher aspirations of corporate lawyers everywhere. HEMLOCK.
More lies Leo as usual. Two different pensions that even reading this complete thread would have taught you. But then I figure you know it anyway and were happy to lie to a lazy audience.
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Old 12th Oct 2006, 07:24
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Ryanair - 3

The Ryanair - 3 thread is actually here:
http://www.pprune.org/forums/showthread.php?t=244938
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Old 12th Oct 2006, 14:35
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Ryanair Terminal in Bremen

Looks as if plans have been revealed for Ryanairs first self operated terminal. Images been posted in the "Airport Bremen Forum". The terminal provides five gates, six check in counters and an internal luggage hall. Maybe of some interest fore those who'll visit Bremen from April on.
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Old 12th Oct 2006, 17:50
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Whats happenned tio the new DUB routes?
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Old 12th Oct 2006, 17:51
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And about new Dublin routes? Today no annunce...
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Old 12th Oct 2006, 18:05
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Why the Ryanair MAD base in 2006?

I think that the reason of the creation of the Ryanair base in MAD this year relates with the future base of the Easyjet

Ryanair and easyJet with hub in Madrid

Ryanair hub in the airport of Madrid, goes to enter in operations from next day 22 to November. In this same height, the aerial company will go to invest to 167,5 million euros in the purchase of three Boeing 737-800 and 14 new routes, whose objectivo is to annually carry a million from passengers. For its turn, the company easyJet goes to initiate in the end of the chain month the creation of its “hub” which will have to be finished up to 16 of February it next year.
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Old 12th Oct 2006, 22:01
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I don't believe Ryanair's decision to base aircraft at Madrid was influenced by Easyjet.

AENA approached Ryanair, Ryanair listened to what they had to offer, liked what it was proposing, saw that there was money to be made, and decided to set up a base...
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Old 12th Oct 2006, 22:11
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Do you think a London route will come soon?
I would have thought RYR would have pushed harder for the slot.
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Old 13th Oct 2006, 11:20
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Seems as it is a double Stockholm ex DUB both VST and NYO appear on teh route map!
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Old 13th Oct 2006, 11:45
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There is a Warsaw there aswell!!
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WAW would be very interesting - thought the budget terminal had reached capacity, and that other tennants were screaming for more. MOL wants new airport on old airfield (about 35mls NE of Warsaw?), so what's he doing going to Chopin? Suppose he can't for theoretical projects any more than he can wait for the (perhaps no longer fictitious judging by their recent website updates) Don Quijote? Just another opportunity to good to miss?

Is Sweden back in favour then after recent election?
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Can the WAW route sustain LOT, AER lingus, Norwegian and Ryanair all operating on the same route?
 
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I doubt it but you can bet Ryanair will fill theire plane's.
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Old 13th Oct 2006, 14:43
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The new Dublin routes have disappeared again from the routemap. Looks like the announcement may have been postponed...
If Ryanair are going to fly to Warsaw, then they won't be long expanding from there. I bet Wizz and Centralwings won't be the happiest of campers
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Old 13th Oct 2006, 18:59
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Originally Posted by VanBosh View Post
There is a Warsaw there aswell!!
Did it show Warsaw or the existing Ryanair destination of Wroclaw?
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Old 13th Oct 2006, 19:20
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Rumors say that Ryanair will fly to Cyprus and Greece!
Can anybody confirm this?

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Old 13th Oct 2006, 19:23
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The route map definitely showed WARSAW. Although the dot was ominously in the extreme east of Poland, so maybe it's a different airport that they're going to refer to as Warsaw East

No, there was only the word "Warsaw" next to the dot, so it must be Warsaw.

PS - I think Ryanair should back the "Charlie Roy" charity. All donations welcome, and I won't even charge a credit card fee
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Old 13th Oct 2006, 19:36
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Originally Posted by phil_2405 View Post
Did it show Warsaw or the existing Ryanair destination of Wroclaw?
Indeed, Warsaw was shown briefly along Wroclaw and several other existing Polish destinations on Ryanair's map this afternoon. It was kind of blunder though and now again the "old" official destinations map is being shown, without WAW.
FR has in fact been interested in flying to Warsaw, but until recently it seemed to consider not Okecie but an old military base Modlin as its destination. However, the brief appearance of Warsaw on its map today suggests something different. Without any doubts Modlin will not be ready to accept FR planes in a few months, nor will be any other former military airport that could potentially be reshaped for civilian use (like Sochaczew to the West). So FR might indeed foresee using any of these intended-to-be lcc airports near Warsaw as its future base, but these not yet disclosed plans to fly to WAW can at present concern Okecie only, the main airport.
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Ryanair - Cyprus

Ananda - AD LINK! (Mod)
this might help, You need to skip first page though.
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I seem to remember some talk about Athens, but for some reason it would have ment giving up some slots at DUB and STN.
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