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Old 24th Jul 2007, 22:40
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* Belfast
* Brussels
* Bratislava
* Budapest
No Madrid?
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Old 24th Jul 2007, 22:46
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Funny that Ryanair's announcement that their Inverness, Aberdeen and Kaunas services are to be dropped have not been mentioned previously?
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Old 24th Jul 2007, 22:55
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Funny that Ryanair's announcement that their Inverness, Aberdeen and Kaunas services are to be dropped have not been mentioned previously?
Not mentioned where exactly, on this BB or by FR?
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Old 24th Jul 2007, 23:08
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Within this thread, as the news did emerge on the 19th July, and with FR being the largest player at LPL one would have thought it merited mention here as well as the FR thread.
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FR being the largest player at LPL
David, they have been that on only two (I believe) occassions, according to the CAA monthly stats. All other months its been EZY.
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Old 24th Jul 2007, 23:28
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Is Brussels likely?
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Old 24th Jul 2007, 23:30
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Is Brussels likely?
Ryanair said last year they aim to have Brussels and Frankfurt in place sooner or later from Liverpool.
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Old 24th Jul 2007, 23:32
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Cheers dwlpl

I thought at some point in the past Ryanair had fallen out somewhat with the Belgian authorities.
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Old 24th Jul 2007, 23:33
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At an FR press conference last August at CRL, they said that they would re-introduce the Liverpool route during the next CRL expansion. The "next Charleroi expansion" hasn't happened yet (due to uncertainties regarding the completion date of the new terminal), so maybe they'll reintroduce it with the current Liverpool winter reshuffle...

Hmmm... I'd say Brussels Charleroi is more possible than probable.
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Old 25th Jul 2007, 07:46
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At least one of the new route announcements today will concern Poland and to my knowledge it will be Lodz (or Łódź), the country's second-biggest city.
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I presume this will be either BHD - Lodz or LPL - Lodz. Would have thought that Brussels Charleroi, Madrid and Frankfurt HHN would be on the radar.

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Old 25th Jul 2007, 08:39
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I mean precisely LPL - LCJ (Lodz), it's not a guess, in a couple of hours we'll have an official news anyway.
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Old 25th Jul 2007, 11:31
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Belfast
30 Oct
Daily

Budapest
31 Oct
4 x week

Bydgoszcz (Poland)
28 Oct
2 x week

Fuerteventura
30 Oct
3 x week

Grenoble
22 Dec
1 x week

Lodz (Poland)
29 Oct
2 x week

Salzburg
22 Dec
1 x week

Tenerife
30 Oct
3 x week
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yeah i ve heard

Budapest
Fuertaventura
Tenerife
and would guess Salzberg will return as a winter destination
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FR being the largest player at LPL
David, they have been that on only two (I believe) occassions, according to the CAA monthly stats. All other months its been EZY.
Correction it was just the one month, April 2007 and by less than 1000 pax, since then EZY have gone back in front again.
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a quick question.

As far as i know RYR have 7 a/c based at LPL, with all the newly announced routes starting in late oct/ early nov are there plans to base anymore a/c at LPL?

if so how many? prob 1 or 2?

thanks for your help

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Old 22nd Aug 2007, 12:00
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As far as i know RYR have 7 a/c based at LPL, with all the newly announced routes starting in late oct/ early nov are there plans to base anymore a/c at LPL?
Some of the routes that are to be flown are as a result of halting some others.
Stockholm, Valencia and Madrid are flown by aircraft based at those airports.

As for more based FR aircraft at Liverpool, not as yet.
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Thanks for the info dwlpl,

I was referring to these routes:

From Liverpool
Starts
Frequency

Belfast
30 Oct
Daily

Budapest
31 Oct
4 x week

Bydgoszcz (Poland)
28 Oct
2 x week

Fuerteventura
30 Oct
3 x week

Grenoble
22 Dec
1 x week

Lodz (Poland)
29 Oct
2 x week

Salzburg
22 Dec
1 x week

Tenerife
30 Oct
3 x week

non of which are RYR bases so I presume they must be operated out of LPL, and as they are only canceling Inverness and Aberdeen services I thought they would require the services of an extra a/c or 2 to cover these flights?

I'm just curious to know as i was also under the impression that the reason why RYR have not expanded LPL already was due to contractual negotiations with the LPL management, i.e. RYR not willing to pay as much as LPL want, the usual RYR thing.

for give me if i'm wrong.

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As I said above, its stopping other routes in order to operate the new routes.

From memory the routes stopping are to Inverness, Aberdeen, Ancona, Bergerac, Nimes, Santander, Kaunas and Santiago.

As for more based aircraft, no more at present.
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