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Old 8th Dec 2015, 09:48
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FR have applied for 21 daily slots at CDG to serve Barcelona, Bergamo, Rome, Dublin, Lisbon, Madrid, Porto and Berlin Schönefeld with up to 3 daily on some routes. They have received 15 slots. Appears not been able to get ORY ones is the main driver.

Ryanair obtient une quinzaine de vols quotidiens à Roissy
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Old 12th Dec 2015, 20:12
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Anyone on this thread know if there is any press release planned at Belfast any time soon for the planned Ryanair return?
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Old 7th Jan 2016, 13:01
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Ryanair back at Belfast (Intl)

Ryanair will return to Belfast starting in March with a route to London Gatwick.

NEW ROUTE:
Belfast (BFS) - London Gatwick (LGW) starting March 27, 2016.

And it is understood it is considering at least six other destinations from the airport - potentially to sun and leisure destinations not currently served from the north.
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Old 12th Jan 2016, 14:15
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Travel Mole reports Ryanair adding summer 16 capacity to Malaga as follows:

Bournemouth 6 to 7 weekly
Bristol 3 to 4 weekly
East Midlands 13 to 15 weekly
Leeds 7 to 8 weekly
Liverpool 9 to 11 weekly
Manchester 12 to 14 weekly
Glasgow Prestwick 6 to 7 weekly
Stansted 20 to 22 weekly
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Old 12th Jan 2016, 16:28
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Originally Posted by LGS6753
Travel Mole reports Ryanair adding summer 16 capacity to Malaga as follows:

Bournemouth 6 to 7 weekly
Bristol 3 to 4 weekly
East Midlands 13 to 15 weekly
Leeds 7 to 8 weekly
Liverpool 9 to 11 weekly
Manchester 12 to 14 weekly
Glasgow Prestwick 6 to 7 weekly
Stansted 20 to 22 weekly

Brs is actually increased from 7 weekly to 9 per week
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Old 12th Jan 2016, 16:54
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More than 100 million passengers in 2015
Welcome to Ryanair!
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Old 14th Jan 2016, 16:39
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Timisoara will be base No 78 from November
Welcome to Ryanair!

FR announced following routes from TSR:
OTP 14/7
STN 7/7
BGY 5/7
CRL 3/7
SXF 2/7
NRN 2/7
HHN 2/7
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Old 14th Jan 2016, 17:22
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FR clearly on a fast expansion curve with new aircraft arriving.
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Old 14th Jan 2016, 19:30
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Timisoara

Announcing a new base and routes that will not start for another 10 months seems a little surprising - routes targeted at migrant labour don't usually get heavily booked up so far in advance. Is there perhaps some sort of pre-emptive land grab going on, to persuade another airline that opening up routes at Timisoara would be a bad idea ?
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Old 15th Jan 2016, 15:28
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Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today (15 Jan) announced further expansion to its Stansted Summer 2016 schedule.
A new route to Palanga in Lithuania.
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Old 15th Jan 2016, 16:38
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.... direct competition with Wizz?? Wizz currently only have 1 route from Palanga, guess where to...? Luton!!!
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Old 15th Jan 2016, 17:31
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Looks like Ryanair are going after Wizz with the last two announced routes/base.
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Old 15th Jan 2016, 18:11
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Is it still the case that one of the largest shareholders in Wizzair is also in RYR? Big dog eat small dog, or might there be a merger, or is someone hedging bets?
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Old 15th Jan 2016, 18:33
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Well Ryanair dropped Luton to Kaunas in favour of Vilnius from this summer putting them in competition with Wizz, meanwhile Wizz announced Palanga and quickly followed with their own Luton to Kaunas service, replacing Ryanair on the route. This also makes Wizz the only other scheduled airline to Kaunas other than Ryanair so it looks like the battle is hotting up between them, at least in Lithuanian skies.
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Old 16th Jan 2016, 10:34
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Originally Posted by Shamrock350
Well Ryanair dropped Luton to Kaunas in favour of Vilnius from this summer putting them in competition with Wizz, meanwhile Wizz announced Palanga and quickly followed with their own Luton to Kaunas service, replacing Ryanair on the route. This also makes Wizz the only other scheduled airline to Kaunas other than Ryanair so it looks like the battle is hotting up between them, at least in Lithuanian skies.
There isn't another 40 million PAX growth out there without taking this from the competition.
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Old 26th Jan 2016, 07:16
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Toulouse

RYR01 lands yesterday evening in TLS.

An Annoncement today

In French

Ryanair annonce une arrivée en force à Toulouse-Blagnac - 26/01/2016 - ladepeche.fr
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Old 26th Jan 2016, 07:48
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New routes

Ryanair, today (26 Jan) announced flights at Toulouse Blagnac (its 32nd French airport) with 7 routes to/from Berlin, Brussels, Fez, London Stansted, Madrid, Malta and Warsaw from November 2016.
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Old 26th Jan 2016, 09:15
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Will Carcassonne, Lourdes or (what's left of) Rodez now be de-emphasised ?
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Apparently Michael O'Leary is hosting a conference in Brussels tomorrow. Hopefully he'll include a new route to Glasgow / Prestwick at reasonable times. The only flights to Belgium from Scotland are from Edinburgh.
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Move on, nothing to see here....

en France, situé dans le Nord de Paris: l'aéroport de Beauvais-Tillé, qui dessert plus de soixante destinations. Il se hisse à la première place dans le classement des pires aéroports européens où passer la nuit et à la seconde au niveau international. Il se retrouve également dixième dans le classement des pires aéroports dans le monde (il occupait la 6e place en 2014).


La plupart des milliers de personnes qui sont passées par cette piste picarde déplorent l'absence de chaises, le manque d'amabilité du personnel et de confort des lieux, ainsi que des normes d'hygiène insuffisantes dans les toilettes. Certains se déclarent également surpris de la distance à parcourir jusqu'à la capitale (environ 75 kilomètres et 1h30 de navette ou de tramsport privé en moyenne). Quant à l'accès au wi-fi, il ne semble pas si simple.

Also postable in "Beauvais"


The gist - Beauvais has been voted the worst Airport in Europe for staying the night (formally it is closed 00.00 to 06.00). In addition, thousands of the respondants to the survey said the staff were rude, toilets were poor, etc.
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