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Old 10th Feb 2016, 17:08
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Based aircraft at SXF will be increased from current 5 to 9.

FR said with those new bases and routes out of SXF, HAM, NUE and CGN their market share in Germany will be increased from the current 5 per cent to 10 per cent. In the next 5 years FR plans to increase its market share to 20 per cent.

German bases; might be that aircrafts from NRN and HHN will be moved to main airports going forward

SXF 9
NRN 7
HHN 6
CGN 3
BRE 3
HAM 2
FKB 2
NUE 1

I expect STR to be the next battle ground (germanwings/eurowings base). HAJ is also possible but owned by Fraport which might not like to see FR.
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Old 12th Feb 2016, 07:54
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Originally Posted by aer lingus View Post
That must be one of the dumbest comments ever CSAneggar
Badly worded I admit but what I was referring to was that this thread seems like FR propaganda.

Is everyone here employed by FR and FR are using this as free advertising?
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Old 12th Feb 2016, 08:57
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CSA - I am most definitely not employed by Ryanair. I know there's little on this thread about how Ryanair give poor customer service or how they treat their staff badly - but most people on this thread know this already and find it dull to read about it again. Discusing what's changing about an airline or airport makes for interesting reading; hearing about yet another person being charged a fortune for checking in a suitcase is rather repetitive. Admittedly there are some fan-boys with the odd fantasy post how they desperately want routes from their local (tiny) airport to places all over Europe - best ignored.

If you want to talk about your experience as a passenger, it might be worth looking at one of the other threads. People working for Ryanair tend to discuss their employment T&Cs in an alternate thread as well.

I don't mean to be overly negative - we are interested to hear what you have to say about Ryanair as long as it's not repeating something that has been said multiple times before.

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Old 12th Feb 2016, 09:57
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I also don't work for Ryanair but love to follow the twists and turns the ups and downs of a brilliant company who has come such a long way in such a short time I fly with many airlines short and long haul and Im slightly disappointed with your wording DAVIDJOHNSON (how Ryanair give poor customer service) this is not my experience not by far I have had poorer customer service from BA and the worst customer service and oldest dirtiest Aircraft I have ever been on is Virgin Atlantic give me Ryanair with new aircraft friendly crew brilliant on time record and excellent flight departure times any day some people hate them but I for one love to fly Ryanair.
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Old 12th Feb 2016, 14:29
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Badly worded I admit but what I was referring to was that this thread seems like FR propaganda.

Is everyone here employed by FR and FR are using this as free advertising?
I think you misunderstood the purpose of the forum. This is the Ryanair thread in the Airlines, Airports & Routes forum.

A high percentage of the posts are therefore likely to relate to routes Ryanair are flying.

If you would prefer to see posts about routes other airlines are flying you'll find the appropriate threads are elsewhere in the forum.
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Old 15th Feb 2016, 15:28
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Thanks Jorik,

I meant will the next winter schedule replicate this winter's schedule? Primarily in terms of frequency, 5x weekly is fine and gives enough choice. I try to plan and book as far in advance as possible.

Thanks
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 12:20
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NEW BASE : BUCHAREST (N81)

New route : Lisbon to Berlin/SXF
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 15:04
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Does anybody know of any new routes being launched by Ryanair from Glasgow Airport this year
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 17:03
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Bucharest will get 3 aircrafts and new daily routes to ATH and double daily to TSR
Welcome to Ryanair!

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Old 16th Feb 2016, 18:01
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New route:

Porto-Warsaw (Modlin)
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 18:28
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One additional aircraft for ATH (6 in total) and new routes to Bucharest, Sofia, Mykonos (each daily), Bologna (4 weekly), Malta (3 weekly) und Dublin (twice weekly) for the winter 16/17
http://corporate.ryanair.com/news/ne...nas/?market=gr
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 18:50
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What's the significance of EI-SEV operating DUB-CWL-BTS this evening on an apparent training flight ? CWL has hardly any FR flights (at the moment anyway ...)
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 19:20
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What is the likelihood of Ryanair adding additional routes to the weekly TFS flight ex CWL ??

The load factors on the TFS flight have been very high throughout, be great to see LPA or FUE added
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 21:01
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Never heard of the mighty 700 carrying out any form of route type training before. Usually only base training, management shuttle or real emergency commercial duties. Maybe some management types keeping current. Most base training done at EMA but EMA is busy and CWL could be a good fit for training.

Lots of new bases announced again and lots of places being looked at. Lots of new aircraft coming. Have it on very good authority there is more in the pipeline for CWL but no timescale. Depends on other opportunities and company concerned about EU situation and UK. One thing that I know for sure though is that there is at least one CWL sympathiser high up in FR.
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 21:13
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STN returning to SXB?

Could anyone in scheduling advise me if the STN-SXB route is likely to return this summer ... or next winter? Many thanks for your help.
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 21:13
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Nice new route ATH - Mykonos wounded if we will see a LON - Mykonos
Easyjet charge a fortune for this route from the UK.
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 21:21
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FR have refitted the 700 aircraft with 60 business class seats, anyone know what plans they have for it.

They also got another one of those smaller L Jet
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 21:23
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Originally Posted by CheekyVisual View Post
Never heard of the mighty 700 carrying out any form of route type training before. Usually only base training, management shuttle or real emergency commercial duties. Maybe some management types keeping current. Most base training done at EMA but EMA is busy and CWL could be a good fit for training.

Lots of new bases announced again and lots of places being looked at. Lots of new aircraft coming. Have it on very good authority there is more in the pipeline for CWL but no timescale. Depends on other opportunities and company concerned about EU situation and UK. One thing that I know for sure though is that there is at least one CWL sympathiser high up in FR.
Well I hope along with thousands more that FR will see the potential that CWL has to offer....and hope we see some new FR flights on that departure board pretty soon.
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Old 16th Feb 2016, 21:27
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Originally Posted by CheekyVisual View Post
Never heard of the mighty 700 carrying out any form of route type training before. Usually only base training, management shuttle or real emergency commercial duties. Maybe some management types keeping current. Most base training done at EMA but EMA is busy and CWL could be a good fit for training.

Lots of new bases announced again and lots of places being looked at. Lots of new aircraft coming. Have it on very good authority there is more in the pipeline for CWL but no timescale. Depends on other opportunities and company concerned about EU situation and UK. One thing that I know for sure though is that there is at least one CWL sympathiser high up in FR.
Bold claims there CV. Knowing FR they'd use CWL as a pawn to get a better deal at BRS. Interesting times lie ahead though, just a matter of time ...
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Old 17th Feb 2016, 10:30
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NEW ROUTE

Bratislava to Eilat Ovda

2pw

From October 2016

In March 2017 a 2nd based A/C for Bratislava
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