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Old 20th Apr 2016, 16:35
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NEW ROUTES from Berlin (SXF)

NEW from Berlin:

Catania
Bucharest
Nis (Serbia, NEW airport and country for FR)
Santander
Podgorica
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Old 21st Apr 2016, 09:09
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737-700

Sorry if this is covered in an earlier post... why on earth does Ryanair have a single 737-700W fitted with VIP seating? Surely it's better to just convert a 737-800W?
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From post 3103.

BUSINESS TRAVEL! Customised Ryanair Boeing 737-700 jet now available for private charter!

Book your business travel HERE: Welcome to Ryanair!

Check out the interior HERE: https://youtu.be/I_6rl91N9Nw
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Old 26th Apr 2016, 12:32
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FR move polish donestic services to main airport in Warsaw from November.
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Old 26th Apr 2016, 14:38
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New route from Warsaw/Modlin to BHX, starting October 31 and operating Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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Old 26th Apr 2016, 14:39
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Also new route to NCL, TUE and SAT.

Looks like the domestic operation moving is leaving room on the WMI aircraft.
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Also BFS twice weekly from November
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Old 26th Apr 2016, 14:48
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Originally Posted by GAZMO
Also BFS twice weekly from November
And EDI 3x weekly from November.
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Old 26th Apr 2016, 15:17
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Warsaw press release (In Polish)

RYANAIR INWESTUJE W POLSCE 300 MLN $ I OGŁASZA ROZKŁAD LOTÓW NA ZIMĘ 2016/2017
26 Apr 2016
8 NOWYCH MIĘDZYNARODOWYCH TRAS Z WARSZAWY MODLIN,

REJSY KRAJOWE PREZNIESIONE NA LOTNISKO CHOPINA

Ryanair, linia lotnicza Nr 1 w Polsce, dziś (26 kwietnia) poinformowała o inwestycji 300 mln $ i ogłosiła rozkład lotów na Zimę 2016/2017, dodając 3. samolot do bazy Warszawa Modlin (dodatkowe samoloty trafią również do Gdańska oraz Wrocławia). Linia poinformowała o uruchomieniu 8 nowych tras do Belfastu, Birmingham, Edynburga, Leeds, Newcastle, Porto, Tuluzy i Walencji oraz dodatkowych rejsach do Bristolu i Mediolanu.

Ryanair poinformaował również, że loty krajowe do Gdańska i Wrocławia z dniem 30 października 2016 r. przeniesione zostaną na Lotnisko Chopina.

Ryanair obsłuży łącznie 3,5 mln pasażerów i przyczyni się do utworzenia 2.600* miejsc pracy w Warszawie Modlin oraz na lotnisku Chopina.

Ryanair w Warszawie w sezonie Zima 2016/2017:

Warszawa Modlin:

3 zbazowane samoloty (1 dodatkowy = 100 mln $)
8 nowych tras: Belfast (2 tyg.), Birmingham (3 tyg.), Edynburg (3 tyg.), Leeds Bradford (2 tyg.)
Newcastle (2 tyg.), Porto (2 tyg.), Tuluza (2 tyg.) oraz Walencja (2 tyg.)

35 tras łącznie
Dodatkowe rejsy do Bristolu ( z 3 do 4 tyg.) oraz Mediolanu Bergamo (z 6 do 7 tyg.)
2,8 mln pasażerów rocznie
2,100* miejsc pracy
Warszawa Lotnisko Chopina:

2 nowe trasy: Gdańsk (3 dziennie) oraz Wrocław (3 dziennie)
2 trasy łącznie
650.000 pasażerów rocznie
500 miejsc pracy
Ryanair będzie nadal łączył Warszawę z największymi centrami biznesowymi w Europie, oferując codzienne rejsy do Dublina, Mediolanu czy Paryża, przeniesie loty krajowe do Gdaska i Wrocławia na lotnisko Chopina, zwiększając jednocześnie częstotliwość operacji do 3 dziennie. Ryanair staje się idealnym wyborem zarówno dla pasażerów biznesowych jak i turystów.

Polscy klienci oraz turyści mogą w Warszawie wybrać jedną z 37 tras w sezonie Zima 2016/2017. Już wkrótce mogą również spodziewać się kolejnych udogodnień w ramach programu “Always Getting Better” jak nowe kierunki, innowacje cyfrowe, nowe wnętrza kabin i jeszcze niższe ceny.

W Warszawie, David O’Brien, Członek Zarządu Ryanaira ds. Handlowych powiedział:

“Cieszymy się z nowej inwestycji 300 mln $ w Polsce i ogłoszamy rozkład lotów na Zimę 2016/2017, z dodatkowym samolotem w Warszawie Modlin oraz 8 nowymi trasami do: Belfastu, Birmingham, Edynburga, Leeds, Newcastle, Porto, Tuluzy oraz Walencji. Z dniem 30 października przenosimy również połączenia krajowe do Gdańska i Wrocławia na Lotnisko Chopina, zwiększając jednocześnie liczbę operacji do 3 dziennie na obu trasach. Ponadto zwiększamy także liczbę rejsów z Warszawy Modlin do Bristolu i Mediolanu, łacznie w Warszawie obsłużymy 3,5 mln pasażerów i przyczynimy się do utworzenia 2600* miejsc pracy na lotniskach Warszawa Modlin oraz Chopina.

W ramach programu “Always Getting Better”, 106 milionów naszych pasażerów może spodziewać się kolejnych udogodnień jak nowe trasy, innowacje cyfrowe, nowe wnętrza kabin i jeszcze niższe ceny.

Aby uczcić ogłoszenie rozkładu lotów na Zimę 2016/2017 z Warszawy wprowadzamy do sprzedaży 100,000 biletów na nasze europejskie trasy już od 39 PLN. Bilety są do nabycia na www.ryanair.com tylko do soboty (30 kwietnia).”

- See more at: Welcome to Ryanair!



The Jist in English

Warsaw Modlin (WMI)
*3 Based Aircraft

*8 new routes: Belfast (2pw.), Birmingham (3pw), Edinburgh (3pw), Leeds Bradford (2pw), Newcastle (2pw), Porto (2pw), Toulouse (2pw) And Valencia (2pw).

*Additional flights to Bristol (from 3 to 4pw) And Milan Bergamo (from 6 to 7 pw).

Warsaw Chopin (WAW)

2 new routes: Gdańsk (3 daily) and Wroclaw (3 daily)
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Old 27th Apr 2016, 14:40
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I was in Modlin last week, it is bursting at the seams for a lot of the day and is very close to full capacity in all areas, in terms of passport control, baggage handling, security etc, there is room for a few more flights at certain times of day but not a lot of breathing room, no doubt why they shifted the domestic routes

It's not a rare occurrence to see up to six FR planes on the ground at a time, despite the fact there is only 4 gates (which are now being split into two each in order to handle the extra traffic which is less than ideal.

Expansion of the airport looks unlikely in the short term with the Owners of Chopin Airport trying to buy it, which would be very bad for Ryanair and Chopin Airport are none too happy with Ryanair moving their domestic routes there.

This is all part of a bigger game between Ryanair and Polish State Airports.

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Old 27th Apr 2016, 17:17
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WRO: 3rd aircraft to be based - WAW from 2 daily to 3 daily; new routes: MAN 3/7, MAD 2/7, BFS 2/7 & NCL 2/7

GDN: 2nd aircraft to be based - WAW from 2 daily to 3 daily; new routes BGY 3/7, BFS 2/7 & NCL 2/7
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Old 27th Apr 2016, 17:43
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See my post in the thread about Belfast
http://www.pprune.org/airlines-airpo...ml#post9358330

Gdansk like Poznan has historically been strong Wizz territory, Ryanair have struggled there so I'd be very interested to see how they get on at Bergamo
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Old 13th May 2016, 02:49
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BOURNEMOUTH WINTER BASE

New winter base and new route to Krakow and Malta (previously announced). I'm sure Ryanair served Krakow before from BOH about 6 or 7 years ago?

Good news for the airport.
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Old 14th May 2016, 15:52
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Does anyone know how the Castellon routes are going?
Currently I fly to Barcelona but Castellon is very close to my holiday home.

The only issue is the lack of a daily service makes short visits not viable. Wondered if the route was popular enough to encourage a daily service
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Old 17th May 2016, 15:59
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Ryanair will arrive in Luxembourg on Thursday for a press conference.

Luxemburger Wort - Ryanair in Luxembourg on Thursday
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Old 19th May 2016, 09:33
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Starting September 1st, Ryanair will fly from Luxembourg (LUX): daily to London Stansted (STN) and 5 times weekly to Porto (OPO).

(Liveticker) Ryanair kommt nach Luxemburg - London und Porto ab September - volksfreund.de
11:04: Ab 1. September geht es täglich nach London. Nach Porto 5 mal die Woche. Viele weitere Strecken seien geplant. Laut Ryanair-Marketingchef Kenny Jacobs will Ryanair zweitgrößte Airline in Lux werden.
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Old 19th May 2016, 10:00
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FR starting SOF-GLA on 07 September bringing forward the previous start date of end of October. SXF-GLA will also increase from 4 to 5 a week during September/October prior to going 6 weekly in November.
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Old 24th May 2016, 19:29
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The management of Oslo-Rygge decided today to close the airport from November should Ryanair go ahead and chop its flights.
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Old 24th May 2016, 19:33
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Remind us, please, of the blaring trumpets and job creation advertising when it opened?
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Old 24th May 2016, 19:34
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Disregard my OP, I read the post wrong.

If Ryanair shuts the base, it doesn't mean they will stop operations.
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