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Old 31st May 2016, 16:38
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Yet another Ryanair new route from Stansted to Olsztyn Mazury (Poland).

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Old 1st Jun 2016, 12:54
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Oslo Rygge base to close 29 Oct 2016

16 route cancellation.

London Stansted and Vilnius to switch to Oslo Gardermoen
And 8 routes to Oslo Torp.
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Old 1st Jun 2016, 13:15
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That'll be truly devastating for the town of Moss.
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Old 1st Jun 2016, 17:33
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In case FR want to start more German domestic routes below are the Top 10 from 2015:

Berlin-Munich 1.98 million
Berlin-Frankfurt 1.91 million
Hamburg-Munich 1.81 million
Dusseldorf-Munich 1.55 million
Cologne-Berlin 1.46 million (FR already flies CGN-SXF)
Hamburg-Frankfurt 1.36 million
Stuttgart-Berlin 0.99 million
Stuttgart-Hamburg 0.72 million
Dusseldorf-Hamburg 0.56 million
Cologne-Hamburg 0.39 million
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Old 1st Jun 2016, 20:59
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I thought the German government were trying to move more people from aeroplanes to trains for city centre- city centre. Is it working?
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Old 1st Jun 2016, 21:58
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Berlin-Munich 1.98 million
Berlin-Frankfurt 1.91 million
This not only reflects strong domestic demand, but in particular the lack of direct routes from Berlin, with Berliners being forced to connect through Lufthansa hubs in West Germany.
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Old 2nd Jun 2016, 17:03
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Was ment to fly MAN/BCN today at 06:25 but the flight was canx yesterday afternoon. There was no explanation on the txt message or e mail, but went to the airport to talk to swissport Ryanair desk people. The very kind lady told me it was due to French atc. Just asking why this flight was the only one from MAN that seemed to be cut.
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Old 2nd Jun 2016, 21:14
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Chances are they were waiting for a slot, kept waiting, all of a sudden the crew went out of hours, meaning the flight cant fly.
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Old 2nd Jun 2016, 21:56
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Anyone know how FR are getting on at NQY ?

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Old 3rd Jun 2016, 08:39
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AerRyan: I think sparkysam suggested the flight had been cancelled the afternoon/day before in anticipation of disruption. But why only this flight?
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Old 3rd Jun 2016, 09:48
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Yes you are correct RAT 5. Got flight today on Vueling so only missing one day at moto gp, thanks for clarifying. Hopefully somebody can explain
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Old 3rd Jun 2016, 11:30
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Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe in times of planned mass disruption Eurocontrol asks airlines to cancel a number or percentage of flights as to alleviate some slots. Some airlines cancel a little early than others.

Also it is likely to be a big picture cancellation. Maybe that aircraft or crew can be used more effectively later in the to minimise the total disruption
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Old 3rd Jun 2016, 11:42
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Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe in times of planned mass disruption Eurocontrol asks airlines to cancel a number or percentage of flights as to alleviate some slots. Some airlines cancel a little early than others.

Also it is likely to be a big picture cancellation. Maybe that aircraft or crew can be used more effectively later in the to minimise the total disruption
That's more less it, there was 74 others also cancelled.
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Old 7th Jun 2016, 17:21
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Thanks GJP and Jamie but it was why only our flight that day was cancelled ex MAN.
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Old 14th Jun 2016, 22:11
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Further to my post No.3131 in this thread dating back to mid-March, I am pleased to confirm that the website issue which prevented new-look Ryanair boarding cards printing via the Apple Safari browser has now been resolved. My compliments to whoever was responsible for the fix. Really helpful to me as a Ryanair frequent-flyer. And no doubt helpful to many other individuals and businesses as well for whom Apple is the IT solution of choice. Well done to all concerned.
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Old 16th Jun 2016, 12:07
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Ryanair have released their Leisure Plus and improved the Business Plus fare flexibility. Details now on the website.
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Old 29th Jun 2016, 14:37
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Ryanair: 'To focus growth on European Union' - BBC News

Ryanair will not deploy new aircraft on routes to and from the UK next year, following the Brexit vote, and will instead focus on the European Union.

The Irish low-cost airline, will "pivot all of our growth into the European Union," chief executive Michael O'Leary told the Wall Street Journal.

Ryanair carries more than 100 million passengers a year and UK routes account for 40 million of those travellers.

Ryanair has its largest hub at London's Stansted Airport.

The airline's shares have fallen more than 23% since the United Kingdom voted on Thursday to leave the European Union.

Mr O'Leary, one of the most vocal business leaders campaigning in favour of continued EU membership, had repeatedly warned he would cut investment in Britain if it voted to leave.

He said the airline's overall growth targets remained unchanged.
Mr O'Leary said he expected three or four months of "considerable uncertainty" due to the British vote, but forecast a limited impact on near-term bookings to and from Britain.
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Old 29th Jun 2016, 15:03
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So more growth into a part of the world that finds it difficult to grow...Spain as an example has 50% youth unemployment and it goes from that. Foot stamping from O'Leary followed by smoke and mirrors..at least he's entertaining bless him and always getting better to boot ��
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Old 29th Jun 2016, 17:14
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O'Leary has played the part of the playground bully for years and is wrapped up in his own self importance. I don't think anyone will be losing any sleep, not even MAG.
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Old 30th Jun 2016, 20:57
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As Predicted in April, reports in the Polish press of Ryanair applying for slots for moving some business routes from Warsaw Modlin to Warsaw Chopin in response to the changing bigger picture in relation to airport ownership in Poland to take it to Polish State Airports and LOT.

It appears any expansion of Modlin Airport will be delayed now (which suits PPL and LOT perfectly), so this appears to be a response to that fact although the slots have not yet been granted and I can't imagine Ryanair are going to be welcomed at Chopin with open arms, although it's difficult to see how PPL will be able to deny them the slots just because it is Ryanair.
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