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Old 11th Dec 2012, 12:35
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New routes from NRN announced today for summer 2013:
Oslo Rygge: 3/7
Oujda, Rijeka, Tanger, Bergerac: all 2/7
Paphos: 1/7

A/C number will increase from 8 to 9.
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Old 11th Dec 2012, 12:38
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New at Eindhoven 1 737-800 based.

New Chania, Bordeaux, agadir and fez
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Old 11th Dec 2012, 13:17
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Ryanair also is tweaking their summer 2013 schedule now. Before all routes and frequencies were identical to summer 2012 but now it is being corrected so any earlier announcements for new routes and frequency increases are starting to appear. This post below that I made a couple of months ago will be of some use now. Have already found for instance that London Stansted to Patras/Araxos isn't planning to be resumed for 2013 but looks like Kos and Rhodes will do. If you can make sense of it, have a look around.

Very strangely Ryanair's booking system seems to have some sort of glitch which I've found to indicate what routes may or may not operate in the next schedule season before anything goes on sale. If you select a flight route inthe next and currently unavailable schedule season (in this case "summer 2013") it will obviously show no available flights. Despite knowing this, try it anyway and make sure you select the return date to be exactly 1 week after the departure date but with flexible travel dates (just to make what I'm about to say easier to see).

If the selected departure date (highlighted in yellow) is not centralised so is basically not showing 3 alternative dates to either side but instead 6 alternative dates after and isn't actually the specific date you selected but instead 3 days before coming back, but the return flight is centralised (with 3 alternative dates toeither side of the selected date) then this simply means there is no flights available. Don't ask me why its like that, I have no idea, but it is.

If however BOTH the departure and return flights ARE centralised (with both showing 3 alternative dates either side of the selected date) and the departure date IS now the exact date you selected then this seems to indicate that Ryanair are planning to operate this route at least once at some point within that time.

For some routes, it can change and isn't 100% accurate but is correct the vast majority of the time and becomes more accurate the closer you get to flights being released for booking, however as we know it can still change after this point, especially with Ryanair as they are well known for cancelling routes or starting new ones at short notice! Of course you can't see what new routes are being planned since you cannot yet select them in the booking system.

People will probably think I'm just talking complete rubbish however I noticed it several years ago and have become certain that it is to do with what Ryanair are planning to operate and what not to, and I'd say that "planning" is the operative word there!

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Old 11th Dec 2012, 17:08
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Here and there

Belgium
Michael Cawley has confirmed Ryanair's commitment to their base in Charleroi. The existing rumors of a possible move of FR operations to Zaventem airport (at least in case of Brussels Airlines' disappearance) were denied.

Sweden
New airport in FR network tba soon: Kalmar. First route will commence in April, joining KLR with Spain (BCN or GRO).

Poland
Three airports are expected to announce new routes tomorrow: Modlin, Wroclaw and Krakow. Krakow will almost certainly become a new FR base, with 1 aircraft initially.
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Old 11th Dec 2012, 17:17
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looking at the timetable for 2013 at brs, it appears a lot of destinations are being done with outer base aircraft & only 2 based aircraft will be needed out of the 5 based at present, so it appears its either a culling of 3 units at bristol or making way for some major new route expansion. anyone with info on which it is
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Old 11th Dec 2012, 18:41
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Poland
Three airports are expected to announce new routes tomorrow: Modlin, Wroclaw and Krakow. Krakow will almost certainly become a new FR base, with 1 aircraft initially.
KRK will be a base.
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Old 11th Dec 2012, 19:30
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Two questions

Hey all, can anyone confirm for me :

1) The Ryanair B737-800s have always been in single class Y189 configuration?
2) Also, a virtual (one only!) Mars Bar for the first person to identify the initial aircraft delivery with the now standard garish interior. Up to a certain point, they were "standard" type cloth seats with seat back pockets.
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Old 11th Dec 2012, 19:39
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Do you when KRK will be a new base ?
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Old 11th Dec 2012, 20:28
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I have also looked at the Bristol base. Does seem odd although only 2 aircraft for the winter now and some slashing of the Dublin route. Generally now twice daily instead of three.

Perhaps because they have grown at EMA, EDI, PIK, LPL and MAN for 2013, they don't want to grow the UK market and increase jobs too much as they are still fighting APD and delivering substancial growth whilst saying how damaging it is doesn't look too good. So maybe they are just shifting some aircraft about so the UK doesn't really get any brand new aircraft as a whole yet Bristol can still be served without being hit too hard by cuts by losing 3 aircraft as it flies to mainly other base airports.

I have the weekly timetable as it stands at the moment. If it does stay like this then there is going to be very little Ryanair traffic during the day with very busy evenings. We are still waiting for Budapest and Warsaw Modlin.

MONDAY
FR504 07:40 Dublin
FR8682 08:45 Kaunas
FR8249 09:15 Faro
FR8275 11:30 Lodz
FR4756 11:35 Lanzarote
FR8225 12:25 Rzeszow
FR9335 16:25 Barcelona-Girona
FR3775 18:05 Malta
FR6023 17:45 Beziers
FR8122 19:40 Malaga
FR8245 19:50 Palma de Mallorca
FR8297 20:00 Alicante
FR508 21:10 Dublin
FR8243 23:10 Venice-Treviso
FR8265 23:45 Ibiza

FR8224 06:20 Rzeszow
FR8274 06:30 Lodz
FR505 08:05 Dublin
FR8681 09:10 Kaunas
FR8248 09:40 Faro
FR9336 11:55 Barcelona-Girona
FR4755 12:00 Lanzarote
FR6022 13:20 Beziers
FR8242 18:10 Venice-Treviso
FR8264 18:10 Ibiza
FR3774 18:30 Malta
FR8121 20:05 Malaga
FR8244 20:15 Palma de Mallorca
FR8296 20:25 Alicante
FR509 21:35 Dublin


TUESDAY
FR504 07:40 Dublin
FR9335 08:45 Barcelona-Girona
FR4758 10:55 Gran Canaria
FR8337 11:15 Barcelona-Reus
FR8259 12:05 Katowice
FR6027 15:15 Bergerac
FR8249 17:40 Faro
FR3886 17:40 Limoges
FR8122 19:40 Malaga
FR8263 19:40 Milan-Bergamo
FR8245 19:50 Palma de Mallorca
FR508 22:25 Dublin

FR8258 06:30 Katowice
FR8336 06:30 Barcelona-Reus
FR505 08:05 Dublin
FR9336 09:10 Barcelona-Girona
FR4757 11:20 Gran Canaria
FR6026 11:40 Bergerac
FR3885 14:15 Limoges
FR8248 18:05 Faro
FR8121 20:05 Malaga
FR8262 20:05 Milan-Bergamo
FR8244 20:15 Palma de Mallorca
FR509 22:50 Dublin


WEDNESDAY
FR504 07:40 Dublin
FR8297 08:45 Alicante
FR8249 09:30 Faro
FR4754 11:10 Tenerife-South
FR8265 12:05 Ibiza
FR4756 14:55 Lanzarote
FR9335 17:45 Barcelona-Girona
FR3775 18:15 Malta
FR6023 18:20 Beziers
FR8203 18:20 Knock
FR8122 19:40 Malaga
FR8245 19:50 Palma de Mallorca
FR508 21:40 Dublin
FR8213 23:55 Wroclaw

FR4755 06:15 Lanzarote
FR8264 06:30 Ibiza
FR505 08:05 Dublin
FR8296 09:10 Alicante
FR8248 09:55 Faro
FR4753 11:35 Tenerife-South
FR6022 13:55 Beziers
FR8202 15:45 Knock
FR9336 18:10 Barcelona-Girona
FR3774 18:40 Malta
FR8212 18:45 Wroclaw
FR8121 20:05 Malaga
FR8244 20:15 Palma de Mallorca
FR509 22:05 Dublin


THURSDAY
FR504 07:40 Dublin
FR8247 09:00 Valencia
FR6027 10:05 Bergerac
FR4758 11:50 Gran Canaria
FR8255 11:55 Gdansk
FR9335 17:40 Barcelona-Girona
FR8263 18:00 Milan-Bergamo
FR4754 18:15 Tenerife-South
FR8122 19:40 Malaga
FR8249 19:40 Faro
FR8245 19:50 Palma de Mallorca
FR508 20:15 Dublin
FR8217 23:15 Poznan
FR8233 23:40 Bratislava

FR6026 06:30 Bergerac
FR8254 06:30 Gdansk
FR505 08:05 Dublin
FR8246 09:25 Valencia
FR4757 12:15 Gran Canaria
FR9336 13:10 Barcelona-Girona
FR8216 18:05 Poznan
FR8232 18:10 Bratislava
FR8262 18:25 Milan-Bergamo
FR4753 18:40 Tenerife-South
FR8121 20:05 Malaga
FR8248 20:05 Faro
FR8244 20:15 Palma de Mallorca
FR509 20:40 Dublin


FRIDAY
FR504 07:40 Dublin
FR8682 08:45 Kaunas
FR3775 09:15 Malta
FR8275 11:15 Lodz
FR8265 11:50 Ibiza
FR4756 11:55 Lanzarote
FR506 13:30 Dublin
FR8203 14:50 Knock
FR6023 16:05 Beziers
FR8122 19:40 Malaga
FR8245 19:50 Palma de Mallorca
FR8297 20:00 Alicante
FR9335 20:35 Barcelona-Girona
FR508 20:40 Dublin
FR8225 22:10 Rzeszow
FR8243 23:10 Venice-Treviso

FR8264 06:15 Ibiza
FR8274 06:15 Lodz
FR505 08:05 Dublin
FR8681 09:10 Kaunas
FR3774 09:40 Malta
FR6022 11:40 Beziers
FR8202 12:15 Knock
FR4755 12:20 Lanzarote
FR507 13:55 Dublin
FR8224 16:05 Rzeszow
FR8242 18:10 Venice-Treviso
FR8121 20:05 Malaga
FR8244 20:15 Palma de Mallorca
FR8296 20:25 Alicante
FR9336 21:00 Barcelona-Girona
FR509 21:05 Dublin


SATURDAY
FR504 07:40 Dublin
FR9335 08:40 Barcelona-Girona
FR8263 08:45 Milan-Bergamo
FR3886 09:55 Limoges
FR4758 10:55 Gran Canaria
FR8259 16:00 Katowice
FR6027 17:40 Bergerac
FR8245 19:35 Palma de Mallorca
FR8122 19:40 Malaga
FR8249 19:40 Faro
FR8213 19:50 Wroclaw
FR9129 20:15 Barcelona-Girona
FR508 20:40 Dublin
FR8337 22:50 Barcelona-Reus

FR3885 06:30 Limoges
FR505 08:05 Dublin
FR9336 09:05 Barcelona-Girona
FR8262 09:10 Milan-Bergamo
FR8258 10:20 Katowice
FR4757 11:20 Gran Canaria
FR6026 14:05 Bergerac
FR8336 18:05 Barcelona-Reus
FR8244 20:00 Palma de Mallorca
FR8121 20:05 Malaga
FR8248 20:05 Faro
FR8212 20:15 Wroclaw
FR9128 20:40 Barcelona-Girona
FR509 21:05 Dublin


SUNDAY
FR506 09:25 Dublin
FR8249 09:35 Faro
FR504 10:45 Dublin
FR4754 10:45 Tenerife-South
FR8217 11:35 Poznan
FR8255 11:55 Gdansk
FR8203 14:55 Knock
FR6023 16:25 Beziers
FR8247 18:25 Valencia
FR8122 19:40 Malaga
FR8245 19:50 Palma de Mallorca
FR9335 19:55 Barcelona-Girona
FR8297 20:00 Alicante
FR508 21:10 Dublin
FR8233 23:40 Bratislava

FR8216 06:25 Poznan
FR8254 06:30 Gdansk
FR507 09:50 Dublin
FR8248 10:00 Faro
FR505 11:10 Dublin
FR4753 11:10 Tenerife-South
FR6022 12:00 Beziers
FR8202 12:20 Knock
FR8232 18:10 Bratislava
FR8246 18:50 Valencia
FR8121 20:05 Malaga
FR8244 20:15 Palma de Mallorca
FR9336 20:20 Barcelona-Girona
FR8296 20:25 Alicante
FR509 21:35 Dublin

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Old 12th Dec 2012, 09:59
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Budapest - Not sure I would hold out for this as FR had their usual landing fees spat with BUD, quite a few routes were dropped as a result

Warsaw Modlin - Announcements today about routes from there plus Krakow and Wroclaw all of which could include routes to BRS

FR do seem to have their favoured airports in UK for expansion, which seem to be EDI, MAN, EMA and LPL. My local FR base at BHX has stagnated with 4 summer based a/c and around 20 routes for the past few years with no signs of any significant expansion in terms of a/c or routes on the cards. Will be interesting to see what happens at BRS, perhaps there are a load of new FR routes to be announced?
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Old 12th Dec 2012, 10:13
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Krakow new base confirmed. Two aircraft, four new routes and increases in capacity on another three routes starting late March 2013. Several existing routes will switch to Krakow based aircraft in addition.

Considering the terminal is bursting at the seams most of the day apart from the early morning in the summer, this will give Ryanair chance to run extra routes which would not have been possible without based aircraft.

New Routes:
Gothenburg City
Dortmund
Manchester (previously announced)
Kos

Capacity increases:
Rome-Ciampino
Oslo-Rygge,
East Midlands

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Old 12th Dec 2012, 11:09
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Not surprised about the capacity increase to East Midlands. They already announced 17 routes with frequency increases at East Midlands on Halloween and was fairly certain Krakow would be one of them. Currently only flies 2 a week when Lodz is 3 and Wroclaw 4 so welcomed albeit expected news for us
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Old 12th Dec 2012, 11:20
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Three New Swedish airports.

Angelholm:
1 new route Alicante
4 weekly flights

Jonkoping:
1 new route Barcelona-Girona
4 weekly flights

Kalmar:
1 new route Barcelona-Girona
4 weekly flights

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Old 12th Dec 2012, 12:04
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Further new routes:
Warsaw-Modlin - Bari
Warsaw-Modlin - Pisa
Warsaw-Modlin - Trapani
Warsaw-Modlin - Marseille
Warsaw-Modlin - Palma de Mallorca
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Old 12th Dec 2012, 12:09
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Any idea about Wroclaw? Second aircraft maybe?
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Old 12th Dec 2012, 12:10
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Wroclaw press conference is at 16:00 local time, 15:00 UK and Ireland.
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Old 12th Dec 2012, 12:13
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T_T I was hoping something from Palermo .. We'll see Wroclaw!
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Old 12th Dec 2012, 12:20
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Also confirmed that the following two routes will resume from January rather than from the start of the summer season

Edinburgh - Lodz
Edinburgh - Poznan
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Old 12th Dec 2012, 13:51
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heard today that bristol will only have 2 based aircraft from the end of march, down from 5 at present, although only 2 are used & rotated during the winter, the good news is that none of the summer routes are being axed just done from other bases
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Old 12th Dec 2012, 13:52
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I don't think I've ever seen so many expansion announcements across just 2 days before! Since yesturday we've had new bases at Eindhoven and Krakow, growth at Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Warsaw and Wroclaw and 3 new Swedish airports.

Last week we had the Scotland growth announcement. Prior to this, we had a couple of new airports, mainly within Germany and they have announced that they will also have big expansions at East Midlands and Manchester as well as Liverpool.

I know that Budapest, Barcelona and Madrid will get considerable cuts, but the expansion is still by far the largest I've seen in such a short time period.
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