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Old 7th Mar 2017, 05:30
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How about easyJet for a start saying as they had BYE BYE EasyJet (couldn't even get it right neither, its easyJet not EasyJet)? Monarch? British Airways? Jet2?
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Old 7th Mar 2017, 07:56
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Racedo....sorry but in the minds of most people, and that includes opinion formers, O`Leary and Ryanair really are inseparable and in fact, one and the same. In this case no bad thing, that single minded but tricky attitude has in no small part, made the company what it is today. But every time he speaks, people take note and the above applies
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Old 7th Mar 2017, 08:50
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MOL press conference at AMS Schiphol today. His STA is 14:20. Probably to release FR schedule for W17/18 for the Netherlands with all the new routes from EIN (Already announced). Hopefully some new routes from AMS as well.... (only DUB and AGP now)
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Old 7th Mar 2017, 13:27
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NEW ROUTES from Eindhoven (EIN)

MOL just announced a few new routes from Eindhoven (EIN) for W17/18:

Eindhoven (EIN) - Aarhus (AAR)
Eindhoven (EIN) - Oradea (OMR)

New (but already annouced):
Eindhoven (EIN) - Edinburgh (EDI)
Eindhoven (EIN) - Milan-Malpensa (MXP)
Eindhoven (EIN) - Prague (PRG)
Eindhoven (EIN) - Rabat (RBA)
Eindhoven (EIN) - Tangier (TNG)
Eindhoven (EIN) - Thessaloniki (SKG)
Eindhoven (EIN) - Valencia (VLC)
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Old 7th Mar 2017, 13:54
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Some MOL talk about NL market

- Ryanair very satisfied with EIN route performance, but they hope the noise restrictions with be reduced.

- They are looking to get more slots at AMS, so they can add flights and base aircraft at Schiphol. MOL thinks that the Dutch government is against a growing FR at AMS, because it will harm KLM.

- AMS-AGP will continue to operate in W17/18.

- AMS is a very interesting airport for the airline with 98% (!!!) average load factor on the AMS-DUB route.

- If FR can't obtain more slots at AMS, they will be looking at Lelystad Airport

- He also, unsurprisingly, made fun of Transavia.
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Old 7th Mar 2017, 15:08
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sorry but in the minds of most people, and that includes opinion formers, O`Leary and Ryanair really are inseparable and in fact, one and the same. In this case no bad thing, that single minded but tricky attitude has in no small part, made the company what it is today. But every time he speaks, people take note and the above applies
Most people know the difference between him and the airline.
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Old 7th Mar 2017, 15:10
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- They are looking to get more slots at AMS, so they can add flights and base aircraft at Schiphol. MOL thinks that the Dutch government is against a growing FR at AMS, because it will harm KLM.
That is kinda funny when the real people harming it are a couple of hundred KMs south.
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Old 7th Mar 2017, 17:38
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9 new routes from Naples
Bologna (daily), Brussels (CRL) (3 wkly), Budapest (3 wkly), Dublin (2 wkly) Krakow (2 wkly), Malta (2 wkly), Porto (2 wkly), Thessaloniki (2 wkly) & Wroclaw (2 wkly)
http://corporate.ryanair.com/news/ne...hed/?market=en
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Old 7th Mar 2017, 19:02
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I am a bit confused by Ryanair's Naples announcement:

On 1 December 2016, they announced a Naples base with 3 based aircraft / 1 million customers per year:
Welcome to Ryanair!

Today they announced the Naples winter 2017-2018 scheduled with 2 based aircraft / 1.7 million customers per year:
Welcome to Ryanair!
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Old 8th Mar 2017, 11:36
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Looks like FR continue to cut capacity in BRU.

http://www.luchtzak.be/airlines/ryan...ter-2017-2018/
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Old 8th Mar 2017, 17:45
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AMS is a very interesting airport for the airline with 98% (!!!) average load factor on the AMS-DUB route.
I'm fascinated by this. It only goes to show that EI has been milking Irish passengers for years. In a relatively short period we've gone from 5 daily services (EI only) up to 13 daily (5 EI, 4 FR, 4 KL). If they're managing 98% LF... holy gods.
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Old 8th Mar 2017, 18:43
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There are many winners, but I've found at least one loser too, it's Finland. "Suomi" didn't get any new routes for winter and two last existing routes will be probably ditched as well. The amount of people living in the southern part of this Nordic country is roughly the size of the Republic of Ireland population, but the amount of flights is completely incomparable. I'm sure a serious disagreement on principles exists, could there be any other explanation?
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Old 8th Mar 2017, 20:00
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Derry, Brussels, Shannon, Knock, Cork, and many more all down too.

Lots of losers, lots of winners.
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Old 8th Mar 2017, 21:30
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I'm fascinated by this. It only goes to show that EI has been milking Irish passengers for years. In a relatively short period we've gone from 5 daily services (EI only) up to 13 daily (5 EI, 4 FR, 4 KL). If they're managing 98% LF... holy gods.
KL have only just started on the AMS-DUB route, so I think the 98% load factor is over the period that only EI and FR competed on the route. Still an insane result for Ryanair... FR's prices on the route have gone up significantly. I have flown 4 returns on the AMS-DUB route (3 FR, 1 EI). My FR return prices: €19.98, €19.98 and €30.60. Cheapest AMS-DUB-AMS return with FR now: €59.98.....
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Old 8th Mar 2017, 23:55
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My FR return prices: €19.98, €19.98 and €30.60. Cheapest AMS-DUB-AMS return with FR now: €59.98.....

So have you succumbed to some Irish persons wiles then and need to make regular visits.
LOL
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Old 9th Mar 2017, 00:09
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I'm fascinated by this. It only goes to show that EI has been milking Irish passengers for years. In a relatively short period we've gone from 5 daily services (EI only) up to 13 daily (5 EI, 4 FR, 4 KL). If they're managing 98% LF... holy gods.
Context, the majority of passengers EI carried were transit to/from AMS, easily north of 70% at both ends. Nobody ever really catered for O&D.

FR's prices on the route have gone up significantly. I have flown 4 returns on the AMS-DUB route (3 FR, 1 EI). My FR return prices: €19.98, €19.98 and €30.60. Cheapest AMS-DUB-AMS return with FR now: €59.98.....
Indeed unlike DUB/BRU where fares are more less the same as when they launched and FR are retracting and EI are more less flat since FR launch.
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Old 9th Mar 2017, 04:47
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Context, the majority of passengers EI carried were transit to/from AMS, easily north of 70% at both ends.
That may be but it doesn't take away from the fact that I had to pay €400 return to do Amsterdam at one point (and I *did* have flexible dates – that was the cheapest I could get in a week long period). Seems like the market is far bigger than was realised.
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Old 10th Mar 2017, 18:52
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Ryanair is set to enter the Ukrainian market, the announcement is scheduled for next week. Two airports there: Lviv (Lemberg) and Kiev Zhuliany, quite a few routes from Central and Western Europe. Among the first rumoured is a route Eindhoven/Kiev.
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Old 13th Mar 2017, 19:19
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Originally Posted by CCFAIRPORT
So now i have one question
Is Poznan about to become a new RYANAIR base ?
Some time has passed since, but finally the press conference in Poznan will be held next Thursday.
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Old 14th Mar 2017, 23:02
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Originally Posted by eu01
Ryanair is set to enter the Ukrainian market, the announcement is scheduled for next week. Two airports there: Lviv (Lemberg) and Kiev Zhuliany, quite a few routes from Central and Western Europe. Among the first rumoured is a route Eindhoven/Kiev.
Press conference will be held tomorrow (Wednesday). LVO and IEV airport codes were in the Dutch version of the FR website for a while.. which is probabaly where the EIN-IEV rumour comes from. We'll find out tomorrow.
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