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Old 7th Jan 2013, 16:25
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FR 2013

79.6 MILLIONS PASSENGERS IN 12 MONTHS ,

I have decided to stop knocking this amazing success story in 2013,

well done folks ......
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Old 7th Jan 2013, 17:00
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News about RAK/FEZ bases?
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Old 8th Jan 2013, 16:25
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O'Leary says new aircraft order on the cards

Google translate from the Swedish report of today's Gothenburg press conference (where he also said he wants to start Swedish domestic routes):

Ryanair will this summer will have 305 Boeing aircraft. The company plans, however, to order more before 2013 is over.
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Old 8th Jan 2013, 18:25
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MAN-BIQ?

Anyone kknow if the MAN-BIQ route is coming back for Summer 2013? It's just taking along time for flights to be loaded if they are coming back at all. Thanks, DomyDom
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Old 8th Jan 2013, 21:46
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If MoL is ordering more aircraft during 2013, does that mean he is selling on existing aircraft, or buying additional aircraft to be 'parked up' every winter?
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Old 8th Jan 2013, 21:53
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DomyDom

Unfortunately, Biarritz is not set to return to Manchester for 2013.

This technique below that I have found to work very well over several years is nearly always correct, last mentioned on post 325 on this thread. It shows that Ryanair are not considering to restart the route next year.

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 8th Jan 2013, 22:53
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Could you screen shot that please .
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 08:34
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Sadly, I have no idea how to put screenshots on forums. But if you put outbound as 22/07/13 and return 29/07/13 for the Manchester-Biarritz route and then do the same for the Kaunas-Tampere route for the same dates, you should hopefully see what I mean. MAN-BIQ is set to get no flights, KUN-TMP is set to get flights put on sale soon.

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Old 9th Jan 2013, 08:50
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FRatSTN, thanks for the info and advice DomyDom
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 11:01
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New Routes
Oslo Torp to Parma
Oslo Torp to Girona
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Ryanair in talks with Boeing for 200 new planes

Michael O'Leary said Ryanair is in the market for about 200 new planes as the low-cost airline's fleet is poised to reach 300 Boeing 737-800 jets later this year.

Ryanair is in talks with Boeing, he added during a press conference in Oslo.

"Boeing have plenty of availability in the order book," Mr O'leary said. "We are in the fairly early stages of talks to see if we can reach an agreement on price."

Mr O'Leary said that Ryanair is looking for deliveries in 2015, 2016 and 2017 the year that Boeing's upgraded 737 Max jetliner is due to enter service.

The Ryanair boss said that a new order was possible this year to help expand passenger numbers to 120 million

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source : Ryanair in talks with Boeing for 200 new planes - Irish, Business - Independent.ie
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 14:22
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What happened to the Chinese COMAC deal? Another PR stunt dead and buried by O'Learly.
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Not a PR stunt but a trick to make negotiations with Boeing a bit easier. If Boeing 'thinks' there might be a competitor they will give some discount more easy to win the deal.

In a tv programme on German TV some expert told that Ryanair got a 50 % discount from Boeing for the purchase of a lot of B737-800.
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 19:14
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"Boeing have plenty of availability in the order book," Mr O'leary said.
Do they?!!
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 19:35
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!!!!

Who knows!!!!!

None knows!!!!!
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 19:38
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What happened to the Chinese COMAC deal? Another PR stunt dead and buried by O'Learly.
What deal ?

A memo of understanding to engage in talks and share information about what an airline would like and what is possible doesn't constitute a deal.
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 19:42
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Ryanair looking to buy 200 Boeing Aircraft

See post above

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Old 9th Jan 2013, 19:45
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Do they?!!
A 200 plane order at list price is worth $12-15 Billion plus to Boeing, assumming 50% discount its still worth $6-8 Billion plus spares, training and ongoing support for years to come and another order in 2022.

Space always found for good customers who pay and continue to order.
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 20:25
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Ryanair buying Boeings by the shedload ? Whatever next ?
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Old 9th Jan 2013, 20:28
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Insightful!
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