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Old 1st Feb 2013, 14:18
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Modlin

I wonder they are so silent and aren't rebelling having to fly to much more expensive WAW. Possibly as the opportunity to tease Lot Polish Airlines is even more perfect?
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Old 1st Feb 2013, 19:47
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All flights to Warsaw Modlin to operate to Warsaw Chopin until the end of March due to runway closure.

Would be surprised if Modlin opens before the end of April.
22 Dec - 30 Mar - Runway Closure - Warsaw Modlin Ryanair was?

Er that was news 6 weeks ago.................
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Old 1st Feb 2013, 20:21
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Hello racedo - the page on the link you have given gets updated every time there is an extension to the closure. I booked several flights to Modlin for January and February and each time there is an extension I get an e-mail. The one for March 30th arrived this afternoon.
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It was updated this morning to the 30th March, originally it was 12th February.
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Old 1st Feb 2013, 20:53
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DublinPole - I think that February 12th was an update - the original was to some date in January.
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I'm going to Warsaw for a weekend in March. Returnflight for 8.00 from Eindhoven, not bad Got updated twice. First a change of departure time from 11.15 to 11.50 for the flight Warsaw-Eindhoven (Good news, longer in bed) and the second update was on the move to Chopin Airport (much more convenient airport)

I'm pretty happy with Modlin's problems
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Old 4th Feb 2013, 18:28
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The Sunday Business Post

100 million to Flybe to operate 43 EI routes
BA not getting LHR slots because Irish Gov can block that but will operate DUB/ORK/SNN-LGW instead. FR need 75% of EI to allow BA operate LHR slots.

Talk about being desperate...

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Old 5th Feb 2013, 09:07
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Aer Lingus battle

Well, it's very natural that the Irish market is so important for MOL, he is Irish himself. I think however that he uses too much energy and resources focusing on his country. Keeping Ireland so high among the priorities, winning these local battles (let's presume it happens) he could weaken his "striking power" elsewhere in Europe.... . The Achilles heel in some way?

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Old 5th Feb 2013, 10:00
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So when MOL does finally get his hands on EI long-haul what do you think he's going to do with it?
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EI LH

MOL did say he would base the fleet in Brussels , his hub...

Mind u MOL says a great deal
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The EU have turned up the heat on FR. The boards of FR, BE and BA have until close of business today to approve there part in the bid. Had being Thursday.
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Ryanair passenger numbers

Ryanair announced today that passenger numbers have dropped by 50,000 in Janaury (1%).

The load factor is the same though, at 71%.

Ryanair Jan Traffic Falls By 50,000 Pax (-1%)
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Old 7th Feb 2013, 21:34
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New Airport - Ostrava
London Stansted first route.
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Old 7th Feb 2013, 23:13
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The EU have turned up the heat on FR. The boards of FR, BE and BA have until
close of business today to approve there part in the bid. Had being
Thursday.
The suggestion that the EU are engaging like this gives a hint it is not an outright no, but 'subject to' and that is very concerning....
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The suggestion that the EU are engaging like this gives a hint it is not an outright no, but 'subject to' and that is very concerning....
IF it was a clear outright No then I believe the decision would already have happened and been communicated............its neither at the moment.

Problem the EU will be faced with is that a No will be challenged in the courts.

Ryanair I believe will state that they have again and again met conditions asked of them and that will give EU a problem.

If EU says No, even after everything Ryanair have offered, then a clear danger that a court will find that the EU has never been acting in good faith. This could get really expensive if a court found against EU because then would expect a lot of damages.
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Ryanair To Increase EU261 Compensation Levy To ?2.50 Following?

They eared 120 million last year with the charge.
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how much compensation did they pay out?
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I believe that it was 27 million; so a nice little earner.
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Old 11th Feb 2013, 21:21
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pure greed!!!! plenty of worthwile causes out there,give a percentage to a charity
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They earned 120 million last year with the charge.

At 2/pax & 75m pax = 150m. RYR is a money printing business. At will they can add another 37m to annual income. They vibrate madly about any government pax increases yet Irish hypocrisy is alive and well. As has been said it is only 0.70/pax to give the crews an inflation recovering (last 5 years) pay rise, yet that is considered unworthy. Priorities are evident.
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