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Old 3rd Jul 2013, 10:12
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The reports from the Warsaw Business Journal looks wrong - 1.22m passengers per year giving 28.11 % market share implies Poland in 2012 had only 4.3m air passengers for the duration of 2012
Warsaw (not Modlin) alone had almost 10m passengers in 2012

Update - Warsaw Business Journal seem to have amended their online article to read Q1 2013 rather than full year 2012

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Old 3rd Jul 2013, 10:41
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That table where they sourced the data from is for the first quarter of each year.

I don't know where that particular publication sourced it from but I've seen this news article in various places which clearly states it's from Q1.

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Old 3rd Jul 2013, 10:43
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Well indeed, total number of pax in PL in 2012 amounted to 24 435 557 (according to Polish CAA). Looks like a very "creative" journalists' approach to the statistics - but supposedly FR was the number one in Poland last year anyway.
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Old 3rd Jul 2013, 18:23
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Ryanair in Poland

Hello,

For those that are interested, the official Polish CAA statistics are published here:
Urz?d Lotnictwa Cywilnego

The 2012 figures by airline are here: http://www.ulc.gov.pl/_download/regu...w_4_2012_j.pdf (page 2 for the annual figures, page 1 for Q4).
Ryanair were number two in 2012, over 1.1 million passengers behind LOT. However, Ryanair's growth in Poland accelerated in the second half of 2012, with the new Modlin routes being introduced (although they are now at Chopin for the time being).

The Q1 2013 figures by airline are here:
http://www.ulc.gov.pl/_download/regu..._j_2013_1q.pdf.
It's true, Ryanair have just squeezed past LOT and carried more passengers for the first time in this quarter. With the opening of the Krakow base, capacity cuts by LOT and a lack of growth in Poland from Wizzair, it seems likely that they will retain that position for the rest of the year at least.
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Lisbon a new Ryanair base?

Ryanair asked to Lisbon 4,708 slots which were all assigned and also has pending over 1847.
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Old 4th Jul 2013, 16:00
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Ryanair did say by 2014 they wanted a base in LIS.

In other news:
Ryanair pilots step up efforts to force talks with airline - Independent.ie
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119 - I'm glad it amused you!

I'll say it once again and apologise for clearly upsetting some people.
My badly judged 'Ryanair' comment was in response to fepilot's comment 'Instructor jobs/ ryanair etc are an option of course'.
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Old 6th Jul 2013, 21:12
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Fr4332

Whats going on with this flight from manchester to tenerife? Its diverted to dublin by the looks of it and burning off fuel?
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Old 6th Jul 2013, 22:51
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indicator reasons, departed after a test was carried out.

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Old 6th Jul 2013, 23:42
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See its on its way now....nightmare
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Old 8th Jul 2013, 16:41
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Still waiting for STN-SZG to go on sale this winter...surely they haven't dropped it. Don't want to have to use Easy at LGW and start my ski trip in a queue at the Dartford crossing.
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Old 8th Jul 2013, 18:16
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Is still a list of routes not yet available from Stansted, I'd hang on in there a bit longer if I were you. It tends to be Tuesdays-Thursday's that they put routes on sale, so maybe in the next few days?
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Old 9th Jul 2013, 21:29
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Ryanair are the most inflexible airline, I have just payed through the roof to reschedule a flight that I missed which I had no control over, they need to be a little more flexible given the circumstances. All I was told was to write to customer relations and see if they will give a refund.

It was a last minute booking and never again will I book with them, other carriers in DUB were doing everything possible to help passengers.

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Old 9th Jul 2013, 22:52
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This is the nature of the beast though, t'has always been so.
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Old 9th Jul 2013, 22:57
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Just flown FR for the first time in three years. Flew PIK - FAO - PIK - both flights bang on time; brand new aircraft; Portugese crew were friendly and efficient and the flights were cheaper than the EZY equivalent from GLA. I am a regular BA flyer and to be honest the queueing was no worse than BA and actually the scramble for locker space was less than I usually experience on the shuttle! On this occasion - well done FR.

Now I'll admit they are a less flexible airline than BA but they do highlight and emphasise their T&C's quite strongly so people really need to read these before they start to moan and complain. As they say - you get what you pay for - and if you break the rules expect to pay a lot more.
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Winter freeze for KUN?

Hi Folks,

Anyone's aware of what's going on with winter schedule from KUN? We've been thru some word fighting between Lithuania transport minister and Ryanair officials during last three months. While ticket sales from VNO are all loaded for winter months, we only have BRS available from KUN. Even STN and DUB - these bring higher yields from KUN than VNO - are unavailable.
Looks Ryanair'ish style of bull****...
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Old 10th Jul 2013, 15:27
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Why repost what you already did in April?
http://www.pprune.org/rumours-news/4...ml#post7805868

You don't have any previous posts?
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Old 10th Jul 2013, 18:06
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Why repost what you already did in April?
4 Ryanair aircraft declare fuel emergency at same time

You don't have any previous posts?
Possibly a condition of an agreement.

Also posts by others who have "ran into difficulties" are no longer visible either so likely they were removed.
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Old 11th Jul 2013, 15:38
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W13 schedule

Ryanair’s winter schedule will include 22 new UK routes between:

• Bournemouth and Alicante
• Bournemouth and Barcelona Girona
• Bournemouth and Gran Canaria
• Bournemouth and Lanzarote
• Bournemouth and Malaga
• Bournemouth and Tenerife
• Doncaster and Tenerife
• East Midlands and Cork
• Edinburgh and Fuerteventura
• Edinburgh and Marseille
• Glasgow Prestwick and Rzeszow
• Liverpool and Lublin
• Liverpool and Malta
• London Luton and Murcia
• London Stansted and Comiso
• London Stansted and Nuremberg
• London Stansted and Ostrava
• London Stansted and Strasbourg
• Manchester and Krakow
• Manchester and Palma
• Manchester and Paphos
• Manchester and Lanzarote

...and as trailed on the Bournemouth thread, brings year-round services back to Hurn.

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Old 11th Jul 2013, 15:41
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Do you actually mean W2012 or 2013 ?
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