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Old 6th Jan 2014, 20:00
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@racedo. Are you pertaining to my post? No, that doesn't fit.
Rygge aircraft lands 14.10 and departs 17.40 which fits just for later flight.
Other assumming Daily service and Stansted looks odd in terms of timings but could also be Skavsta.
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Old 6th Jan 2014, 22:42
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I've got lost with this now but having just looked I can tell that other than the Mon, Wed and Fri services to/from Skavsta which do a W pattern to Beauvais in between, there is currently no sign of any W patterns at Modlin.

It would seem there is potentially a based aircraft that goes to Gdansk and back with a 50 minute turnaround at Modlin before going to Wroclaw. In which case I imagine there would be many new routes to come.

Alternatively there might be a new route or just a change in the schedules from another base which arrives in Modlin say around 11:45 and does the Gdansk and Wroclaw services before returning to it's base at say 17:45. That would be like a "double W pattern" so to speak so kind of doubt that will happen.

I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
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Old 9th Jan 2014, 17:13
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RYANAIR CANCELLED A LOT OF ROUTES FOR SUMMER 14

Rzeszow-Trapani
Rzeszow-Girona
Bari-Warsaw
Bydgoszcz-Girona
Bydgoszcz-Weeze
Bydgoszcz-Prestwick
Lublin-Liverpool
Gdans-Girona
Girona-Vasteras
Girona-Torp
Girona-Gothenburg
Girona-Malmö
Girona-Karlstad
Girona-Jonkoping
Alicante-Angelholm
Girona-Kalmar
Malmö-Wroclaw
Girona-Treviso
Girona-Trieste
Smäland-Palma
Stockholm Skavsta-Riga
Stockholm Skavsta-Hahn
Stockholm Skavsta-Weeze
Stockholm Skavsta-Budapest
Stockholm Skavsta-Memmingen
Stockholm Skavsta-Baden
Stockholm Skavsta-Schönefeld
Stockholm Skavsta-Tenerife
Stockholm Skavsta-Las Palmas
Aarhus-Las Palmas
Vasteras-Las Palmas
Vasteras-Tenerife
Torp-Tenerife
Rygge-Las Palmas
Rygge-Tenerife
Karlstad-Tenerife
Budapest-Malaga
Targu Mures-Pisa
Dublin-Stockholm Skavsta
Edinburgh-Stockholm Skavsta
Gdansk-Palma
Bournemouth-Wroclaw
Carcassonne-Beauvais
Riga-Charleroi
Riga-Leeds
Charleroi-Lisbon
Charleroi-Clermont Ferrand
Brive-Maastricht
Maastricht-Stansted
Maastricht-Bergamo
Maastricht-Treviso
Bergerac-Marrakesh
Cuneo-Marrakesh
Billund-Krakow
Prestwick-Rzeszow
Kaunas-Stockholm Skavsta
Edinburgh-Katowice
Marseille-Reus
Marseille-Treviso
Marseille-Pisa
Reus-Bremen
Reus-Rygge
Reus-Leeds
Barcelona-Leeds
Birmingham-Montpellier
Treviso-Wroclaw
Marseille-Vatry
Stockholm Skavsta-Trapani
Leeds-Vilnius
Weeze-Bergerac
Weeze-Marseille
Weeze-Rygge
Hahn-Bologna
Hahn-Tanger
Hahn-Warsaw Modlin
Hahn-Tallinn
Hahn-Oslo Rygge
Hahn-Gran Canaria
Cork-Krakow
Kaunas-Tampere


Maybe I forgot some routes

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Old 9th Jan 2014, 17:19
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They have route(s) from Leeds, Birmingham, Doncaster, Liverpool and East Midlands also cancelled.
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Old 9th Jan 2014, 18:12
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I thought more route than that were cancelled from Hahn.
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Old 9th Jan 2014, 18:41
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Budapest-Malaga
That can't be good. Malev Ran that route for a long time. Guess Wizz Air still have it in the bag though
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Old 9th Jan 2014, 19:00
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From Italy, they cancel:

Bari-Siviglia
Bari-Varsavia Modlin
Bergamo-Poznan
Bergamo-Glasgow Prestwick
Bergamo-Maastricht
Bergamo-Groningen
Bergamo-Oslo Torp
Bergamo-Brno
Bergamo-Lodz
Bergamo-Groningen
Bergamo-Maastricht
Bologna-Francoforte Hahn
Bologna-Salonicco
Bologna-Paphos
Cagliari-Edimburgo
Cagliari-Oslo Rygge
Cagliari-Norimberga
Ciampino-Lipsia
Cuneo-Marrakech
Cuneo-Ciampino
Palermo-Oslo Rygge
Pisa-Cork
Pisa-Tirgu Mures
Pisa-Maastricht
Pisa-Marsiglia
Trapani-Amburgo-Lubecca
Trapani-Lipsia
Trapani-Billund
Trapani-Valencia
Trapani-Londra-Luton
Trapani-Rzeszow
Trapani-Stoccolma Skavsta
Treviso-Marsiglia
Treviso-Girona
Treviso-Wroclaw
Treviso-Maastricht
Trieste-Barcellona Girona
Trieste-Birmingham
Trieste-Cagliari
Trieste-Dusseldorf Weeze
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Old 9th Jan 2014, 19:52
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Pisa-Cork is not cancelled, it is for-sale via the BOOK NOW feature which you can select from the ''Manage Booking'' feature.
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Old 9th Jan 2014, 20:43
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Also I just found this Regarding the Liverpool to Lublin route on the Lublin Airport website:

"Flights from Lublin to Liverpool are very popular among the passengers. The average number of sold seats is 90%, therefore we are suprised by the carrier's decision to suspend the flights for the winter", says Krzysztof Wojtowicz, President of Lublin Airport.

Ryanair promises to resume flights to Liverpool and extend the services from Lublin Airport as from the summer of 2014.
Changes in the winter schedule of Ryanair | Lublin Airport
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Old 9th Jan 2014, 22:22
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Manchester-tours and Manchester - Katowice also dropped for 2014
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Old 10th Jan 2014, 10:57
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Ryanair have also now confirmed that Leipzig/Hallo will lose Rom, Pisa, Faro, Malaga and Trapani for S14. London is the only route to survive. FR blame the cuts on insufficient aircraft availability, insisting they were very happy with the performance of the routes!! Funny that you then cut them, to try new routes. I do not believe this current strategy of route cutting is wise, since when (if) FR return to these airports they have to rebuild their customer base again.
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Old 10th Jan 2014, 11:15
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This is somewhat puzzling re the STN element !

London Heathrow Says Tougher Fee Cap to Weigh on Spending Plans - Bloomberg

The airline committed to boosting passenger numbers there by 50 percent to more than 20 million over 10 years after agreeing on terms for growth with new owner Manchester Airports Group


Ryanair Holdings Plc (RYA) slammed a decision to scrap price regulation at London Stansted.

I thought MAG had agreed a "low price" deal based on guaranteed delivery by RYR, but this seems to suggest that MAG can introduce price hikes at will ?
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Old 10th Jan 2014, 11:17
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I am fairly certain that Ryanair will not return to all of these airports with the same routes next year "when the planes are there".
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Old 10th Jan 2014, 14:09
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I am fairly certain that Ryanair will not return to all of these airports with the same routes next year "when the planes are there".
10% would probably be dropped anyway as route recycling goes on but likely majority would return.
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Old 12th Jan 2014, 14:07
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Ryanair and Google are jointly working on top-secret plans in a bid to completely transform how consumers search for, select and buy airline tickets.

In a wide ranging interview with the Sunday Independent, O'Leary said the partnership with Google would change the way people buy tickets forever.
"There are some very exciting developments with Google, where we have been working with them on sharing the pricing," O'Leary said.
"We'll be sharing the Ryanair pricing through all of the Google outlets, so when you go in, there'll be route selections, cheapest prices and so on. "They want to launch with us and we're working with them on that kind of product".

O'Leary expects the project to go live by the end of March.
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Old 12th Jan 2014, 16:54
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Slightly confused on scope. Will Google be just a distribution mechanism, showing the same prices as the FR website, or will Google be more integrated to show different prices based on one's Google+ profile and purchasing history ?

An example of this is found in some retailers in N America. If you walk in off the street as a complete stranger, prices displayed are high. Sign up for a store chain loyalty card and agree to being sent 'useful marketing messages', and the more you shop, the lower the prices, thus locking in customer loyalty. Part of this of course involves the retailer being able to 'monetise' the data about you and not just your purchasing history but also details of any product enquiries you may have made.

If the price displayed to the customer is substantiallyaffected by web browsing / purchasing / Facebook / Google+ history, then Ryanair need to be very careful - Ryanair may end up doing the commoditised low-profit-margin high-commercial-risk flying while more of the value in the airline business accrues to Google. I do not believe Ryanair are remotely capable on their own of making use of the value of big data / data science.

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Old 12th Jan 2014, 21:49
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An example of this is found in some retailers in N America. If you walk in off the street as a complete stranger, prices displayed are high. Sign up for a store chain loyalty card and agree to being sent 'useful marketing messages', and the more you shop, the lower the prices, thus locking in customer loyalty. Part of this of course involves the retailer being able to 'monetise' the data about you and not just your purchasing history but also details of any product enquiries you may have made.
US Retailers also sgement on basis of how many returns you make as well, i.e. the lets buy the pretty party frock for 1 night and return next day bint gets classified V quickly.



If the price displayed to the customer is substantiallyaffected by web browsing / purchasing / Facebook / Google+ history, then Ryanair need to be very careful - Ryanair may end up doing the commoditised low-profit-margin high-commercial-risk flying while more of the value in the airline business accrues to Google. I do not believe Ryanair are remotely capable on their own of making use of the value of big data / data science.
No but why would they need to when people like Dunhumby etc would do all of that segmenting for them.
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Old 12th Jan 2014, 22:05
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Predator v alien

FR kills off sky scanner and google kills off ??
Me thinks Ducksie is going to have his lunch eaten on this one , he never liked the interweb and google is so much better at eating customers,
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Old 12th Jan 2014, 22:49
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I think this is simply like when I do a Google search for "Glasgow Hotels", I get links to prices via Google.

So if I check "Tenerife flights" presumably some of the results will be live prices.
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Old 13th Jan 2014, 07:37
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Whatever about the nicer face of Ryanair, one things certain, Leo never puts away his Swords.
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