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Old 24th Jan 2023, 03:41
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We haven't heard much new from MOL in the press recently apart from the usual talk that he generates every year. The only real snippet is that he wants to stay in the job until 2032 - I expect shareholders will happily agree to this at an AGM

It's always good for a CEO to know what's happening on the shop floor instead of just the executive suite, but the FR machine should be capable of running day-to-day operations without his being heavily involved, which makes me wonder what he's up to, and what plans he has for FR long term. MOL will be very much aware of the consolidation happening in European airlines for example...

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Old 24th Jan 2023, 05:53
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This probably means he's busy looking at airlines to buy.....

Ryanair is likely to focus on organic growth in the coming years, having found its acquisitions to be “a pain in the arse”, according to group chief executive Michael O’Leary.
https://www.flightglobal.com/airline...151680.article


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Old 25th Jan 2023, 17:18
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5 new routes from Warsaw-Chopin (WAW)

Alicante
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Palma de Mallorca
Paphos
Vienna

All begin March 2023
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Old 26th Jan 2023, 06:07
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Originally Posted by davidjohnson6 View Post
[MOL] wants to stay in the job until 2032 - I expect shareholders will happily agree to this at an AGM
Well, he wants to join the growing ranks of European long-term leaders, apparently. Fortunately he has already proven himself to be much more successful than people like putin or any present-day tough-guy politicians...
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Some more news for the summer:
VIE: 19 based a/c (+2)
CRL: 16 a/c (+1)
BUD: 8 a/c
NRN: 5 a/c (+2, originally planned increase from 3 to 4)
LPL: 4 a/c (+1)

London: 57 a/c incl. 14 B7M8-200 (not sure how they are allocated between STN and LTN)
Portugal: in total 30 based aircraft at OPO (13), FAO (9), LIS, FNC, PDL

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Old 4th Feb 2023, 15:32
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How do you find out this information? Is there a list of each base out there?
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Old 5th Feb 2023, 00:23
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Originally Posted by Seljuk22 View Post
Some more news for the summer:
VIE: 19 based a/c
CRL: 16 a/c
BUD: 8 a/c
NRN: 5 a/c
LPL: 4 a/c

London: 57 a/c incl. 14 B7M8-200 (not sure how they are allocated between STN and LTN)
Portugal: in total 30 based aircraft at OPO (13), FAO (9), LIS, FNC, PDL
how many lauda 320?
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Old 5th Feb 2023, 11:26
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Originally Posted by maxpeck View Post
How do you find out this information? Is there a list of each base out there?
Checked the FR news release for each country and in recent days they announced the summer schedule for such bases/locations:
https://corporate.ryanair.com/media-...s/de/?tag=News

In addition websites/press releases of airports and (reliable) social media like LinkedIn.
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Old 5th Feb 2023, 21:41
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Interesting, thanks.
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Old 9th Feb 2023, 18:51
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Further expansion announced for the summer:

EDI: 11 a/c (+1)
KRK: 9 a/c (+1)
Modlin: 7 a/c
VLC: 7 a/c (+2)
SVQ: 6 a/c (+2)
ARN: 5 a/c (+1)
https://corporate.ryanair.com/media-...ws/topic/news/
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Old 18th Feb 2023, 07:59
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ALC and AGP will be each increased by 2 to 13 based a/c this summer, FAO up to 10 from June.

No changes for MAD (13), BLQ (11), POZ (4), VCE (4), TSF (2), TRN (2) and PIK (2). No further expansion at LIS (4), FNC (2), and PDL (1) "due to increased charges".
https://corporate.ryanair.com/media-...ws/topic/news/
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Old 19th Feb 2023, 18:54
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I note that there are only 8 Buzz-liveried and 6 Malta Air liveried Maxs, all delivered in 2021. Subsequent deliveries have been in 'old' Ryanair livery. Is this a change in strategy, a cost-saving device, or to improve fleet flexibility?
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Old 19th Feb 2023, 22:54
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That was always the plan. Buzz and MaltaAir are just Ryanair AOCs to make sure the pilot group doesn't get too big and union minded. They were always going to be Ryanair by-any-other-name, just like Ryanair UK.
All about keeping costs down.
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Old 20th Feb 2023, 09:53
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I note that there are only 8 Buzz-liveried and 6 Malta Air liveried Maxs, all delivered in 2021. Subsequent deliveries have been in 'old' Ryanair livery. Is this a change in strategy, a cost-saving device, or to improve fleet flexibility?
Donít know about Buzz, but I seem to recall that part of the deal with the Maltese government was that a certain number of aircraft (presumably 6) would be painted in Malta Air livery.
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