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Old 25th Oct 2023, 13:09
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Plausible explanation given. Loads high and stable in high season and highly competitive. Less so in early season so waiting to see how the market is before releasing to avoid later changes.
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MOL getting very vocal now about delays to Max deliveries, obviously directed at shareholders if earnings come in below estimates but must be another worry to add at the Boeing camp.
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Old 6th Nov 2023, 14:47
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Originally Posted by colinhunn
Iíve heard possibly 3 Summer sun routes out of Norwich, Faro, Malta and Malaga. But Norwich currently have an ADF which RYR find objectionable so something will have to give for it to happen
What is " objectionable " about it? or just that it isn't an ILS ?
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Old 7th Nov 2023, 09:23
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Originally Posted by Quadhop
What is " objectionable " about it? or just that it isn't an ILS ?
ADF = Airport Development Fee
All passengers aged 16+ flying out of NWI have to pay £10 at the airport before going through security. This is in addition to what is paid to an airline for a ticket
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Originally Posted by davidjohnson6
ADF = Airport Development Fee
All passengers aged 16+ flying out of NWI have to pay £10 at the airport before going through security. This is in addition to what is paid to an airline for a ticket
Shame if thats holding Ryanair back from expanding. NOC have a Airport Development fee also that has to be paid before departure i think as well. Ryanair are atill adding new routes there
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Old 7th Nov 2023, 12:14
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[QUOTE=AVGEEK7812;11534828]Shame if thats holding Ryanair back from expanding. NOC have an Airport Development fee also that has to be paid before departure i think as well. Ryanair are atill adding new routes there[/QUOTE
Believe me, hell will have frozen over before Ryanair add an airport in the UK with an ADF.
They only went back to Newquay because the ADF there was a dropped.
Knock is a special case, itís in Ireland for a start and Ryanair will always defend that fortress. There are exceptions to every rule.
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Originally Posted by AVGEEK7812
Shame if thats holding Ryanair back from expanding. NOC have an Airport Development fee also that has to be paid before departure i think as well. Ryanair are atill adding new routes there[/QUOTE
Believe me, hell will have frozen over before Ryanair add an airport in the UK with an ADF.
They only went back to Newquay because the ADF there was a dropped.
Knock is a special case, itís in Ireland for a start and Ryanair will always defend that fortress. There are exceptions to every rule.
They definitely dont defend Ireland anyway. They have a up and down relationship with DUB and SNN as well.

Since the start of Winter schedule they have moved all MAX out of Dublin as example.
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Old 7th Nov 2023, 16:59
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Just watch their reaction if anyone else moves in on any scale to an Irish airport (south of the border). Go, from memory lasted 84 days.
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Old 7th Nov 2023, 17:05
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Originally Posted by pabely
MOL getting very vocal now about delays to Max deliveries, obviously directed at shareholders if earnings come in below estimates but must be another worry to add at the Boeing camp.
He was on the news again yesterday and was saying the usual "it's the Seattle management" and "I would buy airbus if they were cheaper"

He was saying that 90% of S24 is on sale, but the last 10% is not due to a lack of clarity of deliveries from now until end of April 24, the latest he is aware is 47 aircraft by the end of June, but has confirmed that the airline will not take any deliveries in July and August (I think they did take some this year just to get them flying quickly and boost the schedule)

The last of this MAX order is due the end of 2024 and the MAX 10 is not due until 27, meaning that they have very little need for cash, hence why dividends are being issued.

As always with MoL it can be difficult to know how much is for media soundbites and how much is true.
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Old 7th Nov 2023, 17:53
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Originally Posted by toon22
Just watch their reaction if anyone else moves in on any scale to an Irish airport (south of the border). Go, from memory lasted 84 days.
Further to toon22's comment, perhaps notable that neither Easyjet nor Wizzair touch the Republic of Ireland with 5 million people in any meaningful way. Eurowings, Norwegian and Transavia each have just one or two routes to Dublin.
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Old 7th Nov 2023, 19:21
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Fair points re Ryanair and Ireland.

But surprised at the S24 schedule. For example lots of routes ex FAO yet to go on sale that i thought be be popular.
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Anyone know the reason for G-RUKE operating RUK8292 MAN-TIA on 18th Nov diverting to STN? I watched it take off from MAN, it seemed to dip slightly just after rotation, then didn’t retract landing gear - I assumed wind shear but then saw the diversion..
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Likely not getting expected number of Max 8200 for next S24 and now engine problems on existing 737-800s
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...art-case-brews
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Old 1st Dec 2023, 11:59
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Originally Posted by toon22
Just watch their reaction if anyone else moves in on any scale to an Irish airport (south of the border). Go, from memory lasted 84 days.
I remember those days! I think easyJet tried Cork too and didn't last long.
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Originally Posted by SealinkBF
I remember those days! I think easyJet tried Cork too and didn't last long.
They tried NOC &/or SNN as well at the time
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The only other LCC carrier I can recall that had a sustained service from the UK to the Republic was BMIBaby. I used them to fly into Cork from Manchester, East Midlands and, on one occasion Tees Valley. Although their punctuality was terrible, I think the flights I was on averaged a delay of about 90 minutes.
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Old 1st Dec 2023, 20:09
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Jet2 also operated to Cork for years
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Dubrovnik will be the next base in summer 2024 with 2 B737 MAX 8
https://corporate.ryanair.com/news/r...k-base-in-s24/


Sarajevo will join the network with flights to CRL, GOT, STN, FMM and BGY
https://corporate.ryanair.com/news/e...evo/?market=ba

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Ryanair are coming to Norwich, which considering Stansted so close is fantastic for NWI, but there is plenty of room for a few sun flights like they have done at Exeter and teesside. Surprised no Malaga but hopefully added in the future. Will definitely prove popular with the locals despite the £10 fee

Ryanair - Faro to Norwich. Flights start 1 April 2024

FR5878 FAO 1515-1815 NWI (Mon & Fri)

FR5879 NWI 1840-2140 FAO (Mon & Fri)

Alicante to Norwich. Flights start 1 April 2024

FR5886 ALC 0830-1010 NWI (Mon)
FR5886 ALC 1500-1640 NWI (Fri)

FR5887 NWI 1035-1415 ALC (Mon)
FR5887 NWI 1705-2045 ALC (Fri)

Credit to @SeanM1997 on X

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Old 3rd Dec 2023, 17:07
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Originally Posted by Markushillman
Ryanair are coming to Norwich, which considering Stansted so close is fantastic for NWI, but there is plenty of room for a few sun flights like they have done at Exeter and teesside. Surprised no Malaga but hopefully added in the future. Will definitely prove popular with the locals despite the £10 fee

Ryanair - Faro to Norwich. Flights start 1 April 2024

FR5878 FAO 1515-1815 NWI (Mon & Fri)

FR5879 NWI 1840-2140 FAO (Mon & Fri)

Alicante to Norwich. Flights start 1 April 2024

FR5886 ALC 0830-1010 NWI (Mon)
FR5886 ALC 1500-1640 NWI (Fri)

FR5887 NWI 1035-1415 ALC (Mon)
FR5887 NWI 1705-2045 ALC (Fri)

Credit to @SeanM1997 on X
Also looks like Malta may be added too at twice weekly (Monday & Friday) from 1st April 2024.
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