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Old 12th Aug 2022, 11:27
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Ryanair has cut a number of routes from its Budapest base citing the latest government tax. Unfortunately the Bournemouth route is one of them.

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Old 29th Aug 2022, 10:39
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July passenger figures out and Bournemouth handled a massive 97, 553

Really good figure considering the constraints that are happening everywhere

TUI loads were pretty much full to all destinations with the Greek islands and Cyprus in particular

Cyprus could well have done with Ryanair this summer as demand is huge and nothing available with TUI till end of season

The new Budapest route was around 90% full along with Krakow
Shame the BUD is suspended this winter , hopefully will return next summer along with LIS if they can reach an agreement abroad

Next summer schedule with FR should be loaded beginning of September


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Old 29th Aug 2022, 16:25
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Originally Posted by MARKEYD
July passenger figures out and Bournemouth handled a massive 97, 553

Really good figure considering the constraints that are happening everywhere

TUI loads were pretty much full to all destinations with the Greek islands and Cyprus in particular

Cyprus could well have done with Ryanair this summer as demand is huge and nothing available with TUI till end of season

The new Budapest route was around 90% full along with Krakow
Shame the BUD is suspended this winter , hopefully will return next summer along with LIS if they can reach an agreement abroad

Next summer schedule with FR should be loaded beginning of September
Bournemouth continues to be the top airport along the South Coast,far outstripping SOU figures even with BACF operations
Surely more destinations will follow for Bournemouth
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Old 2nd Sep 2022, 12:58
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Something on Ryanair thread about new routes to Glasgow and Belfast??? But not sure Ryanair UK has spare jets???
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Old 22nd Sep 2022, 11:15
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Malta a new route?

https://www.maltatoday.com.mt/busine...s#.YyxCXnbMIuU
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Old 22nd Sep 2022, 12:49
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''The Bournemouth route was the one the Maltese authorities were most keen on introducing'' That's nice to read!
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Old 1st Oct 2022, 09:37
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99,000 pax in august

Bournemouth is doing well it seems this summer. 634,000 passengers year to date.
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Old 1st Oct 2022, 10:44
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Originally Posted by shamrock7seal
Bournemouth is doing well it seems this summer. 634,000 passengers year to date.
Definitely taken advantage of leisure coming back stronger versus business after the pandemic and the airport seems to have a sweet spot of circa 1m pax p/a. However not sure this is likely to be increased much further with core TUI/RYR routes having been served for years and donít see any further airline expansion on the horizon
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Old 1st Oct 2022, 12:25
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Pre Covid there was TUI with a 2nd based aircraft about to be based with destinations including Skiathos , Salzburg and Egypt put on sale with extra flights to Rhodes , Tenerife and Cyprus

Ryanair as well was looking to base a second aircraft but obviously this never happened

Who knows what will happen again next year with a possible recession on the cards but somehow people still want to travel and still find the money somewhere to go
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The plan for TUI with a 2nd based BOH aircraft back before the Covid meltdown was to be shared with EXT.

IIRC it was a LTN 737 with up to 3 days at EXT and up to 4 days at BOH.
Also I think the last I read was there was still a spare BOH rotation to be filled on one of the days it was expected there.

Summer 2022 has sold really well for TUI at BOH EXT BRS and SOU and despite the airline's problems with PR, tech reliability and other delays due to other sources, I would expect sales for 2023 will be booming - Ah but, we could start to maybe from this month that folk will have to start looking at their £££ closely, and although holidays are always where we 'find' some money for them I am not so sure about next year.
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Prices will be diving thatís all.

The demand will be high.

2023 will be the year of pile it high sell it cheap
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Grrr

Originally Posted by Sharklet_321
Prices will be diving thatís all.

The demand will be high.

2023 will be the year of pile it high sell it cheap
I doubt if any holidays or scheduled fares will be cheap. I read that prices were expected to be at least 40% higher than Summer 2019. That figure coming from the travel industry.
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Old 2nd Oct 2022, 21:12
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Originally Posted by Sharklet_321
Prices will be diving that’s all.

The demand will be high.

2023 will be the year of pile it high sell it cheap
In your dreams. If they indeed sell them cheap they will sell them at substantial losses. I always go away for October half term but not this year and not next year either. The savings made this year will cover my extra energy costs this winter. Better to have 30 weeks of heat than one week of sunshine.
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Does anyone know when Ryanair will release flights from Bournemouth to Alicante from April 2023?
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Good to see Ryanair have added extra flights over Xmas and New Year to the following destinations
Alicante, Faro , Malaga, Venice, Wroclaw and Krakow

Believe that Ryanair will announce the summer schedule for 23 in the next 2 weeks
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Old 12th Oct 2022, 21:02
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Budapest returning in 2023Ö

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LIS

Really would like Lisbon to come back permanently & year-round; it's a destination I travel to a lot and need to go from London now!!
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Originally Posted by shamrock7seal
Really would like Lisbon to come back permanently & year-round; it's a destination I travel to a lot and need to go from London now!!
Lisbon is one of the most slot constrained airports in Europe, RYR (and others) unlikely to get what they want until the airport invests in runway capacity enhancing measures. TAP were obliged to relinquish some runway slots in June, RYR were after them but the EU allocated the 18 former TAP slots to EZY. Hence the BOH news. Meanwhile as recently as yesterday TAP announced measures to counter the lack of LIS slots including use of larger aircraft, so don't hold your breath!


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Old 14th Oct 2022, 10:09
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Noticed this departure from JFK leaving at 7:30 local. So what’s that all about?

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Old 14th Oct 2022, 11:34
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It's a cargo flight on an A346.
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