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Ryanair announced it would open 8 routes from Warsaw to Brussels, Budapest, Dublin, London, Milan, Oslo, Rome and Stockholm as soon as Warsaw’s new Modlin airport opens on 16 July 2012. These 8 new Warsaw routes will deliver 700,000 passengers p.a.
Ryanair announced 19 new routes from Girona to Aarhus, Bydgoszcz, Cagliari, Cork, Doncaster, Dusseldorf, Gdansk, Ibiza, Knock, Krakow, Madrid, Malmo, Nador, Perugia, Poitiers, Skelleftea, Stockholm, Thessaloniki and Turku from March 2012. Ryanair’s Girona based aircraft will grow from four to nine for summer 2012, as its new routes (59 in total) increase its Girona traffic to 3m passengers p.a. To celebrate its 59 low fare Girona routes Ryanair launched a 1million seat sale with seats from €9....
Ryanair today (10th Jan) announced 7 new routes from Malta to Bournemouth, Kaunas, London Stansted, Malmö, Oslo Rygge, Turin and Wroclaw in May 2012. Ryanair’s 7 new routes (28 in total) will grow Ryanair’s Malta traffic to over 1m passengers p.a. To celebrate its 28 low fare Malta routes Ryanair launched a 1million seat sale with seats from €9.99 for travel across 1,000 European routes in late Feb. These seats, from €9.99, must be booked on ryanair.com before midnight (24:00hrs) Thur 12th Jan...
Ryanair announced it would open its 48th base at Billund Airport in March 2012 with 2 based aircraft and 19 routes, delivering 800,000 passengers p.a. In addition to Ryanair’s existing 14 Billund routes, the airline will open five new routes from Billund to Carcassonne, Corfu, Krakow, Venice and Zadar, all of which go on sale on ryanair.com tomorrow (7th Dec) and bring to 19 the number of routes offered from Billund by Ryanair in summer 2012. Ryanair celebrated its new Billund base (No 48) by...
Ryanair will open 4 new routes (14 in total) from Knock to Barcelona (Girona), Frankfurt (Hahn), Milan (Bergamo) and Paris (Beauvais) from April 2012. Ryanair’s 14 routes from Knock will deliver over 500,000 passengers To celebrate its 14 low fare Knock routes, Ryanair released 1m seats with fares from €14.99 for travel across its 1,000 European routes in Jan 2012. These seats must be booked on ryanair.com before midnight (24:00hrs) Thursday (24th Nov). Ryanair’s 4 new low fare routes from...
Ryanair announced it would open its 47th base at Baden-Baden (Karlsruhe) Airport in March 2012 with two based aircraft and 20 routes, delivering over 800,000 passengers p.a., and sustaining 800 jobs in the Baden region. In addition to Ryanair’s existing 12 Baden-Baden routes Ryanair will open 7 new routes to Faro, Malaga, Palma, Riga, Thessaloniki, Vilnius and Zadar and bring to 19 the number of routes served from Baden-Baden by Ryanair in Summer 2012. Ryanair celebrated its new Baden-Baden (...
Ryanair announced it would open its 46th base at Wroclaw Airport (Poland) in March 2012 with one based aircraft and 6 new routes, delivering up to 800,000 passengers p.a., and sustaining 800 jobs in the Wroclaw region. Ryanair celebrated its new 46th base in Worclaw by releasing 1 milion €9.99 seats for travel in late Nov/ early Dec, which are available for booking until midnight Thursday (20 Oct).
Ryanair announced that it will cease to operate flights on its Dublin - Kerry route from 7th Sept (‘All Ireland’ flights on 17th, 18th and 19th Sept will operate) while flights on its Dublin - Cork route will cease from 30th October next. These closures are the result of: -The marked decline in traffic on the Cork route as motorway improvements have reduced driving times between Dublin and Cork to 2.5 hours, -The Govt’s imposition of a PSO subsidised operation on the Dublin – Kerry route from...
Ryanair today (19th July) launched its latest passenger innovation - ‘Flight Tracker’ - which allows passengers to easily retrieve future and historic bookings. The service was developed after research showed that over 50% of Ryanair’s passengers flew on its low fares at least four times in the last 12 months while a third flew over six times. The new service, which will be particularly useful for frequent flyers, allows passengers to track all flights within an 18 month period by simply...
Ryanair announced that from Thur 14th July it will release 500,000 €9.99 seats for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in October. These “all in” low fares will be available on over 1,000 of Ryanair’s European routes but must be booked on ryanair.com before midnight (24:00hrs) Monday (18th July). Ryanair’s €9.99 Seat Sale includes all taxes and charges so passengers who choose to avoid discretionary fees by paying for Ryanair’s cheapest flights with MasterCard Prepaid, travel with...