Saturday, 25 April 2015

Ryanair announces 23 new routes from Germany connecting major business centers

                                               
Ryanair Boeing 737-800
This winter season Ryanair has announced it will place 7 new Boeing 737-800s in Germany market from it's delivery stream of 383 Boeing 737s on order, as aims it aims to grow it's market share from 4% to 15-20% over the next five years.

The budget carrier Ryanair last month announced significant expansion in the German market announcing Berlin Schonefeld as it's 73rd European Base, with five based aircraft operating a total of 22 routes and major growth of Cologne base increasing base fleet from one to three based operating a total of 17 routes.

Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs said "Germany is a significant growth market for Ryanair and as we announce our 6th German base at Berlin, we will continue to connect key German cities with Europe’s major centers of business".

Indeed Ryanair's expansion is focused on building frequency on key business routes in German market to appeal to high yield business passengers against well established competitors. Berlin Schonefeld to Cologne was launched as a four times daily service commencing 26th October since then a fifth frequency has been added to the scheduled, and is launching Brussels Zaventem three times daily, connecting two key business centers.

On leisure routes prior to launch frequencies have been increased from Berlin Schonefeld to Malaga and Palma from two to three weekly.

Berlin Schonefeld-Alicante x 3 weekly from 1st November
Berlin Schonefeld-Athens Daily from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Barcelona Daily from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Bari x 3 weekly from 28th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Bologna Daily from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Brussels Zaventem x 3 daily from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Bratislava Daily from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Rome Ciampino x 2 Daily from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Glasgow x 4 weekly from 28th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Madrid x 2 Daily (extended from the summer program)
Berlin Schonefeld-Malaga x 3 weekly from 28th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Palma x 3 weekly from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Palmero x 2 weekly (extended from the summer program)
Berlin Schonefeld-Riga Daily from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Valencia x 3 weekly from 27th October
Berlin Schonefeld-Venice Treviso x 3 weekly from 27th October
Bristol-Castellon x 3 weekly from 16th September
Brussels Zaventem-Berlin x 26 weekly from 27th October 2015
Castellon-Bristol x 2 weekly from 16th September
Castellon-London Stansted x 3 weekly from 15th September
Cologne-Berlin Schonefeld x 5 Daily from 26th October
Cologne-Copenhagen Daily from 2nd September
Cologne-Las Palmas x 1 weekly from 31st October
Cologne-Milan Bergamo x 2 Daily from 25th October
Cologne-Porto x 4 weekly from 25th October
Cologne-Valencia x 3 weekly from 27th October
Cologne-Warsaw Modlin Daily from 25th October  
London Stansted-Castellon x 3 weekly from 15th September
London Stansted-Ponta Delgada x 1 weekly (extended from the summer program)
Stockholm Skavsta - Brussels Charleroi x 3 weekly (extended from the summer program)
Stockholm Skavsta - Copenhagen Daily from 25th October

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