Saturday, 6 June 2015

Ryanair announces significant Spanish expansion as claws back market share

                                               
Ryanair Boeing 737-800
In the first four months of 2015, AENA the Spanish airport operator revealed Irish budget Ryanair added 1.14 million passengers, growing 17.8% to 7.53 million. During this period, the Irish airline has increased it lead over Vueling by more than 800,000 passengers.

The rising passenger numbers can be attributed to continuing success of its 'Always Getting Better' improvement programme, launched in late 2013 to improve customer services and new Business Plus and Family Extra services.

The Irish airline carried 1.54 million passengers to and from Madrid in the first four months of 2015, according to AENA figures. This represents growth of 34% in a year, due to increased frequencies on existing routes and new routes.

In May the carrier announced significant expansion across it's Spanish network at bases Alicante, Las Palmas, Malaga, Palma, Seville and Tenerife South for IATA Winter season 2015/6 commencing 25th October.

Alicante-Hamburg  x 3 weekly from 26th October.

Alicante-Newcastle x 3  weekly from 27th October.

Alicante-Rome Ciampino x 2 weekly from 25th October.

Berlin Schönefeld-Tenerife South x 3 weekly from 27th October.

Hamburg-Alicante x 3 weekly from 26th October.

Hamburg-Malaga x 3 weekly from 26th October.

Krakow-Girona x 2 weekly from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Krakow-Tenerife South x 2 weekly from 8th November.

Malta-Rome Ciampino x 5 weekly from 25th October.

Las Palmas-Bologna x 2 weekly from 9th November.

Las Palmas-Krakow x 2 weekly from 6th November.

Malaga-Berlin Schonefeld x 3 weekly from 28th October.

Malaga-Copenhagen x 3 weekly from 25th October.

Malaga-Hamburg x 3 weekly from 26th October.

Malaga-Palma x 3 weekly from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Malaga-Santaigo x 2 weekly from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Malaga-Warsaw Modlin x 2 weekly from 27th October.

Palma-Berlin Schönefeld x 3 weekly from 26th October.

Palma-Birmingham x 2 weekly from 26th October.

Palma-Malaga x 3 weekly from 26th October.

Rome Ciampino-Alicante x 2 weekly from 25th October.

Rome Ciampino-Malta x 5 weekly from 25th October.

Seville-London Gatwick x 3 weekly from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Seville- Rome Fiumicino x 1 daily from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Seville-Santander x 3 weekly from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Seville-Santiago de Compostela x 4 weekly from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Seville-Tenerife South x 2 weekly from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Tenerife South-Krakow x 2 weekly from 8th November.

Tenerife South-Treviso x 2 weekly from 26th October.

Tenerife South-Wroclaw x 1 weekly from 4th November.

Valencia-Trieste x 2 weekly from 25th October (extended from the summer program).

Verona-London Stansted x 3 weekly from 4th November.

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