Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Ryanair Announces Eindhoven as 52nd European Base ©


                                                   
Ryanair announced Eindhoven Airport as its 52nd European Base from April 2013 with a single Boeing 737-800 launching four new routes to Agadir, Bordeaux, Chania and Fez and is to increase frequencies on routes to Alicante, Faro, Ibiza, Malaga, Marrakech and Pisa, also Warsaw Modlin becomes a year round route. The airline plans to carry 1.7 milion passengers from  the base on 31 routes operating 238 weekly flights .

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said “Ryanair is delighted to announce Eindhoven as our 52nd base and unveil 4 new routes (31 in total) to/from Agadir, Bordeaux, Chania and Fez beginning in April, and the extension of our Warsaw Modlin route, which started in October, as part of our summer schedule
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In its route selection, Ryanair has delivered further important ‘Brainport’ business destinations for the province of North Brabant and the stakeholders of Eindhoven Airport “.

Ryanair launched the Dublin-Eindhoven on 19th April 2005 which operates five times weekly expect on Tuesday and Thursdays.

                                     
                                                   
Irish Aviation Research Institute © 11th December 2012 All Rights Reserved.

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