Showing posts from February 11, 2013

Ryanair announces 2 new routes from Münster/Osnabrück ©

                                                      Ryanair announced its launching two new routes from Münster/Osnabrück to Girona and Malaga operating twelve times weekly, flights from Girona and Malaga operate three times weekly from 5th and 2nd June prescriptively delivering 80,000 passengers, the addition of Münster/Osnabrück to the route network becomes Ryanair's 13rd airport to be served by the carrier in Germany. Münster Osnabrück International Airport, is the 4th largest international commercial airport in North Rhine-Westphalia. It is located near Greven, 25 km (16 miles) north of Münster (Westfalen) and 35 km (22 miles) south of Osnabrück. Ryanair becomes the second Irish airline to operate services to Münster/Osnabrück as Cityjet commenced London City route on 28th October 2012. The historic city of Münster has stayed true to its medieval past, with ancient houses, stunning squares and imposing churches. Being the bicycle capital of Germany, Münster is a cyc

'A New Beginning' for Regional carrier Aer Arann ©

                                                    Aer Arann has today confirmed a 32% rise in Aer Lingus Regional passenger numbers in 2012, with total passenger growth of 16% in the past two years. Aer Arann Interim CEO Sean Brogan announced a new beginning at the airline outlining a package of measures to grow its customer base and route network, including a restructuring of the company, a fleet renewal programme, the extension of Aer Lingus agreement and the addition of two new routes. Aer Arann Interim CEO Sean Brogan said "Just over two years ago, we stared closure in the face. Now, we have the fundamentals in place to join Europe’s top tier of regional airlines. The completion of our restructuring programme represents a new beginning for the airline. Our extended franchise agreement with Aer Lingus to 2022 gives us a firm foundation for growth, and the fleet renewal programme allows us to enhance the passenger offering further. We have come a long way in a shor