Showing posts from February 27, 2013

Ryanair announces new Dublin to Bremen route

                                                    Ryanair announced the launch of a new route from Dublin to Bremen operating three times weekly from 18th September on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, becoming the fourth German destination to be served by Ryanair from Dublin. The airline previously served the route from 2007 to 2009. The Dublin Airport Authority welcomed the launch of the new route. Ryanair’s Maria Macken said "Ryanair is pleased to announce a new Dublin route to/from Bremen in Northwest Germany. This new service will operate three times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 18 September 2013 and will go on sale on tomorrow. Passengers in Ireland now have a choice of 4 German destinations (Berlin Schonefeld, Bremen, Frankfurt Hahn and Memmingen) from Dublin giving them even more choice than ever." The City Municipality of Bremen is a Hanseatic city in northwestern Germany. A commercial and industrial city with a major port

EU Commission Blocks Ryanair's 3rd Aer Lingus bid (The Main Players Respond)

Picture: Courtesy of Adam Ryan  Aer Lingus : "Aer Lingus’ position from the outset has been that Ryanair’s offer should never have been made. The series of inadequate remedy offers presented by Ryanair only underlines the view that Ryanair made its offer without any reasonable belief that it could obtain clearance. Aer Lingus continues to cooperate with the UK Competition Commission (UK CC) in its investigation into Ryanair’s 29.8% shareholding in Aer Lingus. The UK CC investigation began following the referral by the UK’s Office of Fair Trading on 15 June 2012, which observed that “there is a realistic prospect that its stake has resulted or will result in a substantial lessening of competition. The announcement of Ryanair’s bid on 19 June, just four days later, was clearly motivated by a desire to derail the UK CC’s investigation. "  Chambers Ireland : "Chambers Ireland has campaigned extensively for this outcome which is the best result for Irish business.

Ryanair announces new route Dusseldorf Weeze to Santander

                                                      Ryanair announced the launch of a new route from its Dusseldorf Weeze Base to Santander operating three times weekly from 11th June 2013 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, becoming the 14th Spanish destination to be served from Weeze by Ryanair. Ryanair's Luis Fern├índez-Mellado said "Ryanair has always shown an interest to continue growing in Parayas airport and keep looking for new opportunities to attract more tourists to Cantabria". Ryanair will operate a total of 17 routes from Satander for Summer 2013 , including Edinburgh, announced last December and starts operating on 31st March. Santander is a wonderful city located in the north of Spain. The northern regions of Spain are often the less spoiled by tourism and also less know to foreign visitors, but the north of Spain keeps some of the jewels of the country: amazing landscapes and charming beaches, friendly peoples and nature preserves. The port city

Ryanair announces four new routes from Bologna

                                                      Ryanair announced the launch of four new routes from Bologna for Summer 2013 to Barcelona, ​​Dublin, Edinburgh and Paphos operating a total of 34 routes with 310 weekly flights delivering 2.1 million passengers per annum. The carrier established its Bologna Base in 2009 growing to five based aircraft. Bologna is the capital city of Emilia-Romagna, in the Po Valley of Northern Italy and to the oldest university in the Western world, University of Bologna, founded in 1088. The city is a lively and cosmopolitan Italian college city, has a rich history, art, cuisine, music and culture, and was made 2000's European Capital of Culture.                                           Irish Aviation Research Institute © 27th February 2013 All Rights Reserved .