Wednesday, 1 January 2020

Buzz to operate four Polish routes to Dublin for Summer 2020

                                                 
Buzz Boeing 737-800
Ryanair re-branded as Buzz operating on a Polish Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) is to operate four Polish routes to Dublin on behalf of parent Ryanair DAC for Summer 2020.

Dublin-Gdansk RYR1909/8 x 5 weekly 29 March - 24 October
Dublin-Krakow RYR1902/1 Monday to Satuday 29 March - 24 October
Dublin-Ponzan RYR1975/4 x 5 weekly 29 March - 24 October
Dublin-Warsaw Modlin RYR8012/1 x 5 weekly 29 March - 24 October

Buzz, is a standalone business unit of the Ryanair Group operating both scheduled and charter flights headquartered at Warsaw. Buzz will launch its own website and app in due course.

The airline operates a fleet of 39 Boeing 737-800s increasing to 50 units by Summer 2020 with bases in Budapest, Gdansk, Krakow, Ponzan, Prague, Sofia, Wroclaw and Warsaw Modlin.

On 23rd December Woodys Aeroimages tweeted a picture of the The first Boeing 737-8 200 MAX for Buzz registered SP-RZA painted behind final assembly at Renton.  Subsequently two further aircraft where rolled out of the final assembly SP-RZB, SP-RZC.

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Malta Air to operate Cologne to Ireland West Airport Knock service in Summer 2020

                                                 
EI-DCF Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair 
Malta Air part of Ryanair Holdings Group is to operate Cologne to Ireland West Airport Knock twice weekly for Summer 2020 with effect from 2nd June till 29th September.

The service operates on Tuesday's and Saturday's using Ryanair flight numbers on behalf of Ryanair DAC.

Malta Air will operate a Boeing 737-800 aircraft on the route in Ryanair colours.

Tuesday: RYR8546 departs Cologne 1420 arrives Ireland West Knock 1525
                RYR8547 departs Ireland West Knock 1550 arrives Cologne 1845

Saturday: RYR8546 departs Cologne 1540 arrives Ireland West Knock 1645
                RYR8547 departs Ireland West Knock 1710 arrives Cologne 2045

Malta Air currently operates a fleet of 48 Boeing 737-800 aircraft transferred from parent Ryanair DAC with the six (10 in Summer 2021) aircraft based in Malta to re-branded in Malta Air colours and move Ryanair based aircraft from France, Italy and Germany onto the Malta AOC. In Summer 2020 Malta Air will base four Boeing 737-800 in Vienna airport to operate on behalf of Laudamotion.

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