Sunday, 9 February 2020

Ryanair's Buzz subsidiary fleet to grow to 50 Boeing 737-800 aircraft in Summer 2020

                                               
Buzz Boeing 737-800
Irish budget carrier Ryanair announced in FY2020Q3 results the carrier is to scale up its Polish  based subsidiary Buzz to 50 aircraft in Summer 2020 transferring aircraft from Dublin based Ryanair DAC.

Buzz, is a standalone business unit of the Ryanair Group operating both scheduled and charter flights headquartered at Warsaw operating on a Polish Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC). Buzz will launch its own website and app in due course.

The airline currently operates a fleet of 32 Boeing 737-800s with bases in Budapest, Gdansk, Krakow, Ponzan, Prague, Sofia, Wroclaw and Warsaw Modlin.  Ryanair stated 7 aircraft will be allocated Buzz's charter operations and 43 aircraft to scheduled services.

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Ryanair to scale up Malta based subsidiary Malta Air to 120 Boeing 737-800 fleet

                                               
Ryanair Boeing 737-800's Frankfurt Main 
Irish budget carrier Ryanair announced in FY2020Q3 results the carrier is to scale up its Malta based subsidiary to 120 aircraft in Summer 2020 transferring aircraft from Dublin based Ryanair DAC.

Malta Air currently operates a fleet of 76 Boeing 737-800 aircraft transferred from parent Ryanair DAC according to Planespotters.net . Ryanair based aircraft from France, Germany and Italy onto the Malta AOC which will allow these crews to pay their income taxes locally in France, Germany, Italy and Malta bases instead of Ireland where they are currently required to pay income taxes under Ryanair’s Irish AOC.

In Summer 2020 Malta Air will base four Boeing 737-800 in Vienna airport to operate on behalf of Laudamotion. According to Ryanair the six aircraft based in Malta (10 in Summer 2021) are to re-branded in Malta Air colours.

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Ryanair's Laudamotion fleet to grow to 38 Airbus A320's in Summer 2020

                                                 
Laudamotion Airbus A320
Irish budget carrier Ryanair announced in FY2020Q3 results the carrier is to scale up its Vienna based fully owned subsidiary Laudamotion Airbus A320 fleet from 23 to 38 aircraft in Summer 2020 with the aircraft significantly increasing capacity at its main Vienna base and the launch of the new Zadar base.

In summer 2020 Laudamotion is significantly expanding it's Irish footrpint for Summer 2020 increasing Dublin to Vienna frequency to 11 Weekly and is to operate Zadar-Dublin weekly for Ryanair and is launching a new route from Vienna to Shannon twice weekly.

Laudamotion GmbH is based in Vienna with bases in Dusseldorf, Palma, Stuttgart with a fleet of 23 Airbus A320 aircraft.

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