Monday, April 10, 2017

Ryanair tipped for Niš announcement

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Ryanair will host a press conference at Niš Constantine the Great Airport on Wednesday, where the carrier is expected to announce its future plans for the airport. The low cost carrier currently operates services from Niš to Bergamo, Berlin, Bratislava and Weeze. Ryanair's Marketing Executive for Italy, Greece, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia, Chiara Ravara, said last year, “We look forward to opening additional services in the future. Basing an aircraft is currently not an option for us, but developments take place quickly with Ryanair. Of course, this does not mean that Rynaiar will not continue expanding its network from Niš and attributing to its passenger growth". Niš Airport welcomed 66.220 passengers during the first quarter of 2017.

28 comments:

  1. Probably Rome and London

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  2. London? I dont think so..Maybe Skavsta, Paris and eventually Frankfurt Hahn.

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  3. What about Sweden? They'll probably add more German routes.

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  4. London, Berlin or Amsterdam would be nice.

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  5. Cool thing is that wizz will not wait for long to kick back. I think we will have one more press conference soon ;)
    Im really happy for Nis and have no problem to take a ride to Belgrade.

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    1. Rynair has said they are exploring the situation in Mostar, so I think they will start flights from/to Mostar earlier and not Tuzla

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  7. London or Paris

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  8. OMG! INI very well done! You are soon even going to reach half a million pax in 2 years! SKP and BEG, be prepared for the baby beast, which is never stopping.
    Bravo INI!

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    1. without new INI terminal that is impossible

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    2. Well I think they can if they spread out the arrivals.

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  9. Wow. I hope there will be new route announcement. My tip is Paris, although not sure which airport FR utilizes.

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    1. Ryanair only serves BVA (Beauvais-Tille Airport), so if they anounce a flight to Paris, it will be that one...

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    2. Haha yeah but it's cheap

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    3. It's a very basic airport... I don't like that it's not so close to Paris, it took me 2,5 hours with a shuttle bus, which was supposed to be much less, if we could avoid the traffic and construction work site... Also, if you include the price of the bus ticket on top of the flight, sometimes it's better to fly legacy to CDG or ORY, Wizz is not cheap from Belgrade to BVA anymore.

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    4. Unfortunately neither is JU to CDG, you are lucky if you find a fare for €240. I guess JU has an excuse, they fly to CDG, what's Wizz Air's? Besides being desperate for cash.

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    5. It seems JU doesn't have the problem to fill their planes to Paris, I was on a flight to CDG in May, without a single empty seat in econmy, business class was 4/8 ... A lot of people connecting to AF/DL flights to the USA, including a group of 56 Work and Travel students.
      So I would guess that's why they keep their prices high.
      Also, it's ridiculous to pay 140 € for Wizz Air flight to BVA (I just checked a random date in May), where you can't even have a proper hand luggage.

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    6. Leteo sam zimus preko Ciriha do Pariza iz BG, za 150 evra, a povratak je bio preko Minehna. Doduse, samo rucni prtljag. Naravno na De Gol. Gledao sam Wiz, ali je bio skup, do Bovea. Moze da se nadje, a da se izbegne Bove

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  10. I guess INI will finish this year with around 350,000 which is fantastic. BEG and INI which are two main airports under Belgrade's control could handle close to 6 million passengers. :O

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  11. I think it will be Sweden 75% chances, Germany 60%, Paris 50%, London 50%, Rome 40% and 20% chances that it will be some summer destination like Cyprus, Malta, Barcelona or Greece

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  12. Maybe FCO? It's becoming FRs hub, and they will offer connected flights through it.

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  13. Possibile to see rayan air on brac maybi? Hawe that destination perspektive for it?

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