Ryanair to end Stockholm - Niš service

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Low cost carrier Ryanair will discontinue flights from Stockholm Skavsta to Niš at the start of the 2020 summer season in late March. In a statement to EX-YU Aviation News, the airline said, "This route from Niš to Stockholm Skavsta will not operate from April 2020, as we continually review each of our 2.100 routes and put together a schedule based on many factors including base availability, historical route performance and market demand. However, we’ll continue offering the lowest fares from Niš to Berlin, Bratislava, Malta and Milan Bergamo next summer". The last flight between Skavsta Airport and the south-east Serbian city is scheduled to operate on March 28. Last week Ryanair shifted its planned new Hahn - Niš route to Banja Luka after it was unable to secure a flight permit, while Swiss International Air Lines announced it would discontinue services from Zurich.

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  1. ...and then some want them to replace JU tout HHN. No thanks.

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    1. INI-HHN with FR was nothing but show

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    2. What does that make JU then with INI-BUD?

      Others are to come I'm sure, next winter season at the latest.

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    3. Not replace, but to operate in addition to JU.

      Big difference.

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  2. Nis will be Beograd Airport which we know in 1998.

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    1. Nis has more flights, routes and passengers then it has ever had at any point in time.

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    2. Yes. Like in the era of good old JAT and bilateral agreements.

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  3. So there will be 4 Ryan and 4 Wizz, besides AS

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  4. They would most likely cancel HHN in 6 months ... what a show.

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  5. if you have followed the fare to BTS and Bergamo they are not making much profit there either. seems only Berlin is OK

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    1. Yes. It seems like on average INI has the lowest fares in the whole Europe.

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  6. Air Serbia ending INI-BUD is an opportunity for them to start Stockholm from Nis. Ryanair just proved Stockholm is not commerically viable from Nis, so subsidy for Air Serbia to start that route is justified.

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    1. Which route is really commercially viable from Nis?

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    2. "Ryanair just proved Stockholm is not commerically viable from Nis, so subsidy for Air Serbia to start that route is justified."

      Next route is surely going to be INI-SYD then?

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    3. Does anybody knows which routes are the best/ worst or is more or less all doing okay now (after BUD retired)?

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    4. GOT was killing it in summer, don't know now.

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    5. "Which route is really commercially viable from Nis?"

      Great question! If you are literate you may find an answer in the text above: "we continually review each of our 2.100 routes and put together a schedule based on many factors including ... route performance and market demand...[Ed. note: a.k.a commercially viable] we’ll continue offering the lowest fares from Niš to Berlin, Bratislava, Malta and Milan Bergamo next summer"

      "Next route is surely going to be INI-SYD then? "

      Absolutely, because Ryanair is currently operating INI-SYD LOL.

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    6. Silly Billy, 738 can't make it from INI to SYD

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    7. Trade Air operated ZAG - SYD some 12 years ago, via Larnaca, Dubai, Mumbai, Calcutta, Medan, Denpasar, Darwin and Alice Springs on FOKKER 100. It was ferry flight, no passengers, to operate chain of domestic charter flights for Australian Government in electorial campaign. So, technically, 738 can make INI-SYD for sure, even with passengers, depending on conditions, of course, LOL

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  7. Which route is really commercially viable from Nis? INI-TIV, for sure. And that flight have to be a year-round:winter 1-2 pw/summer: daily.

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    1. It's a shame since they can't increase TIV in summer, a fourth flight could easily operate though.

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