Lauda’s Zadar base “not going ahead”

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The CEO of Ryanair, Eddie Wilson, has said the planned new base of its subsidiary Lauda in Zadar is “not going ahead”. Initially, the Ryanair Group announced the opening of the base would be postponed until next year due to the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, however, those plans have now been dropped. Mr Wilson noted that the three aircraft destined for Zadar would go to Dublin instead. The Ryanair Group has discontinued the sale of flights from Zadar to Aarhus, Budapest, Bremen, Cork, Dublin, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Gdansk, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Kaunas, Krakow, London, Liverpool, Maastricht, Manchester, Marseille, Memmingen, Nuremberg, Paris, Riga, Stockholm, Toulouse and Wroclaw. The Ryanair Group was expected to handle some 672.000 passengers in Zadar this year.

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  1. Anonymous13:50

    I wish this was not true. Goes from bad to worse.

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  2. Anonymous15:02

    RIP Zadar airport

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  3. Anonymous15:19

    Ryanair cancelled almost 2/3 in exyu for this summer schedule

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  4. If ZAD gets 300K passangers this year it can celebrate. Quite a drop from 800+K lasz year. No other airport in exYu got hit as hard.

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    1. Anonymous19:50

      And the worst thing is they would have had a million + passengers this year :(

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    2. Anonymous20:07

      Maybe it will also be a good thing for Zadar... ? People should make money otherwise than mass tourism !

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  5. Yeah. Let's cancel tourism for the benefit of the ppl in Zadar.... why stop there, let's cancel it altogether.

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  6. Anonymous21:31

    They'll be missed that's for sure

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  7. Anonymous11:27

    Perhaps they will change their minds now that Lauda decided to close their base in Vienna too.
    They will need to do someting will all these extra planes.

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    1. Lauda is owned by RA, hence that is RA's decision. Is the in Vienna closure confirmed?

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    2. Anonymous15:44

      Yes, just this morning.

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    3. Anonymous22:49

      In my opinion, Lauda will be shut down pretty soon.

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