Manchester flights closed by Ryanair




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19th August, 2009

Author: wicho

The airline based in Ireland, Ryanair announced that it will close flights from Manchester as from 1st October 2009. Ryanair close flights from Manchester in order to lower cost competitor airports in East Midlands, Leeds Bradford and Liverpool. The consequence of Ryanair closing 9 of its 10 flights from Manchester will be the loss of 44 weekly flights from Manchester, 600,000 passengers per annum and up to 600 local jobs. Moreover, Ryanair will thus close its flights from Manchester to Barcelona, Bremen, Brussels, Cagliari, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Marseille, Milan and Shannon.

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One Response for the article “Manchester flights closed by Ryanair”

  1. On 19th August, 2009, 10:21 am roman says:

    It’s a chance for Manchester airport that Jet2 decided to opens 3 new routes from Manchester. It’ll show that it’s possible for a low cost model to make benefits with this Airport, and may attract other airline. Why, if a small company like Jet2 could make profitable routes from Manchester, is Ryanair not able to do it?

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