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Ryanair’s second 737max-8-200 has been delivered today. EI-HEN flew Seattle Boeing Field to Dublin.
 

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Ryanair have taken delivery of another 737-max. This time it’s the first one going to Malta air. 9H-VUE.
 

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Ryanair Operations in the UK (not including STN)

Looking at the week of the 9th August 2021, the Ryanair Group (Ryanair, Lauda, Malta Air, Buzz) operated 1,220 departures from 21 UK airports (I haven't included STN in this list due to the enormity of the operation there and amount of data regarding flights there).

Ryanair have 12 UK bases, BHX, BOH, BRS, EDI, EMA, LBA, LPL, LTN, MAN, PIK, SEN & STN. The SEN base will be closing at the end of summer 2021 and NCL becomes a base at the beginning of summer 2022.

Below is a table showing the UK airports Ryanair serve sorted by number of departures over the week of the 9th August 2021 and also showing the percentage difference compared to the same week in August 2019:

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Ryanair Operations in the UK (not including STN)

Looking at the week of the 9th August 2021, the Ryanair Group (Ryanair, Lauda, Malta Air, Buzz) operated 1,220 departures from 21 UK airports (I haven't included STN in this list due to the enormity of the operation there and amount of data regarding flights there).

Ryanair have 12 UK bases, BHX, BOH, BRS, EDI, EMA, LBA, LPL, LTN, MAN, PIK, SEN & STN. The SEN base will be closing at the end of summer 2021 and NCL becomes a base at the beginning of summer 2022.

Below is a table showing the UK airports Ryanair serve sorted by number of departures over the week of the 9th August 2021 and also showing the percentage difference compared to the same week in August 2019:

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Interesting , thank you.
 

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Ryanair have ended talks with Boeing for the 737max-10 which is the largest version of the 737 max over a dispute with the prices. Could this lead Ryanair to go to rivals Airbus for new aircraft?….
 

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I understood Ryanair opted for a single aircraft type to keep costs down. So, if Airbus gets the nod, would Mr. O'Leary dispose of the Boeing fleet?
 

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I doubt it. if he did opt for the Airbus option. I cannot see him removing all those 737-800s and 737 Max’s to make way for Airbuses. Ryanair like to operate young aircraft in their fleet so until they’re at an age Ryanair deem them to old they will be kept in service.

Even if he did go to Airbus there’s no guarantee he will get a cheap deal with them either. It’s happened in the past with Airbus where he wanted planes at lower offers than Airbus were willing to accept. Hence the reason he stuck with Boeing as they gave him a good deal on the 737-800s and MAX-8s. But that doesn’t seem to be the case the 737-Max-10.
 
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Ryanair will add a new destination to the list of many they serve: LA PALMA (In the Canary Islands)

There will be 2 new routes available to Madrid and Barcelona.

Madrid will be served 5 weekly
Barcelona will be 2 weekly

Sean M on Twitter
 
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