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So this is another example that MOL's claim last year that because of Brexit future Ryanair development would be concentrated in mainland Europe at the expense of the UK was not what it seemed.
So true but nobody really knows how things will pan out next year. Does MOL have a crystal ball? All said, MOL does have an easy come easy go attitude to business so things could look very rosy or very sour by this time next year, who knows.
 

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From their corporate website:

Alicante (5 wkly), Barcelona Reus (2 wkly), Bilbao (4 wkly), Brest (2 wkly), Corfu (2 wkly), Cluj (3 wkly), Dublin (2 daily), Faro (5 wkly), Kosice (3 wkly), Malaga (5 wkly), Milan Bergamo (4 wkly), Palma (4 wkly) & Venice (4 wkly)

I don't think Ryanair serve Bilbao, Brest, Cluj and Kosice from any other airport? Southend seems to attract a lot of oddball routes - Air Malta to Catania and Cagliari; Flybe to Antwerp, Caen, Groningen, Rennes and Zadar; Loganair to Carlisle...
 

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It will surely be the smallest airport passenger wise to have have bases from Ryanair and Easyjet in the UK.
 

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The base size will be similar to BFS (2x aircraft base) and PIK (3x aircraft base) which this year will see 60 and 53 departures a week respectively.
 

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