Ryanair a mai primit doua jucarii:
Boeing 737 -8AS 40291 3926 EI-EVF Ryanair delivery 13feb12 BFI-DUB
Boeing 737 -8AS 40292 3928 EI-EVG Ryanair delivery 15feb12 BFI-DUB
Sat 3 March FR 8355 / 8356 Budapest-Memmingen-Budapest
Sun 4 March FR 8513 / 8514 Budapest-Thessaloniki-Budapest
Mon 5 March FR 8553 / 8554 Budapest-Baden-Budapest
Tue 6 March FR 8355 / 8356 Budapest-Memmingen-Budapest
Wed 7 March FR 8513 / 8514 Budapest-Thessaloniki-Budapest
Thur 8 March FR 8357 / 8358 Budapest-Manchester-Budapest
Fri 9 March FR 8553 / 8554 Budapest-Memmingen-Budapest
Sun 11 March FR 8513 / 8514 Budapest-Thessaloniki-Budapest
Mon 12 March FR 8553 / 8554 Budapest-Baden-Budapest
Tue 13 March FR 8355 / 8356 Budapest-Memmingen-Budapest
Wed 14 March FR 8513 / 8514 Budapest-Thessaloniki-Budapest
Thur 15 March FR 8357 / 8358 Budapest-Manchester-Budapest
Fri 16 March FR 8553 / 8554 Budapest-Baden-Budapest
"Zsolt" said:La BUD le merge destul de bine. S-au mutat la T2 si culmea, avioanele trag aproape de burdufe dar nu le folosesc. Sunt folosite scarile avioanelor.
S-a ajuns la un compromis si aeroportul a aproba deplasarea pasagerilor pe jos, de la avion in terminal. A fost nevoie de un plan complex pentru acest lucru, T2 ne fiind gandit pentru plimbari "per pedes".
"Thomas" said:Mda ... cred ca BUD chiar nu se bucura masiv de RYR si cred ca si aceasta atitudine de "Good bye Malev" nu e prea potrivita în Ungaria ... deci si eu cred ca acest "mariaj" impus mai mult de împrejurari nu va tine prea mult.
RYANAIR & BUDAPEST BORDER CONTROL AGREE PROCEDURES TO PREVENT FURTHER FLIGHT DELAYS OR CANCELATIONS
Ryanair, Hungary’s favourite airline, today (9th Mar) announced that it has agreed new procedures with Budapest Border Control Police to ensure that its flights will not be delayed or cancelled while Ryanair crews, on specific flights, undergo agreed Border Control procedures at Budapest Airport.
These new procedures, which have been agreed between Ryanair and Budapest Border Control Police, will ensure that Ryanair’s 25 min turnarounds will not be delayed while specific Ryanair crews comply with Budapest Border Control procedures. As a result of this new agreement Ryanair confirmed that there will be no further flight cancelations at Budapest Airport after Friday 16th March.
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said:
“Ryanair is pleased with this agreement with Budapest Border Control Police which will satisfy their immigration requirements while ensuring that Ryanair passengers do not suffer unreasonable flight delays or cancelations at Budapest airport.
For operational reasons the two daily Ryanair flights which have been cancelled up to Friday 16th March cannot be reinstated, but we are pleased to confirm that all scheduled flights will operate without cancellation from 17th March. Ryanair sincerely thanks Budapest Airport and Budapest Border Control Police for their assistance in reaching this passenger focused solution, which now allows Ryanair to focus all our efforts on growing traffic and tourism at our new Budapest base.”