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Ryanair ponders transatlantic move

 
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 MessagePosté le: Ven 26 Sep - 18:55 (2008)    Sujet du message: Ryanair ponders transatlantic move Répondre en citant Back to top

Low-cost carrier Ryanair is seriously considering making a move into the highly lucrative transatlantic market, reports suggest.

According to the Telegraph, the operator is apparently close to launching flights to New York from its bases at London Stansted, Birmingham and Prestwick.

The idea was discussed a year ago but never seriously considered possible at a time when the aviation industry was in a period of strength.

However, drastic change to the transatlantic market, including the collapse of various airlines due to high fuel prices, has prompted Ryanair to push the plan forward.

The carrier reportedly intends to establish a separate new company that will be purely devoted to the transatlantic service.

Ryanair is now believed to be in negotiations with Boeing in order to acquire a fleet of its brand new 787 Dreamliners to operate under the transatlantic entity.

Howard Miller, Ryanair deputy chief executive, told the Telegraph that "this industry is in a rapid period of change".

Mr Miller also indicated that the changing aviation industry may have the effect of opening the door to Ryanair's protracted takeover of Aer Lingus.

He warned that "smaller carriers will not survive as Europe moves towards recession" and the airline industry also increasingly moves to consolidate.

It is believed that Ryanair will point to the proposed link-up between British Airways and American Airlines as reason for regulators to green-light the Aer Lingus takeover.

Low-cost aviation companies are due to meet this week in London in order to debate the future of the industry which faces high fuel costs and a continuing economic downturn.


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 MessagePosté le: Ven 26 Sep - 19:01 (2008)    Sujet du message: Ryanair ponders transatlantic move Répondre en citant Back to top

Ryanair is considering forming an off-shoot carrier that would provide low-cost transatlantic flights connecting three airports in the UK with New York.

The Irish non-frills carrier believes that the current crisis in the airline industry, fuelled by high oil prices that have caused the failure of numerous airlines, actually strengthens its position in receiving regulatory approval for such a venture and in its bid to acquire Aer Lingus.

If regulatory approval is granted, Ryanair envisions using a number of the long-haul aircraft Aer Lingus has on order, to service the transatlantic routes, according to a report on telegraph.co.uk.

The new off-shoot operation would also negotiate with aircraft leasing companies about acquiring Boeing 787 Dreamliners for the fleet.

Routes that have been identified as part of the new transatlantic low-cost service would include connections between New York and Birmingham, Prestwick and Stansted airports in Britain.

Planning is said to be at a relatively advanced stage, although it would still probably be a few years before aircraft are flying the proposed routes.

It was over a year ago when Ryanair first began talking publicly about operating low-cost flights over the North Atlantic. Since that time, the airline industry has seen the failure of business class carriers Eos, MAXjet and Silverjet – and also budget carrier Zoom.

For more information on the above article, please visit the www.telegraph.co.uk website.

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