Saturday, November 28, 2009

Ryanair makes Rygge its Norwegian base


View International non-stop flights from Rygge - status November 2009 in a larger map

Ryanair has announced on a press briefing November 24th that its first Norwegian base will be at Rygge Airport. With it comes 16 new destinations in Europe from March 2010. The CEO of the airport, Pål F. Tandberg, received the news with joy, saying that this new status will mean much for the airport and passengers and local businesses.

Ryanair currently operates 6 services from Rygge to Bergamo (IT), Bremen(DE), Charleroi (BE), Girona(ES), London Stanstead(GB), and Madrid (ES).

The new status will mean that 3 aircraft will use Rygge as base and with it comes 16 new destinations from March 2010.

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On special maps you find non-stop flights operating from Europe to the largest Norwegian airports. On these maps you will find markers that display status on different non-stop flights to Norway.

A red marker means that flight is seasonal and not in operation or that an earlier non-stop flight has been canceled. A green marker shows that there is a new non-stop flight planned to this destination.

A yellow marker means that there is a seasonal flight still operating to this airport, whereas an airplane button means that service is in operation all year around from the destination to this specific airport.

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(Photo showing Check-In at Moss Airport, Rygge by EWR)

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