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Ryanair sees opportunities to fly in the future from both Schiphol and Lelystad Airport . That said Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs of Europe’s largest low Wednesday. It fits in the pursuit of Ryanair ‘s market share in the Netherlands – now only 4 percent – significantly expand . “One scenario is that we from Schiphol business routes from Lelystad will carry the more tourist routes ,” Jacobs said on Wednesday at the Philips stadium in Eindhoven Travel Media .

Lelystad Airport will pass from 2018 large passenger aircraft like the Boeing 737-800 can handle . The rapidly growing Ryanair, which has 380 new 737s on order , but does not want to wait so long for the ‘Amsterdam -region ‘ – which also is counted Lelystad – storm . It has long been clear that Ryanair Schiphol no longer as a ‘no- go area ” considers , as was the case for years . Across Europe Ryanair flies more and more from primary airports like Brussels – Zaventem and Fiumicino , in addition to secondary airports like Charleroi-Brussels and Rome -Ciampino .

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary said Tuesday that all the launch of Ryanair flights from Schiphol has no direct priority. “Schiphol is one of the airports we talk , but there is currently no question of a significant progression ,” he said to the German Airport Weeze. Kenny Jacobs announced a day later that the only low-cost carrier will begin at the earliest in 2016 at the largest airport in the Netherlands. Negotiations with Schiphol go yet on the rates charged by the airport. Despite that Schiphol has decreased by seven percent believe budget carrier Ryanair rates are still too high.

An important requirement of Ryanair is a turn-around -time of 25 minutes ; within that time, an extension of arrival must be ready to leave. The company will additionally like to take the cheaper Pier H , which is already being used by competitors as easyJet and Norwegian . This requires or slots are available , recognizes Jacobs. That while easyJet expands at the airport and this spring will open a ‘base’ . Examples of destinations served by Ryanair from Schiphol wants to fly , according to Jacobs,

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