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If Ryanair keep adding routes to SNN (they just added another two to make it 25 destinations in europe I believe), then a lo-co transatlantic outfit would be viable. Ryanair could serve as a feeder, and a ‘pack-em in’ outfit flogging dirt cheap seats to some airport in NY would probably do well. Long runway and no noise restrictions or restricted operating hours either.
Kind of looks like they’re feeding Dublin’s European routes from the Cork-Dublin flights. (London /Liverpool being their only other routes from ORK)
Ryanair to add two Shannon routes
July 26, 2006 11:21
Ryanair is to launch two new routes from Shannon and add additional flights on two more Irish routes.
The new Shannon services – to Bournemouth and Edinburgh – will start on October 31. Ryanair will also add a sixth daily flight from Dublin to Gatwick and a fourth flight from Cork to Dublin.
Separately, the airline also announced four new routes from London, two from London Stansted to Deauville (France) and Pula (Croatia) and two from London Luton to Fez and Marrakech (Morocco). These routes will also start on October 31.