RE: Aktuelles zu Ryanairin Aktuelles rund um den FKB 10.01.2012 12:49
von A343 • | 1.466 Beiträge | 1473 Punkte
Ab 16.40 Uhr würde jeweils MI und SO eine Maschine frei sein. Für Paphos würde es en bissle knapp. Aus meinem Kopf will CFU einfach net raus^^ Wäre eigentlich eine gute Möglichkeit. Die Zeit würde auch passen.
Zudem muss AB noch jeweils Sonntags morgens wohin fliegen mit ihrer Dash.
RE: Aktuelles zu Ryanairin Aktuelles rund um den FKB 02.03.2012 20:27
von B777 • | 1.363 Beiträge | 1363 Punkte
RE: Aktuelles zu Ryanairin Aktuelles rund um den FKB 04.03.2012 08:58
Das sagt Ryanair dazu:
Budapest flight cancelations 3-16 March
RYANAIR TO CANCEL 13 BUDAPEST FLIGHTS OVER THE NEXT TWO WEEKS, AS BUDAPEST BORDER CONTROL REFUSE PERMISSION FOR FLIGHTS TO DEPART
Ryanair, Hungary?s favourite airline, today (Fri 2nd Mar) announced that it would cancel 13 return flights to/from Budapest over the next two weeks (see below), as the Border Control Police at Budapest Airport insist that some Ryanair pilots and cabin crew get off the aircraft and clear through immigration on 25 minute turnarounds, despite the fact that these crews live and work in Budapest. There is no EU requirement for such immigration clearance for pilots and cabin crew on turnaround and this stupid procedure is not required or implemented at any of Ryanair?s 170 other EU airports.
Since Ryanair?s Budapest base opened on 17th February last, Ryanair has learned that the Border Control Police at Budapest require Ryanair?s Budapest based crews on 25 minute turnarounds (on flights that have arrived from Ireland or the UK) to get off the aircraft with their passengers, clear through immigration, so that they can get back on the aircraft and operate their flight departures. This idiotic procedure has caused a series of flight delays and considerable inconvenience to thousands of Ryanair passengers, both in Budapest and elsewhere.
Ryanair has written to Budapest Airport explaining that there is no legal requirement for this procedure, and that this procedure does not apply to non Schengen routes at any of Ryanair?s 170 other EU airports. Ryanair has also provided Budapest Airport with written confirmation from Border Police in other EU countries that there is no such immigration requirement. Ryanair notified Budapest Airport that its Budapest based crews would no longer comply with this unique immigration requirement on 25 minute flight tunarounds from Ireland or the UK from 1st March 2012. Ryanair?s flight to Manchester on 1st March and our flight from Budapest to Baden Baden on 2nd March, were denied permission to depart by Budapest Airport. These flights were cancelled and the passengers are being reaccommodated.
Despite further high level contacts today with Budapest Airport and the Border Police, there has been no change in this unique and bizarre procedure at Budapest. Since Ryanair is unwilling to delay or cancel any further flights that might be affected by this arbitrary immigration procedure, Ryanair has no alternative other than to cancel these 13 return flights over the next two weeks, which results in the disruption of some 4,000 passengers. Until such time as the Border Police in Budapest Airport comply with the same rules and regulations which apply at Ryanair?s 170 other EU airports, then these flight turnarounds after non Schengen flights will continue to be cancelled. Bizarrely flights to non Schengen destinations from Budapest which are operated by non Budapest based crews, do not have to undergo this unique immigration procedure, which serves to highlight how bizarre, unnecessary and ineffective this local Budapest regulation is.
Ryanair?s Michael O?Leary said:
?We call upon Budapest Airport and the Border Control Authorities to remove this bizarre and unique procedure at Budapest. There is clearly no immigration issue at work here, since these flights are operated by Budapest based pilots and cabin crew who clear through Budapest Airport security at the start of their day and clear through Budapest immigration and airport security at the end of their day. We cannot tolerate a situation where these crews are required to get off the aircraft and clear through immigration during a 25 minute turnaround, which delays and disrupts our passengers, and which is not required at any of our 170 other EU airports.
We have repeatedly asked for an explanation of this procedure, but have been unable to obtain one. We have also asked the Budapest authorities to explain why non-based pilots and cabin crew who fly into Budapest from non Schengen airports are not required to clear through immigration, yet Ryanair?s crews simply because they live and work in Budapest are required to submit this unique and utterly stupid procedure. We hope that common sense will apply and this ineffective restriction will be removed, which will allow our flight departures from Budapest after non Schengen flights (which are operated by Budapest crews) can now operate with 25 minute turnarounds without requiring our crews to get off and delay the aircraft. We apologise sincerely to passengers affected by one of these 14 cancellations over the next two weeks, and we will be contacting them to re-accommodate them.?
RE: Aktuelles zu Ryanairin Aktuelles rund um den FKB 05.03.2012 18:02
von fkbfans • | 41 Beiträge | 41 Punkte
sehe ich etwas anders. macht aber nix.
hab da auch was gefunden.
RE: Aktuelles zu Ryanairin Aktuelles rund um den FKB 05.03.2012 21:10
von Wheasel • | 1.684 Beiträge | 1640 Punkte
Zitat von fkbfans
sehe ich etwas anders. macht aber nix.
hab da auch was gefunden.
Mal was anderes hierzu....
Wenn man die 4.000 Passagiere durch die 26 Hin- und Rückflüge teilt, ergibt dies durchschnittlich 153 Paxe / ca. 81% Auslastung.....eigentlich gar nicht so schlecht für die kurze Vorausbuchungszeit.
RE: Aktuelles zu Ryanairin Aktuelles rund um den FKB 07.03.2012 16:18
von ringlo • | 6 Beiträge | 6 Punkte
Zitat von Wheasel
Wenn man die 4.000 Passagiere durch die 26 Hin- und Rückflüge teilt, ergibt dies durchschnittlich 153 Paxe / ca. 81% Auslastung.....
...was ziemlich genau der von Ryanair publizierten durchschnittlichen Auslastung über die ganze Flotte entspricht.
Wären die Flüge nur annähernd so gut ausgelastet hätte O'Leary seine Crew angewiesen, in BUD halt etwas schneller zu rennen.