Ryanair / Laudamotion Base in Berlin Tegel, from June 2018

Ryanair / Laudamotion Base in Berlin Tegel, from June 2018

On 28 March 2018, RYANAIR and Laudamotion announced the operational plan for the 2018 summer season. It will operate with 21 aircraft from 9 cities in Austria and Germany. Starting with 1 June 2018, Ryanair / Laudamotion will open its Berlin Tegel base.

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Through the quarter from 2018 it has made important changes in the aeronautical market in Europe. A very interesting move was made by RYANAIR, announcing intention to buy the majority stake in Laudamotion, a company launched in February 2018 and owned by Niki Lauda.

According to the announced operational plan, Laudamotion operated the first flight on 25 in March 2018. Following that, summer will open new bases in Germany and Austria. Starting with 1 June 2018, Ryanair / Laudamotion will open its Berlin Tegel base.

From Berlin Tegel, Laudamotion / Ryanair will offer 17 routes. The flights will use Laudamotion's OE flight sign and will be honored with Ryanair's Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Initially it was announced the intention to increase the Laudamotion fleet at 21 of Airbus aircraft from the A320 family.

Laudamotion / Ryanair routes from Berlin Tegel

Berlin Tegel - Barcelona Girona - from 1 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Brindisi - from 5 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Corfu - from 2 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Faro - from 1 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Fuerteventura - from 2 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Gran Canaria - from 2 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Ibiza - from 2 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Heraklion - from 1 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Kos - from 2 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Lanzarote - from 1 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Malaga - from 1 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Milan Malpensa - from 1 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Palma Mallorca - from 1 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Pula - from 1 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Rhodes - from 7 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Rijeka - from 2 June 2018
Berlin Tegel - Tenerife South - from 3 June 2018

As you can see, RYANAIR has found a gateway to enter the German and Austrian markets more aggressively. And Niki Lauda was aware that it would be very difficult to launch Laudamotion without widespread support.

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