Ryanair decides against Eindhoven

7th February 2007, Comments 0 comments

7 February 2007, AMSTERDAM – Irish budget airline Ryanair has decided not to make Eindhoven a base of operations but has chosen Weeze Airport just over the German border instead.

7 February 2007

AMSTERDAM – Irish budget airline Ryanair has decided not to make Eindhoven a base of operations but has chosen Weeze Airport just over the German border instead.

“We are very disappointed. We are missing out on the first step,” Eindhoven Airport director Bart de Boer said on Tuesday.

De Boer says Ryanair will operate flights from the Eindhoven airport but since Weeze will become a base, Eindhoven will miss out on about 400,000 passengers and 2 million euro a year.

[Copyright Expatica 2007]

Subject: Dutch news

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