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Castellon Airport - Flights Confirmed for 2015

Ryanair to serve Castellón Airport from Bristol and Stansted in September 2015.

24 Spanish airports now on network

From mid-September, Ryanair will offer the first scheduled services from SNC-Lavalin-managed Castellón Airport to Bristol (twice-weekly) and London Stansted (thrice-weekly). What the impacts will be on nearby Valencia (72km south) and Reus (160km north) airports is anyone’s guess at this stage.

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow for the newest airport in Ryanair’s network, with the addition of its 24th Spanish destination ‒ Castellón Airport (CDT). Nestled on the Costa del Azahar between Valencia (72km south) and Reus airports (160km north), the facility currently has no scheduled services – however on 14 January this year, the first ever flight departed from the airport, which had stood idle since the completion of the Є150 million project in March 2011, when an Air Nostrum charter flight carried the Villareal football team, which is sponsored by the airport, to San Sebastián for their Copa del Rey match against Real Sociedad.

Ryanair’s decision to launch flights marks a turnaround in the airport’s fortunes over the last 12 months, since the management of Castellón was awarded to SNC-Lavalin in May 2014 under a 20-year concession. Ryanair already operates at the French regional airports of Nîmes (FNI), Tarbes Lourdes (LDE) and Tours (TUF) airports, which are all managed and operated by the Montreal-based company. Whether the existing relationship with the Irish ULCC was brought to bear in securing services at Castellón is unclear.

60,000 annual passengers

The airline’s services will begin on 15 September, when a thrice-weekly London Stansted flight will start. The following day, inbound flights to Castellón from Bristol will commence – this time the airline is offering a twice-weekly service. In Ryanair’s announcement statement, it claimed that these flights are anticipated to transport nearly 18,000 passengers in 2015, or about 4,000 for Bristol and 14,000 for Stansted. They will transport 61,000 passengers per year, or 17,000 for Bristol and 44,000 for London after that.

The airline does already serve nearby Valencia and Reus airports – both of which are operated by Aena. Barcelona(69,363) and Madrid (63,882) are currently the carrier’s biggest two Spanish operations in terms of weekly seats. Of Ryanair’s 185 operational airports for week commencing 3 August 2015, Valencia is the ULCC’s 29th largest operation (sitting between Lisbon and Trapani), with 22,689 weekly seats planned at this stage. Reus, which used to be far more prominent in the carrier’s network, is now joint 87th (along with Bucharest and Rhodes) in terms of importance to Ryanair, offering 6,048 weekly seats this coming summer.

AirportDestinations (weekly frequency)
Valencia (VLC)East Midlands (3), Brussels Charleroi (4), Tenerife South (3), Manchester (2), Brussels (7), Milan/Bergamo (13), Bologna (8), Dublin (2), Gran Canaria (2), Palma de Mallorca (9), Ibiza (7), Paris Beauvais (4), Santiago de Compostela (6), Porto (4), Trieste (3), Venice Treviso (3), Menorca (4), Marseille (2) Santander (3), Bristol (2), London Stansted (9), Weeze (3), Bari (2), Pisa (5), Rome Ciampino (7) Frankfurt Hahn (5).
Reus (REU)Dublin (6), Palma de Mallorca (3), Manchester (2), Eindhoven (5), Brussels Charleroi (5), London Stansted (5), Bristol (2), Liverpool (2), Frankfurt Hahn (2).
Source: OAG Schedules Analyser w/c 3 August 2015.

For full story: http://www.anna.aero/2015/03/12/ryanair-serve-castellon-airport-bristol-stansted-s15-24-spanish-airports-now-network/

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