Paris Beauvais-Tille Airport
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- Aéroport Beauvais Tillé
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- Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport
Paris Orly Field
Paris Vatry Airport
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2430m x 45m
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- Air Moldova
Beauvais-Tillé Airport is an airport located in the city of Beauvais, serving the Paris metropolitan region. The airport is some 85km north of Paris and is the most distant and the smallest of the three commercial airports serving the French capital, behind Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports. Beauvais has experienced exceptional growth over the past decade, with LCCs Ryanair and Wizz Air major operators at the airport, and is increasingly seen as the low-cost alternative to Charles de Gaulle and Orly.
Location of Paris Beauvais-Tille Airport, France
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Ryanair has been cancelling or suspending services at a wide range of airports across Europe, including in countries where it is growing. Is there any discernible strategy here or is it no more than coincidence, as a result of too many disagreements with airports? What future prospects are there for smaller airports when Ryanair decides to quit?
The perennial issue of protectionism v. liberalism in air transport has again come under the spotlight in recent months. This month (Mar-2010) the Canadian government is locked in battle with Emirates and Etihad over market access, which the government believes would hinder Air Canada’s direct long haul services. Previously there have been similar disputes in Germany, where, last November, the government bluntly told Emirates to raise its fares in the market or face being fined. Now, in a different but equally important scenario, Air France has launched what is, to date, the biggest legal challenge to discounts on airport charges and assistance with marketing costs that Ryanair has encountered.
Wizz Air is plotting an even more aggressive expansion agenda, focused on Central and Eastern Europe, to capitalise on the demise of competitor, SkyEurope, in Aug-2009, and overall capacity reductions by rival airlines in response to the global economic crisis.
Wizz Air Ukraine has expanded its international footprint, launching twice weekly Oslo Torp-Kiev Boryspil service on 04-Jan-09, the first air link between Ukraine and Norway. The carrier’s three times weekly Kiev-Katowice service, launched on 03-Jan-09, was the first low cost air link between Ukraine and Poland.
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