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Discount carriers moving into Germany

21 September 2006

Irish discount carrier Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost airline, is opening a second German hub. Ryanair, which also is investing about $128 million to buy a low-cost terminal facility at the Bremen airport, will begin by stationing three aircraft at the northern German field.

Moving into Bremen sharpens Ryanair’s rivalry with Germanwings, Lufthansa’s low-cost airline, which opened its fourth German hub in nearby Hamburg last November.

Meanwhile, Britain’s discount EasyJet also has opened two bases in Berlin-Schonefeld and Dortmund.


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