Ryanair boss Michael O’leary holds the disused Berlin Tempelhof airport for the ideal low-cost airlines site: “Actually, I would just fly to Tempelhof. Simply the most beautiful airport ever,” said O’leary of the Newspapers of the Funke media group.
“The Design – if you wanted to build an airport for budget airlines, with high handling times, and so little time between landing and departure, Tempelhof anything you want.” That there would be no Shopping area, shopping is interested in O’leary: “Who?” The building was built in 1936 to 1941, according to the plans of architect Erich sagebiel. The airport is closed since the end of October 2008, for the operation of the aircraft. Europe’s largest airline is also planning to bid in Hamburg until 2019 to significantly expand. “In Hamburg we fly to in the coming year, 16 goals, 25 it will be probably in the summer of 2019,” said Ryanair chief O’leary.
The Irish firm has stationed for the winter schedule of two machines in Hamburg, and currently flies to 14 destinations from the Hanseatic city. Domestic flights are unlikely to be among the new routes. “Domestic flights are not so interesting. We want to grow in Germany, but from Germany to Italy, Spain, France, Malta, Cyprus, Ireland, great Britain fly to,” said O’leary.
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