New EZY routes from GLA

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Alicante - Daily from 7 July Berlin SXF - Daily from 3 May Malaga - Daily from 7 July Palma - Every Sat from 20 May http://www.easyjet.com/EN/News/glasgow_expansion.html Goodnews for GLA.
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Alicante - Daily from 7 July Berlin SXF - Daily from 3 May Malaga - Daily from 7 July Palma - Every Sat from 20 May http://www.easyjet.com/EN/News/glasgow_expansion.html Goodnews for GLA.
maybe but i would like to see more spanish and german stuff at gla peter

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You'll no get much more Spanish stuff at GLA as just about everywhere is covered, but I agree with you about Germany.
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Great news I am pleased that Glasgow !has got these new routes!! Ryanair/ Prestwick probally not happy about the news wonder what their response will be :rolleyes: Berlin is Good News!! :D
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Someone is easily pleased! A bunch of new routes for an airport they live no where near ;). Great news for GLA all the same :).
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Great news I am pleased that Glasgow !has got these new routes!! Ryanair/ Prestwick probally not happy about the news wonder what their response will be :rolleyes: Berlin is Good News!! :D
Sounds more like an attempt to take some of Fly Globespan's custom than Ryanair's ? Interesting they finally decide to declare GLA a "hub" after all these years? We'll see how long all or any of these routes last in the fullness of time I guess ? http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/4715786.stm

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Sounds more like an attempt to take some of Fly Globespan's custom than Ryanair's ?
Not a very serious one in my opinion. Obviously GSM's yields/loads will be hit in the short term but GSM should be able to recover from it. Its the charters that will be hit the most
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Ryanair/ Prestwick probally not happy about the news wonder what their response will be :rolleyes:
They'll do their usual "Look at our excellent punctuality and Easyjet's rubbish one" stunt again. They do it all the time, yet it's hardly surprising given they fly to airports where they are the only flight of the day and no ATC delays ;) . A long overdue expansion I think. Berlin seems to be the new favourite destination with lo-cost airlines at the moment - with World Cup surely a good move. GSM may suffer long term, as easyJet is a more well known company that them and it may persuade people to travel EZY. I would.
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GSM may suffer long term, as easyJet is a more well known company that them and it may persuade people to travel EZY. I would.
I'd argue than in Edinburgh and Glasgow atleast, Flyglobespan are just as well known as easyJet now. GSM also offer the added advantage of being able to book a flight+hotel package, which to places like AGP and ALC should allow them to keep a large share of the market.