Often, low-cost carriers fly to smaller, much less congested secondary airports and/or fly to airports throughout off-peak hours to avoid air traffic delays and reap the benefits of decrease landing fees. This is why Ryanair flies to Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport, and Stansted Airport in the London space and how easyJet is ready to fly to Paris-Charles de Gaulle, and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. In London’s case nonetheless, low-cost carriers would not be capable of use Heathrow anyway because the airport is operating at close to capacity, so there is not a room to build a base. The airways have a tendency to dump, service and re-load the aircraft in shorter time durations and don’t anticipate late passengers, allowing maximum utilization of plane.
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