It is no surprise that most of the locations are tourist destinations, with the exception of two sites in Russia.
It's going to take more than cheap fares to battle a rival with deep, deep pockets.
Something like this is so garish, so obsessed with brand names that, really, it's the perfect symbol of modern Russia.
Knowing Ryanair, its Moscow flight will land in Belarus and the St. Petersburg one will land somewhere in a field across the Finnish border.
Sheremetyevo airport may never easily roll off our tongues, but we're expecting in-the-footsteps-of-Snowden tours to start sometime soon.
Airport hotels are rarely happy places, so experts recommend sticking to budget accommodations and saving your money for your final destination, whether that be Ecuador or U.S. federal court, in this particular case.
Moscow's traffic is so notoriously bad that bikes are a good idea. Surviving when the traffic's humming is another matter.
From it's ridiculously priced yet still awful restaurants to its Euro trash-inspired fashions, Moscow has some fantastic ways to screw over travelers, and its hotels lead the way for many other industries.
EasyJet is on a roll, and it's airfares will look a lot better to some business travelers than the larger British Airways' pricing. EasyJet's modest entry into Russia should shake things up a bit.