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Ryanair Ltd. is an Irish low-cost airline headquartered in Swords, Dublin, Ireland, with its primary operational bases at Dublin and London Stansted Airports. In 2013, Ryanair was both the largest European airline by scheduled passengers carried, and the busiest international airline by passenger numbers.

Ryanair operates over 350 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with a single 737-700 used as a backup plane and for pilot training. The airline has been characterised by its rapid expansion, a result of the deregulation of the aviation industry in Europe in 1997 and the success of its low-cost business model. Ryanair’s route network serves 32 countries in Europe, Africa (Morocco), and the Middle East (Israel).

Ryanair joins ambitious initiative to support sustainable aviation fuels (SAF)

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Ryanair has joined the ambitious “Fuelling Flight Initiative” in its commitment to supporting Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAFs) as an essential element to achieve net-zero carbon...

[Updated] Agreement between Ryanair and its Belgian workers: no layoffs, but an 8% pay cut

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A memorandum of understanding has been reached between the trade unions and Ryanair after months of heated discussions over pay cuts. At some point,...

Ryanair February traffic down 95% to 500,000 passengers

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78% load factor as Covid-19 continues to impact traffic Ryanair Holdings plc today (2 Mar) released February traffic statistics as follows:    2020 2021      Growth Ryanair Group  10.5m 0.5m     -95%       Rolling...

Ryanair launches new Billund to Barcelona route this summer

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Ryanair announced a new Billund to Barcelona route, from 1st July 2021, flying twice a week to one of Europe’s top destinations as part of...

Ryanair calls on the European Commission to turn off the State aid subsidies to Air France

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Ryanair called on the European Commission to reject plans for further discriminatory State aid from the French Government to Air France. This chronically inefficient...

Ryanair launches over 700 winter routes for 2021/22 including sun, ski and city destinations

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Ryanair has today (11 Feb) launched its Winter 21/22 schedule, covering its most popular destinations for trips taking off from late October. Boasting over...

Ryanair January traffic down 88% to 1.3 million passengers, Wizz Air down 82% to 573,000

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69% load factor as Covid-19 continues to impact traffic Ryanair Holdings released January traffic statistics as follows:    2020 2021  Growth Ryanair Group  10.8m 1.3m -88%       Rolling Annual 152.9m 42.6m  (78% LF) -72%                                                                                     Ryanair operated approx. 15%...

Ryanair reports Q3 loss of €306 million as traffic falls 78%

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Ryanair Holdings plc reported a Q3 loss of €306m, compared to a PY Q3 profit of €88m. Features of this 3-month period to 31...

Ryanair calls on Belgian Government to save jobs and restore connectivity by reducing airport charges

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Ryanair has today (Wednesday, 13th Jan) called on the Belgian Government to save tourism and thousands of jobs by implementing incentive schemes to reduce...

Ryanair cuts full year (to March 2021) traffic forecast from “below 35 million” to “below 30 million”

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Ryanair cites new Covid-19 lockdowns and travel restrictions announced by Irish and UK Governments Ryanair on Thurs 7th Jan briefed the markets that it now...

U.K.’s watchdog to investigate Ryanair’s “Jab & Go” advertising

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The Advertising and Standards Authority (ASA) is investigating Irish budget airline Ryanair after a recent campaign showing a syringe and a vaccine bottle inviting...

Wizz Air and Ryanair passenger figures fell respectively 58% and 66% in 2020

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Wizz Air reports December 2020 passengers down 80% to 665,722, with load factor down 33.3 points to 56.1%, ASKs down 69.8%, and RPKs down...

Belgian unions ACV Puls and CNE are suing Ryanair for non-compliance with the Renault law on layoffs

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Belgian unions ACV Puls and CNE are suing Ryanair for non-compliance with the Renault law, which imposes a consultation of the unions before massive...

Test Aankoop/Achats class action in Belgium against Ryanair goes ahead

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Two years ago Ryanair had to cancel numerous flights due to a staff strike. Consumer union Test Aankoop/Achats has started a class action against...

Ryanair announces new base at Treviso (Venice), with 2 based aircraft and 18 new routes

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Increased connectivity to the Veneto region in 2021 Ryanair today (4th December) launched its new base at Venice Treviso, which will open on the 30th...

Ryanair to close Vienna base at the end of the year

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The employees of the Ryanair base in Vienna received bad news on Wednesday. According to Austrian news site Aviation Direct, the Irish low-cost carrier...

Ryanair orders 75 more Boeing 737 MAX 8-200 jets

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Europe's largest airline grows its firm 737 order book to 210 aeroplanes High-capacity 737-8 jet to support Ryanair's recovery and future growth with...

November traffic figures: Ryanair down 82% to 2.0 million passengers, Wizz Air down 84.7% to 456,000 passengers

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Due to the impact of Covid-19 travel restrictions Ryanair Holdings plc today (2 Dec) released November traffic statistics as follows: 2019 2020 Growth Ryanair Group 10.9m 2.0m -82% Rolling Annual 151.6m 61.4m -60% On its side, Wizz...

Christian trade union asks Ryanair to suspend Belgian layoffs during temporary unemployment

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Christian trade union CNE/ACV asks Ryanair to suspend layoffs during periods of temporary unemployment. Ryanair, like many other passenger airlines, has been severely hit...

Ryanair tweets about US elections 2020, and it’s hilarious

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On social media platform Twitter, Ryanair tweets about the exciting 2020 US elections. The Irish low-cost airline doesn't leave a chance to joke about...

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