Ryanair

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).

200 cabin crew jobs at stake at Ryanair in Belgium, almost double as previously announced

Christian trade union CNE/ACV Pulse learned on Monday during a webcast that Ryanair wants to eliminate 200 cabin crew jobs…

Ryanair flight from Liverpool to Tenerife diverts to Lisbon after violent incident

Ryanair flight FR4346 on 16 October (Boeing 737-800 registered EI-EVP) was not an easy trip for the passengers. The plane,…

Ryanair to cut Winter 2020/2021 capacity from 60% to 40% of prior year; to close several bases for Winter

Ryanair today released its revised winter schedule. Due to increased flight restrictions imposed by European Union Governments, air travel to/from…

Ryanair September traffic down 64% to 5.1 million passengers amidst Covid-19 restrictions

Ryanair Holdings plc today (2 Oct) released September traffic statistics as follows:   2019 2020      Growth Ryanair Group 14.1m…

Ryanair launches first ever “Buy one, get one free” offer

TAKE YOUR FRIEND ON A BREAK FOR FREE! Ryanair is today (Thurs, 24th Sept) and for the first time in…

Ryanair to open new base in Paris-Beauvais in winter 2020

32 Routes (2 new), 2 based aircraft, $200m investment Ryanair announced it will open a new base at Paris-Beauvais, from…

Ryanair cuts capacity in October by another 20% as failed EU governments travel restrictions damage bookings

Calls on Transport Minister Ryan to finally take action Ryanair today (Fri 18th Sept) announced that it would cut its…

172 jobs threatened at Ryanair in Belgium

Ryanair intends to cut 172 jobs in Belgium, the Irish low-cost airline told the unions. This is more than double…

Lauda to close its Düsseldorf base, affecting 150 workers

After the Stuttgart base to be closed on 30 September 2020, the second Lauda location in Germany will now also…

Ryanair August traffic falls 53% to 7 million passengers, Wizz Air traffic down 41% to 2.3 million

Covid-19 restrictions still impact traffic Ryanair Holdings plc today (2 Sept) released August traffic statistics as follows:  2019 2020     …

Ryanair adds 14 weekly flights to Faro, Portugal, after UK places the country on its safe list

Ryanair today (25 Aug) announced it would be strengthening its connection between the UK and Portugal over the coming weeks…

Ryanair and Spanish pilot union SEPLA agree on pay cuts to save Spanish jobs

Ryanair today (18 Aug) welcomed SEPLA’s acceptance for Spanish Pilots of a 4-year agreement, which includes a 20% pay reduction…

Ryanair cuts flight schedules by 20% in September and October as bookings drop due to restrictions

Ryanair on Monday announced a 20% reduction in the number of its flights in September and October, citing a drop…

Ryanair, first new air carrier at Helsinki Airport since the beginning of the pandemic, started Vienna-Helsinki route

The first Ryanair flight to Helsinki Airport arrived from Vienna on Thursday, August 6. The new air carrier was warmly…

Ryanair restores 60% of scheduled flights in August

Ryanair today (6 Aug) announced it has restored over 60% of normal flight schedules from 1st August, following the successful resumption…

Italian aviation authority threatens Ryanair with flight suspension for non-compliance with Covid-19 rules

On Wednesday, the Italian National Civil Aviation Authority ENAC threatened the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair to suspend its authorisation to…

Ryanair July traffic falls 70% to 4.4 million passengers

COVID-19 airspace closures continue to impact traffic Ryanair Holdings plc yesterday (4 August) released July traffic statistics as follows:  …

Covid-19 contaminated couple boards Ryanair flight in Manchester and infects several people upon return in Berlin

A couple that visited friends in Manchester, United Kingdom has triggered the first coronavirus outbreak for vacation returnees in Spandau,…

Ryanair reports worst quarter in history: loss of €185 million, 99% fall in traffic

COVID-19 grounds 99% of fleet – 40% of flights resume 1 July Ryanair Holdings plc today (27 July) reported a…

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