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Ryanair in 2019

Post by Vic Diesel » 27 Nov 2018, 14:59

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Ryanair to strengthen fleet in Budapest, opening new routes

Ryanair regional spokeswoman Olga Pawlonka announced that the airline plans to base two additional aircraft in Budapest (LHBP/BUD) and to offer six new routes in 2019, connecting Budapest with Bari, Cagliari, Cork, Sevilla, Rimini and Thessaloniki.
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Post by sn26567 » 20 Dec 2018, 16:42

Ryanair launches new route from Charleroi to Béziers in Summer 2019

https://www.aviation24.be/airlines/ryan ... o-beziers/
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Post by sn26567 » 03 Jan 2019, 18:34

Ryanair confirmed that the UK CAA has issued Ryanair UK with a UK AOC, which will allow this UK airline to operate UK domestic and UK to non-EU routes in a post-Brexit environment, if necessary. Did you follow? :)
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Post by Poiu » 05 Jan 2019, 11:04

sn26567 wrote:
03 Jan 2019, 18:34
Ryanair confirmed that the UK CAA has issued Ryanair UK with a UK AOC, which will allow this UK airline to operate UK domestic and UK to non-EU routes in a post-Brexit environment, if necessary. Did you follow? :)
Clear statement, easy to follow, no?
In case of hard BREXIT, EU operators won’t be allowed to fly domnestic U.K. routes.
For exactly the same reason easyJet created an Austrian AOC to operate intra EU flights.

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Post by cathay belgium » 05 Jan 2019, 11:10

Hi,

Just dreaming of an Eurowings UK division 🤘🙃 !
When will KLM UK restart ?

What a Mess !

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Post by Passenger » 06 Jan 2019, 22:29

Last Friday (04/01/2019), FR-8582 from London Stansted to Thessaloníki couldn't land there because of fog. The aircraft diverted all the way to Timisoara (Romania), and passengers were then offered a bus trip of some... 800 kilometers. 89 passengers refused that 10 hour road trip, and were left stranded at the airport. The Greek authorities, aware of their situation, then chartered an Aegean aircraft to bring them to their holiday destination.

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https://news.sky.com/story/three-hour-r ... y-11600064

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https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flig ... 2#1f13d755

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Passenger wrote:
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The Greek authorities, aware of their situation, then chartered an Aegean aircraft to bring them to their holiday destination.
And who is going to pay for the charter ?

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Not the Greek government... With all their debts...
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Post by sn26567 » 07 Jan 2019, 19:22

Ryanair UK registered its first aircraft, a B737-800, serial 44687, under the new UK AOC. It will be based at London Stansted.
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sn26567 wrote:
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Ryanair UK registered its first aircraft, a B737-800, serial 44687, under the new UK AOC. It will be based at London Stansted.
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Post by Passenger » 08 Jan 2019, 21:53

U.W.V. = the Dutch Uitvoeringsinstituut voor Werknemersverzekeringen = the Dutch authority for Unemployment Insurance, has refused Ryanair's request to close its Dutch base as a collective closure. UWV has ruled that Ryanair and its employees first have to negociate about the closure. Untill further notice, Ryanair also has to pay the salaries from its 16 Dutch pilots and 15 cabin crew.

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Post by sn26567 » 10 Jan 2019, 19:11

Ryanair cabin crew in Spain called off their strike after reaching an agreement with management.
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Post by sn26567 » 15 Jan 2019, 22:55

Ryanair has revealed it will close its Holidays division just two years after a significant overhaul.
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Ryanair pilots claim that the airline is threatening to close its bases in the Canary Islands if cabin crew do not sign proposed collective agreements.
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Post by sn26567 » 18 Jan 2019, 18:33

Ryanair lowered its full-year profit guidance — excluding Laudamotion — from a current PAT range of €1.1-1.2 billion to a new range of €1.0-1.1 billion due to lower fares, stronger traffic growth, stronger ancillary sales, and slightly better than expected 2H unit cost performance. This guidance excludes start-up losses in Lauda, which have been cut from €150 to €130 million.
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Post by Passenger » 24 Jan 2019, 20:43

In FR only: own strike = indemnity to be paid:

https://cecluxembourg.lu/2019/01/24/rya ... g/?lang=en

Des grèves à l’été 2018: Les consommateurs s’adressent à la Justice de paix après avoir été conseillés par le CEC Luxembourg

Succès pour les consommateurs : la compagnie aérienne irlandaise Ryanair doit verser une compensation pour les vols annulés au départ et à destination du Luxembourg dans deux cas spécifiques. L’été dernier, des centaines de vols ont été annulés en raison de grèves du personnel (pilotes, personnel de cabine) en Europe. Ryanair a toujours refusé d’indemniser les passagers concernés pour des raisons de “force majeure”. Cela en dépit du fait que la jurisprudence récente a jugé que les grèves des pilotes ne constituaient pas une circonstance exceptionnelle exonérant la compagnie aérienne de verser une indemnisation aux consommateurs.

Aujourd’hui, deux plaignants ont eu raison dans leur affaire, après qu’aucun accord extrajudiciaire n’ait pu être conclu avec Ryanair et que le CEC Luxembourg ait conseillé d’intenter une action en justice auprès du juge de paix de Luxembourg. La procédure européenne de règlement des petits litiges a été menée gratuitement au Luxembourg. Les plaignants ont désormais droit à une indemnité de 250 euros par personne de la part de Ryanair. Les deux arrêts des 17 et 18 janvier 2019 sont définitifs.

Karin Basenach, Directrice du Centre Européen des Consommateurs Luxembourg : “Les décisions ne sont pas seulement un grand succès pour les consommateurs, ils montrent aussi qu’il ne faut pas céder en tant que consommateur et qu’il ne faut pas hésiter à faire valoir ses droits même contre les grandes compagnies aériennes. Le CEC Luxembourg reste à disposition des consommateurs pour plus d’informations.”

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Post by sn26567 » 02 Feb 2019, 21:23

Ryanair is in talks to open a base at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport, to expand its presence in the French market.

And also, Ryanair plans to expand the company’s operations in Israel, along with an interest in having Ryanair operate flights within Israel.
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Post by sean1982 » 05 Feb 2019, 09:59

MOL to step back from day to day running of Ryanair

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Post by sn26567 » 05 Feb 2019, 18:22

Ryanair plans to allocate its first 50 B737 MAX 200s evenly between its Irish and Polish units (Ryanair DAC and Ryanair Sun), once delivered by winter 2020.
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Post by sn26567 » 12 Feb 2019, 21:24

Ryanair plans to station a fifth B737-800 in Berlin-Tegel and applied for numerous former Germania slots.
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