Ryanair is now Europe’s biggest airline. the Irish low-cost carrier flew 152.4 million people in 2019, a 9% increase.
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Ryanair has just announced new direct flights connecting Zakynthos in the Ionian sea with Bologna in Italy, for the summer of 2020.
Last week Ryanair announced its Greek Summer 2020 schedule which includes 14 new summer routes to destinations in France, Italy, and Germany.
Ryanair has told employees to prepare for hundreds of job cuts in the coming weeks because it has more staff than it currently needs. CEO Michael O’Leary told his staff that the airline has 900 more people than the airline needs to operate.
A Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS aircraft was hit by a lightning strike over Cypress airspace on Tuesday night according to news reports.
Low-cost carrier Ryanair on Wednesday announced the launch of 21 new routes connecting Greece and popular international destinations for summer 2019.
According to an announcement by Ryanair the budget airline is set to launch of two new routes connecting Greece with Italy for the Summer 2019 schedule. As of April 2019, the airline will connect Corfu with Bologna and Rhodes with Rome with twice-weekly flights. The news comes as the airline struggles with a crew strike on Friday.
Ryanair launched a new Athens to Heraklion route which will commence on 15 June 2018 with a 4-weekly service. This new route offers Greek consumers even more choice and is on sale now from the Ryanair.com website.
Europe’s low-cost airline, Ryanair has just announced a new connection from Athens to Aqaba in Jordan. These are the first flights by Ryanair into Jordan.
Ryanair today announced having smashed its weekly bookings record, taking over 3 million bookings in a single week
According to news from Ryanair, the airline’s full-year profits were 43% higher for 2015/16 jumped, than the previous period. Despite major setbacks from terrorist attacks, strikes, and other negatives, the company managed a profit of €1,242 million.
According to the news, the flights will operate three times a week, on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturday, uitilizing the ‘Boeing 738 aircraft. In other Ryanair news, the low cost champions resumed flights between Riga-Brussels (Charleroi) and Riga-Bradford (Leeds) earlier this month. on October 26.
Today low cost airline champ Ryanair has paired with Amadeus via the latter’s light tickeing technology, to offer customers more choice and value.
Earlier this week Ryanair announced having taken delivery of the first of its 180 new Boeing 737-800 NG order. The deal, worth and estimated $16 billion, saw the first plane touch down at Dublin Airport, flown in from Boeing Field, Seattle, by Ryanair Chief Pilot, Capt Ray Conway.
New that Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary may be considering Cyprus as a Middle East with an expected acquisition of Cyprus Airways has Europe airlines buzzing. The top low cost player, may take a bite out of territories of AirAsia, Air Berlin, and even Air India Express.