With Greece painted red on many COVID travel maps, Ryanair steps up efforts to sell tickets alongside Greece’s GNTO.
Ryanair will not require fliers to be vaccinated in order to fly on the airline’s routes, according to a company spokesman.
Yesterday, Ryanair announced a further reducion on its winter schedule taking capacity down down to 40 percent of the rate last year.
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.
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.