GlobalData says Ryanair’s move to increase capacity reveals a trend toward low-cost carriers in the wake of pandemic woes.
With Greece painted red on many COVID travel maps, Ryanair steps up efforts to sell tickets alongside Greece’s GNTO.
Ryanair announced its biggest ever Greek Summer schedule including 218 routes. Meanwhile, Greece’s vaccination program lags behind.
The low-cost airline, mindful that Covid restrictions change regularly, has announced three new connections to Greek islands of Mykonos, Rhodes and Skiathos in 2021.
Ryanair has now withdrawn the airline’s controversial “jab and go” COVID travel advertisements after backlash from thousands to officials.
Ryanair will not require fliers to be vaccinated in order to fly on the airline’s routes, according to a company spokesman.
Hoteliers in North African countries are beginning to see the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. Flights and investments on the rise.
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary still thinks sustainable tourism is business as usual.
Ryanair has is now offering UK travelers jet holidays without the risk of quarantine on their return home.
Yesterday, Ryanair announced a further reducion on its winter schedule taking capacity down down to 40 percent of the rate last year.
Chania’s Daskalogiannis Airport welcomed 2020’s first international tourists this week as Greece tries to reboot the tourism season.
Ryanair has now called on the EU Commission to block the latest (allegedly) illegal State Aid of €3.4bn euros to Dutch flag carrier KLM.
Ryanair announced this week the resumption of flights to and from Cyprus and other destinations beginning on July 1st.
Ryanair announced the suspension of its full flight schedule to/from and within Italy in the wake of the country’s lockdown over COVID-19.
Ryanair is now Europe’s biggest airline. the Irish low-cost carrier flew 152.4 million people in 2019, a 9% increase.