Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 low fares airline, today (24th Feb. 04) confirmed that in February 04, Ryanair has passed the 35 Million passenger landmark at Dublin airport, since flights began from Dublin in 1986. This translates to nearly an average of 10 Ryanair flights per Irish man, woman & child over the past 19 years, and savings of over €3.5 Billion on Aer Lingus high fares.
New Ryanair passenger records have been achieved all over Europe during February, including:
á Italy - 12 Million passengers have saved €1.2 Billion.
á Scotland - 8 Million passengers have saved €800Million
á France - 7 Million Passengers have saved €700Million
Commenting on the new record numbers, Ryanair’s Head of Communications, Paul Fitzsimmons said:
“Since Ryanair began flying over 76 Million passengers have saved €7.6 Billion with Ryanair’s low fares. This month we have reached new landmark records throughout Europe.
á Brussels Charleroi airport has welcomed its 4.5 Millionth passenger
á City of Derry airport has passed the 600 000th passengers milestone.
Last month, Ryanair carried over 1.7 Million passengers on almost 15,000 scheduled flights, confirming that Ryanair is Europe’s No.1 airline for low fares, punctuality and customer service.”