Ryanair has launched its biggest-ever Scottish winter schedule, with 13 new Edinburgh routes to Baden, Budapest, Carcassonne, Eindhoven, Hamburg, Katowice, Nantes, Prague, Szczecin, Toulouse, Venice, Valencia and Wroclaw.
Ryanair has announced that it has issued a 6.5 year, €750 million Eurobond at a fixed coupon of 1.125 per cent. Ryanair is rated BBB+ (stable) by both Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings.
Ryanair has launched a new annual multi-trip travel insurance service on Ryanair.com. Launched in partnership with Europ Assistance, the new service offers customers great cover whenever they travel, on an unlimited number of European trips, of up to 28 days each in duration.
Ryanair has reported third quarter profits fell eight per cent to €95 million. The result comes as average fares fell by 17 per cent, to €33 per passenger, while traffic grew 16 per cent to 29 million customers.
Ryanair has launched its Israel winter 2017 schedule, with 19 routes, some 15 of which are new. The low-cost carrier will operate seven new Tel Aviv routes later this year, with flights from Baden Baden, Gdansk, Krakow, Milan Bergamo, Paphos, Poznan and Wroclaw on offer.
Ryanair has launched its biggest-ever Barcelona winter schedule, with four new routes to Krakow, Luxembourg, Prague and Venice, two new winter routes to Brussels Charleroi and Naples, and more flights on eight existing routes.
Ryanair has launched its biggest-ever Milan Malpensa winter schedule, with seven new routes on offer later this year. Flights to Alicante, Eindhoven, Katowice, Lamezia, Liverpool, Palermo and Valencia will be added to the schedule.
Ryanair has announced new destinations from London Stansted airport, as well as increased frequencies on existing services. In additions Ryanair will add extra flights to 13 existing routes to Bergerac, Biarritz, Bordeaux, Carcasonne, Dinard, La Rochelle, Lamezia, Limoges, Lourdes, Marseille, Perpignan, Porto and Toulouse.
Ryanair has launched a package holiday service, offering its customers flights, accommodation and transfer packages, all on the Ryanair.com website and at the lowest prices. The low-cost carrier has partnered with Spain-based tour operator, Logitravel, and accommodation provider, World2Meet, to create Ryanair Holiday,” which launches in the UK, Ireland and Germany, with other markets to follow in 2017.
Ryanair has revoked a licencing agreement with momondo following what the airline terms a “breach of contract”. Ryanair had granted a non-exclusive licence to momondo to display its fares for price comparison purposes, one of a number of travel websites including SkyScanner, Hipmunk and Dohop licenced to do so.