Ryanair will reduce October capacity by a further 20 per cent, in addition to cuts already announced in August. The airline said the move as due to “continuous changes” in travel restrictions.
Airlines operating in the UK have not faced a single fine for breaking consumer law on refunds, delays or cancellations since 2003, consumer organisation Which? has revealed.
Ryanair, Virgin Atlantic and TUI are failing to refund passengers in agreed time frames, breaching recent commitments to the regulator, according to new research.
Ryanair has restored over 60 per cent of normal flight schedules this month, following the resumption of its services at the end of June. Throughout July, Ryanair flew 4.4 million customers to destinations across Europe.
People are suffering “serious financial and emotional distress” as they struggle to claim refunds for flights and holidays cancelled due to coronavirus Which? has found.
A Manchester to Faro service marked the first of post-lockdown flight out of the UK by the low-cost carrier on June 21st, and following the easing of travel restrictions by government, British holidaymakers can now visit Spain, Italy or Greece.
Ryanair has welcomed a decision by pilots’ union Balpa to accept a four year pay deal for its members in the UK. The contract will see UK-based pilots of the low-cost carrier take a 20 per cent pay cut, to be resorted over period.
Ryanair will return to flying from today, offering over 1,000 daily flights across Europe. The decision marks the end of a 14-week shutdown of operations in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair have launched a combined legal action against what they have branded a “flawed” quarantine introduced by the government earlier this week.
Ryanair has branded the proposed 14-day quarantine to be introduced by UK authorities next week as “useless”. For a quarantine to be effective, inbound passengers arriving at ports and airports need to be detained at their point of arrival, the low-cost carrier said.