Ryanair hopes to take the first deliveries from early 2021, with the rest arriving over a four-year period before the end of 2024. The low-cost carrier now has a total of 210 of the planes on order.
Government plans to introduce a test and release system for travellers arriving in England have been broadly welcomed by the trade – but there are calls to go further.
The move is designed to give customers peace of mind and greater flexibly should their travel plans change, allowing them to move their flight with no change fee up to September 30th.
Ryanair has announced additional domestic flights from December 4th following a government announcement permitting students to travel home for Christmas.
Low-cost carrier Ryanair has reported a loss of €197 million for the first half of financial 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to extract a huge toll on the aviation sector.
Low-cost carriers in Europe are reacting to a second wave of Covid-19 across the continent and the associated travel restrictions and quarantine requirements.
The low-cost carrier had hoped to offer 60 per cent of its planned flight from November to March, but has been forced to make further cuts as it releases a revised winter schedule,
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.