Ryanair has confirmed it will add 14 routes to its winter schedule from London. In total, the carrier will offer 142 routes from Stansted, Luton and Gatwick later this year.
Ryanair has confirmed it will end operations at both airports in Belfast. The low-cost carrier will cease flights from Belfast City Airport in September and from Belfast International Airport in October.
Kiwi.com has issued a firm rebuttal to Ryanair over accusations the online travel agent released “fake” boarding passes for the low-cost carrier.
Ryanair has unveiled plans to add 11 new routes to its schedule this winter. The schedule now includes over 2,000 weekly flights to over 400 destinations.
Ryanair will launch of four new routes from Dublin this winter. Passengers will be able to fly to Kosice in Slovakia, Plovdiv in Bulgaria and Sibiu in Romania, as well as Welsh capital, Cardiff.
The two based aircraft will see the number of routes operated from Newcastle by Ryanair increase from seven to 19, including some new destinations such as Milan and Riga.
Ryanair has called on customers to always book directly through its website or app following further evidence of what the low-cost carrier calls “anti-consumer practices” by online travel agents.
Traffic at the low-cost carrier rebounded from 0.5 million to 8.1 million over the first quarter, largely due to a recovery in capacity during May and June.
Ryanair plans to recruit upward of 2,000 new pilots over the next three years as the carrier recovers from the pandemic. Training courses take place through 2021 to be ready for next summer.
Ryanair carried 5.3 million passengers in June, as European travel restrictions began to ease. The figure compares with just 400,000 passengers in the same month last year. .
Manchester Airports Group and Ryanair have launched a legal challenge calling for transparency in the handling of its traffic light travel system by the UK government.