One of Europe’s fastest-growing airlines is to introduce a fixed roster pattern for pilots and cabin crew as it seeks to shake off criticism over how it treats staff and attract new recruits to fill a growing number of vacancies across the continent.
Ryanair, Europe’s no.1 airline for low fares, choice, reliability, and customer service, today opened applications to join its Customer Panel and help improve Ryanair’s customer experience.
Ryanair has announced it will close its base in Athens for the winter, blaming a “dysfunctional” charging regime by the airport operator. In a statement, Ryanair said: “Athens Airport is a prime example of how the Greek government and German high-cost ownership is failing to deliver.
Overwhelming passenger numbers caused chaos for airlines as pandemic travel restrictions were lifted earlier this year. With delays, cancellations and missing luggage, one in three UK travellers have experienced disruption this summer. But while some airlines are having to cut their schedules due to staff shortages and deal with strikes over working conditions, there are some that have been quietly surviving.
Ryanair, the UK’s largest airline, yesterday (23 Aug) added over 1 million low-fare seats to its winter schedules to/from 20 UK airports in response to BA’s announcement that it will cancel 8% of its winter schedule (over 10,000 flights) due to staff shortages and capacity cuts at “Hopeless Heathrow”.
Ryanair, Europe’s No 1 airline, is today (20 Aug) inspiring its UK customers with its top 3 destinations for a well-deserved city getaway this September/October, with fares from just £19.99. Make the most of the last days of summer by exploring vibrant and exciting sights around Europe’s top cities, including Faro, Barcelona and Prague.
Ryanair, the UK’s largest airline, today announced that it will add over 500 flights to and from its main base at London Stansted Airport for the Autumn Mid-Term Break, providing an additional 100,000 low-fare seats to/from London to family destinations in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Greece, and France.
Ryanair has reported a 2022 first quarter profit of €170m, compared to a loss of €273m in the same period in 2021, but significantly below the €243m reported in 2020, pre-Covid.
Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, and the Erasmus Student Network (ESN) has announced the sixth year of their partnership, which will help European students to travel at the lowest fares to their exchange projects.
Ryanair has welcomed the ballot approval by its Spanish based pilots on post-Covid pay restoration, which follows the recent acceptance by its French based pilots of a similar agreement. These agreements with the SEPLA (Spain) and SNPL (France) unions deliver accelerated pay restoration and future improvements to pay in each year up to March 2027.
Ryanair has welcomed the outcome of the ballot on post-Covid pay restoration for Ryanair’s UK pilots, which will also deliver pay increases.