Ryanair, Ireland’s favourite airline, welcomed the Irish Govt’s decision to use the Defence Forces to assist with passenger security processing at Dublin Airport until the end of the summer period. This measure will support the hardworking DAA security staff, especially during peak weekend travel and reduce the chances of long queues that passengers have experienced particularly at the start of the summer season.
Ryanair Holdings has reported a full year loss of €355m, compared to a PY loss of €1,015m.
Ryanair announced a 5 year heavy maintenance agreement with Jordan based MRO provider, Joramco, which will see the airline utilising up to 6 heavy maintenance bay slots at its facility in Amman, Jordan. Ryanair’s fleet will grow to over 600 aircraft over the coming years and this agreement will ensure that the airline has flexibility as to where it places its aircraft for winter maintenance season.
Ryanair, has announced the lucky winner of its annual ‘Win A Million’ event who walked away with a €100,000 cash prize. Laura Mereacre, who moved to Liverpool over five years ago from Portugal, visited Ryanair’s HQ in Dublin with her husband and two children to play for a €1m, having bought a winning €2 Ryanair charity scratch card on a flight to Portugal earlier this year.
Ryanair has launched a training partnership with Astonfly to recruit and train up to 500 new cadet pilots over a 4-year period in France. In a strong sign of post-pandemic recovery in international air transport, the low-cost airline aims to attract pilots to support its growth across Europe.
Ryanair has announced flights from Stansted to Lapland for the festive season. With four weekly flights starting from November 3rd, it’s the perfect opportunity to take the trip of a lifetime.
Ryanair has marked the opening of its new base at Newcastle. The low-cost carrier will base two aircraft at the airport, claiming this will create around 60 jobs.
Ryanair has announced a new decarbonisation strategy, Pathway to Net Zero, which the low-cost carrier hopes will see it become carbon neutral by 2050.
Ryanair has released its largest ever summer schedule for its three London bases – Gatwick, Luton and Stansted. The carrier will add 14 new routes to a total 181 to be operated over the coming months.
Ryanair has improved its long-term outlook even as the low-cost carrier continues to be hit by short-term disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ryanair has announced its largest ever summer schedule from Dublin Airport, with 120 destinations and over 900 weekly flights available to customers.
Ryanair has added an additional route to its summer schedule, with plans to fly from Manchester to Menorca twice a week from May unveiled as the schedule is rebuilt.