Ryanair

  • Ryanair’s website to be upgraded, mobile app and website to close for 12 hours

    Published on : Tuesday, November 6, 2018

    For a system upgrade Ryanair website and mobile app will remain closed for 12 hours this week.     From 17:00 UK time on Wednesday to 05:00 on Thursday it will not be accessible and the airline apologized to customers …

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  • Low-budget flights cater more arrival of tourists in Jordan

    Published on : Friday, November 2, 2018

    Jordan tourism authorities are seeking to place the country on the list of top destinations in the region. The tour operators and hospitality industry executives hope revenue will be generated and jobs created, officials said.     Ryanair, Norwegian Air, …

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  • Ryanair’s Bosnia And Herzegovina Flights Take Off

    Published on : Wednesday, October 31, 2018

    Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (30 Oct) celebrated its first ever Bosnia and Herzegovina flights (its 37th country) with the start of its new two times weekly Banja Luka service to/from Stockholm Skavsta, the first of its 3 new Banja …

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  • Ryanair tenders apology in the racial abuse row

    Published on : Friday, October 26, 2018

    Ryanair has issued a statement in response to the racist abuse row involving a passenger on its flight FR9015.   Ryanair was under tremendous pressure to apologise after one of its passenger David Mesher had racially abused an elderly lady …

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  • The Ryanair passenger racially abuses a woman

    Published on : Thursday, October 25, 2018

    A white man David Mesher racially abused 77-year-old Delsie Gayle on flight FR9015 from Barcelona to Stansted. The incident has invited sharp criticism and Ryanair is under pressure to apologise.   David Lawrence filmed the incident, and his video went viral …

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  • Aqaba unveil plans to launch budget flights from Europe to Amman

    Published on : Thursday, October 25, 2018

    Ryanair, EasyJet and Norwegian Airlines, three European low-cost carriers are all set to introduce flights from different European cities to Amman and Aqaba from November 1, an official said on Tuesday.   Every week, Ryanair will fly 26 carriers from …

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  • Wizz Air announces a brand new baggage policy

    Published on : Wednesday, October 10, 2018

    Low-cost carrier Wizz Air has announced a new baggage policy that it claims will ‘ease’ the boarding process for passengers.   The policy, which comes into effect from 1 November, guarantees one free carry-on with dimensions 40x30x20 cm for all …

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  • 30,000 flyers to be affected, Ryanair cancels 150 flights

    Published on : Thursday, September 27, 2018

    The Ryanair cabin crew strike on Friday has impacted more than 30,000 passengers across Europe .Around 150 flights scheduled on Friday will be cancelled due to cabin crew strikes.     Verdi, a union representing around 1,000 German cabin crews …

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  • Ryanair cancels 190 flights to deal with pilot strike

    Published on : Tuesday, September 25, 2018

    In an announcement, the Irish airline, Ryanair said it has cancelled 190, or about 8% of its 2,400 scheduled flights this Friday.   The airline has taken this step in the face of the strike action being taken by unions …

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  • Ryanair cabin crew unions in 5 countries warn management

    Published on : Saturday, September 22, 2018

    The cabin crew unions of Ryanair in five countries have warned that unless the airline shifts its “behaviour and attitude”, their strike planned for next Friday 28 September will proceed.     In a statement issued today, the unions representing …

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  • Ryanair brings new pilot training programme in Cork

    Published on : Tuesday, September 18, 2018

    A major training partnership programme  has been launched by Ryanair with with Cork-based international flight school, Atlantic Flight Training Academy to bring a new mentored pilot programme.     The partnership in Cork was launched  by An Tánaiste, simon coveney …

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  • Ryanair plane lands safely on a wheel after one wheel breaks while taking off

    Published on : Saturday, September 15, 2018

    A Ryanair pilot made an emergency landing of a plane that had one wheel missing after it fell off during take-off, an investigation has discovered.   The Boeing 737 from Stansted had 184 passengers on board and was bound for …

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  • Cabin crew walk-out, 150 Ryanair flights connecting Germany cancelled

    Published on : Wednesday, September 12, 2018

    Out of 400 scheduled flights to and from German destinations 150 were cancelled as the cabin crew went on a strike.     Ryanair connects 16 destinations in Germany like major cities of Hamburg, Frankfurt and Berlin.   The German …

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  • Around 1.3 million flyers witnessed flight delays in 2017

    Published on : Tuesday, September 11, 2018

    New research from Which? revealed that around 1.3 million passengers witnessed flights delayed by a minimum three hours last year.     The Civil Aviation Authority analyzed punctuality data in the year to June 2018 which focused on 1,825 flights …

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  • Ryanair amends new baggage policy

    Published on : Friday, September 7, 2018

    Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline has made yet more changes to its baggage policy, two weeks after announcing that passengers will only be allowed to take on one small bag for free.   It is Europe’s biggest airline caused controversy …

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  • Kenya to tie up with Ryanair, EasyJet for tourism boost

    Published on : Thursday, September 6, 2018

    Kenya is focused on making tourism one of the primary drivers of its economy.   According to reports, Nairobi is considering discussions with low-cost airlines like Ryanair Holdings Plc and easyJet Plc to begin flying to the nation.   Last …

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  • Unsigned compensation cheques compound Ryanair problems

    Published on : Friday, August 24, 2018

    Ryanair, the Irish airline apologised Wednesday for sending unsigned compensation cheques to nearly 200 passengers the airline owed money to for delayed or canceled flights. Ryanair (RYAAY) blamed the mix up on an “admin error.”   “These [cheques] were re-issued …

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  • Striking pilots ground 400 Ryanair flights affecting thousands

    Published on : Friday, August 10, 2018

    Ryanair pilot strike led to the grounding of almost 400 flights that were scheduled for Friday.   The Irish airline, Europe’s largest by passenger numbers, said 396 flights were cancelled, which could affect more than 74,000 passengers.   Employees in …

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  • Ryanair pilots to join European strikes next week

    Published on : Friday, August 3, 2018

    A group of Irish Ryanair pilots would strike along with those in up to four European nations next Friday.   Members of the Irish Airline Pilots’s Association (Ialpa) that is part of trade union Fórsa have decided to hold their …

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  • Ryanair flight cancellations caused luggage pile up

    Published on : Monday, July 30, 2018

    Several passengers were left stranded after Ryanair cut flights on Saturday and Sunday and services to Dublin, Cork, Barcelona and Budapest were stopped.       It was noted that more than 1,000 suitcase were left  piled up at the …

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