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Ryanair boss hits out at Boeing management

Ryanair Group boss Michael O’Leary has hit out at Boeing’s management saying though should step up or ship out. The outspoken airline boss was reacting to delays in delivering new Boeing 737 Max aircraft to Ryanair by the Seattle USA-based airframer. Mr O’Leary said that Ryanair was still a willing [read more]

Caerdav’s name has been officially unveiled by Chairman Bruce Dickinson (L) and CEO Joachim Jones (R).
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Ryanair selects Caerdav for winter maintenance

Ryanair has selected South Wales MRO provider Caerdav for winter maintenance of its Boeing 737 fleet. Formerly known as Cardiff Aviation, Caerdav was started by Iron Maiden front man Bruce Dickinson with help from the Welsh Government. After a rocky start, the MRO specialist has contracts with EasyJet and TUI [read more]

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Ryanair adds Bournemouth to Malta this summer

Budget airline Ryanair (FR/RYR) has announced it has added a direct flight between Bournemouth (BOH/EGHH) to Malta’s Luqa airport this summer. The new route will operate twice per week and brings the number of destinations available from Bournemouth with Ryanair to 15. Managing Director of Bournemouth Airport, Steve Gill said: [read more]

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Ryanair launches May sale at Midnight!

Irish budget airline (FR/RYR) is discounting tickets on 300,000 seats for travel in May on over 1,000 routes! The “May’jor” sale will see seats available from £16.99 to destinations including Nice, Madrid, Zadar, and Budapest. Ryanair flies from most UK airports including Manchester, Stansted, Edinburgh, East Midlands, Bristol, and Cardiff. [read more]

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Ryanair chooses SAF partner at Amsterdam Schiphol

Irish budget airline group Ryanair (FR/RYR) has announced a partnership with Neste Holland to provide a 40% blend of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) for flights at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS/EHAM). The partnership will see around a third of Ryanair’s Amsterdam flights use the SAF blend which the industry sees as [read more]