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Ryanair wants to take on Easyjet in Berlin

Irish Low-Cost Carrier (LCC) Ryanair (FR/RYR) has applied for enough slots to base 9 aircraft at Berlin’s Tegel airport (TXL/EDDT) following a deal which saw Easyjet pick up former Air Berlin slots. Easyjet and Lufthansa both purchased aircraft and slots when Air Berlin collapsed earlier this year in a deal [read more]

A Ryanair Boeing 737-800 takes-off at Bristol Airport
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Ryanair adds Valencia to Bristol’s S18 schedule

Ryanair has announced a new flight from Bristol Airport (BRS/EGGD) to Valencia (VLC/LEVC). The flight will form part of the Irish Low-Cost Carrier’s (LCC) summer 2018 schedule at Bristol Airport and will commence in March. Located on the east coast of Spain, Valencia is the 3rd largest city after Madrid [read more]

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Ryanair announces 2018 summer schedule from Belfast

Ryanair has announced its 2018 summer schedule from Belfast International Airport (BFS/EGAA). The schedule sees the Northern Irish airport get a £200m investment from the Irish Low-Cost Carrier. Summer 2018 will see two Ryanair aircraft based at Belfast International Airport which will operate 14 routes including a new twice-weekly service [read more]

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Stansted pilots reject a Ryanair pay offer

Pilots at Ryanair’s biggest UK hub, London Stansted, have voted to reject a Ryanair pay offer by the Irish Low-Cost Carrier (LCC). The decision, which had the support of over 60% of pilots, rejected an offer of £11,000-£22,000 extra in bonuses and allowances. The offer is conditional on all negotiations [read more]

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Ryanair officially the 4th largest airline in the world

Despite all the recent negative news about Ryanair and its pilot crisis, the Irish low-cost carrier (LCC) has been officially announced that it is the 4th largest airline in the world. According to the new statistics published by IATA (International air transport association), Global carriers carried 3.8 Billion passengers last [read more]

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Ryanair apologises to pilots and begs them to stay

The beleaguered low-cost airline, Ryanair has given in to its pilots over pay and conditions after weeks of denying pilots were leaving. The Dublin based airline recently put a cancellation policy into force causing misery for hundreds of passengers who had their flights cancelled at the last minute. Ryanair claimed it [read more]

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Flybe discounts for Ryanair passengers to Scotland

Flybe has shown its commitment to those needing to travel between London and Scotland with an exclusive limited time 30% discount on a number of its key routes. This is specifically to help those who have been left without flights following Ryanair’s announcement of route cancellations between London Stansted and Scotland. [read more]

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Ryanair given until 5pm to obey compensation rules

The UK aviation regulator, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has given trouble Irish low-fares airline Ryanair until 5pm today to revise its advice to passengers or face further action. The CAA stepped in on Wednesday when it emerged that Ryanair were deliberately and persistently misleading customers over their rights following the [read more]