5 Reasons How Low-Cost Carriers Make Money

5 Reasons Why Low-Cost Carriers Make Money Let’s sit back and imagine ourselves in a situation where we are very happy, very successful, yet find ourselves looking for something new. Something exciting. You’ve always loved aviation and were keen into it. You would never call yourself an aviation geek. But you know everything that’s happening […]

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Top 5 Reasons To Work For Ryanair As A Pilot

Top 5 Reasons To Work For Ryanair As A Pilot Ryanair is one of the fastest growing airlines in Europe. Started in 1984 and commencing operations in 1995, the airline managed to achieve unmeasured success throughout its history. Ryanair started from 1 aircraft in its fleet to over 400 planes today. From flying 5000 people […]

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Evacuation In Ryanair Aircraft After Phone Catches Fire Onboard

Evacuation In Ryanair Aircraft After Phone Catches Fire Onboard Traveling is a part of vacation process. Most of the time the worst that can happen is the delayed flight. But sometimes the heat appears to be not the beach and sun heat but far more concerning. The one, than can be caused by electronic devices […]

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A Ryanair Passenger Took The Emergency Exit

A Ryanair Passenger Took The Emergency Exit

A Ryanair Passenger Took The Emergency Exit A Ryanair passenger, fed up with waiting to leave a plane in Spain, got in trouble after taking the emergency exit and waiting on the wing. His flight from London had been delayed one hour on departure, and passengers were reportedly kept on board for 30 minutes at […]

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Ryanair Pilots To Strike Next Week

Ryanair Pilots To Strike Next Week

Ryanair Pilots To Strike Next Week Ryanair pilots in Ireland have called a one-day strike next week, potentially disrupting flights for Europe’s biggest airline on its home territory. Flights to and from Dublin, Shannon and Cork are likely to be affected by the walkout on Wednesday. The action by Dublin pilots comes shortly after plans by an […]

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RAF Jets Escort Ryanair Flight After Security ‘Hoax’

RAF Jets Escort Ryanair Flight After Security ‘Hoax’ A Ryanair passenger jet was escorted into Stansted airport by two RAF fighter jets after a suspected hoax security alert. Flights were temporarily grounded at the hub as the plane was redirected from its route between Kaunas in Lithuania and Luton airport in Bedfordshire. “The RAF can confirm Quick […]

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Ryanair Cancels Flights

Ryanair Cancels Flights After ‘Messing Up’ Pilot Holidays

Ryanair Cancels Flights After ‘Messing Up’ Pilot Holidays Ryanair is cancelling up to 50 flights a day for the next six weeks after the airline made a mistake planning around holidays for its pilots. The Irish-based budget airline company has already cancelled flights through Wednesday, Sept. 20 as a result of the issue. But more […]

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Ryanair Seeks Two-Drink Limit for Passengers

Ryanair Seeks Two-Drink Limit for Passengers Before Flight

Ryanair Seeks Two-Drink Limit for Passengers Before Flight Ryanair is calling on UK airports to enforce a two-drink limit after it was revealed the number of passengers arrested for drunken behaviour at UK airports increased 50 per cent in the last year. The airline has already banned customers from drinking duty-free alcohol on flights, and stopped […]

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Ryanair to Sell Flights to the US and Latin America

Ryanair to Sell Flights to the US and Latin America Ryanair has started selling flights to the US and Latin America, as part of a partnership with Air Europa.  The airline’s CEO, Michael O’Leary, announced the move, which he said was a step towards becoming the “Amazon of travel”. From Tuesday, customers can browse and book […]

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Ryanair Plans to Create Over 3500 Jobs In 2017

Ryanair Plans to Create Over 3500 Jobs In 2017 Irish budget carrier Ryanair has detailed its expansion plans for 2017 which will see it add 50 aircraft and create over 3,500 new jobs. Ryanair said that it will be hiring 2,000 new cabin crew, 1,000 pilots and 250 aircraft engineers, as well as promoting over 300 First […]

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