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Ryanair’s Post-Covid-19 Recovery Continues

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ryanair said it flew 10.6 million passengers in September, whereas it carried 5.2 million passengers the same month last year. In August this year, however, the carrier moved 11.1 million passengers. While not up to the airline’s summer standards, the month outperformed many pre-COVID-19 winter months. Ryanair’s overall results are far better than its rival […]

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Ryanair Has Launched 14 New Routes Equating to 500 New Jobs

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ryanair has recently announced 14 new routes from London, which will create 500 new jobs in the city’s airports. Half of the routes will start from London Stansted Airport – the airline’s largest hub. They are the following: Helsinki, Finland, Oradea, Romania, Stockholm, Sweden, Tampere, Finland, Trapani, Italy, Treviso, Italy, Zagreb, Croatia. There will also […]

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Ryanair shuts down London Southend aircraft base this winter

Reading Time: < 1 minute The low-cost carrier Ryanair has confirmed that it will close its two aircraft base in the London Southend Airport from the 1st of November. EasyJet made the same announcement last August. Ryanair aircraft base operations from London Southend lasted three years from 1st April 2019. Two low-cost carriers Ryanair and Wizz Air arrived in the […]

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Ryanair Is to Recruit 2,000 New Pilots

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ryanair says it is going to recruit 2,000 pilots over the next three years. Having additional flight crews will be necessary as the industry’s recovery is imminent and the airline is healing from the Covid-19 impact. The main trigger for a recruitment drive Ryanair has just announced is that the carrier is taking 210 new […]

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New Chapter for Aviation: The Industry Is Recovering

Reading Time: 4 minutes The pain from the Covid-19 crisis has been felt by all aviation industry players that were forced to take drastic measures, as layoffs, fleet cuts, restructuring, etc., to stay in the game. As a result, the pilot profession, which had always been a marvel, all of a sudden started raising more questions than giving answers. […]

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European Leaders Recommend Airlines Stop Flying Over Belarus

Reading Time: 2 minutes The leaders of the EU countries prepared to bring in action sanctions on Belarus and cut off its aviation links on Monday, furious after it scrambled a warplane to intercept a Ryanair aircraft and arrest a dissident journalist Roman Protasevich, an act one official denounced as ‘state piracy’.  U.S. President Joe Biden on Monday condemned […]

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Europe threaten to ban air traffic over Belarus after “state piracy”

Reading Time: 2 minutes European leaders threatened on Monday to limit international air traffic over Belarus and possibly restrict its ground transport, after a Ryanair passenger plane was forced to land in an incident denounced by Western countries as “state piracy”, informs Reuters. Western leaders reached for the strongest language to condemn Sunday’s incident, in which a Belarusian warplane […]

Ryanair Orders a New Boeing 737 MAX Simulator
Ryanair Purchases a New Boeing 737 MAX Simulator

Reading Time: < 1 minute According to MPS, Ryanair has ordered an MPS Boeing 737 MAX FTD-2 to be delivered to its facility in Dublin, Ireland. This purchase is made after the airline placed an order for 75 additional Boeing MAXs. In total, the group has 210 aircraft on order. Ryanair will use the Boeing 737 MAX FTD-2 for Type […]

Ryanair Unveils Its Summer Expansion Plans with New Routes
Ryanair Unveils Its Summer Expansion Plans with New Routes

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ryanair has unveiled its plans to launch 26 new routes for the summer season, including routes to popular holiday destinations, such as Italy, France, Greece, Portugal, and Spain. To mark the new routes’ launch, Ryanair has begun a sale for summer flights that will include fares of £19.99 each way and last until October 2021. […]

Malta Air’s First Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft is Ready for Delivery

Reading Time: < 1 minute The first Boeing 737 MAX aircraft fuselages produced for Malta Air, Ryanair’s subsidiary, have been spotted leaving the production line in Renton, Washington. These spotted aircraft are part of the Ryanair Group’s order for 210 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes. The two fuselages of Boeing 737 MAX destined for Malta Air have been spotted by Twitter’s […]