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Ryanair To Launch New “Ryanair Rooms” Accommodation Service

Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today (9 Jun) announced that it will launch a low price accommodation offer, “Ryanair Rooms”, from 1st October next, offering its 116m customers the widest choice of hotel, hostel, B&B, holiday villa and homestay options, but always at the lowest prices. Ryanair is inviting all interested accommodation providers to submit proposals to beco...

Ryanair Appoints New Non-Exec Director Capt. Mike O'Brien

Ryanair Holdings plc, confirmed that Capt Mike O’Brien has joined the Board as Non-Exec Director with oversight of Air Safety. An Irish national, Capt O’Brien has a long and distinguished career in the aviation industry having just retired as Head of Flight Operations with the Maltese Civil Aviation Authority whom he joined in 2001, having previously served for 10 years as the Head of...

Ryanair is being accused of breaching bribery laws with its 'Brexit special' promotion

Vote Leave has lodged a complaint with the police about a Ryanair promotion that the pro-Brexit campaign claims is in breach of  bribery laws, according to The Guardian. Ryanair's "Brexit Special" promotion offers British expats the chance to fly back to the UK on the day or the day before the referendum, June 23, for a discount price, starting at €19.99. "This a...

Thousands of British holidaymakers are having their flights cancelled

Hundreds of flights to, from and over France have been cancelled ahead of another strike by air-traffic controllers, affecting thousands of British passengers flying to, from or over French airspace. The stoppage is part of a nationwide strike in protest at new labour laws that reduce workers’ rights. France has the busiest skies in Europe. Around 60 per cent of easyJet’s entire fli...

Ryanair Opens New European Training Centre In London Stansted

Ryanair, the UK’s No. 1 airline 16 May opened its new European Training Centre in London Stansted Airport. Ryanair confirmed that it will create over 1,000 new jobs for pilots, cabin crew, and engineers in 2016, more than 450 of which will be located at Ryanair’s 13 UK airport bases to support its 14 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, an investment of over $1.4bn in the British economy....

Ryanair flight to Manchester evacuated in Norway

A Ryanair flight from Norway to Manchester has been evacuated before take-off over a bomb scare which police say was due to a misunderstanding. The flight was about to leave from Rygge airport near the Norwegian capital, Oslo, when it was evacuated. Two men were detained by police after their behaviour aroused suspicion but were later released. The situation was "back to normal"...

Ryanair’s CEO Isn’t Afraid to Scare a Few People to Keep Britain in the EU

Ryanair Holdings Plc Chief Executive Officer Michael O’Leary, emerging as one of the strongest business advocates of Britain staying in the European Union, said the anti-Brexit campaign should be ready to scare voters to secure victory in June 23’s referendum. Asked what he would do to bolster the “Remain” cause if the outcome of the poll is still in doubt 10 days b...

Passenger shouts bomb threat after flight crew denies him a beer

A Ryanair passenger was arrested Thursday night after he shouted a bomb threat while his plane was landing. The man was aggravated that flight crew refused him a beer, and decided to exact revenge by claiming there was a bomb onboard, according to local reports. The flight from Tenerife landed in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, at 9:28 p.m. local time. As the plane was preparing to land, t...