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Ryanair’S 76 Cabin Crew Bases Agree 5 Year Pay Deals

Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today (20 Jan) announced that it has negotiated 5 year pay and conditions deal with all of its 76 cabin crew bases across Europe, following the successful conclusion of similar 5 year deals at all 76 pilot bases. Following weeks of direct negotiations between Ryanair and its elected cabin crew representatives, using long established collective bargaining...

Shocking moment Ryanair stewardess tells passengers "We don't want to die" as ice forms on plane's wing

Disgruntled travellers claim they were delayed for several hours before the shocking comment was made. This is the moment an air stewardess stunned passengers on board a Ryanair flight by telling them: "We have ice on the wing - we don't want to die!" The gob-smacking video has been shared on social network sites by one of the holiday-makers on board as they tried to fly f...

Passenger spends 40 minutes battling to save man's life on Ryanair flight

A woman fought to save the life of a man having a heart attack for forty minutes on a Ryanair flight, it was reported.  The plane was en route to Liverpool from Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands when the man had a heart-attack. The plane was diverted to Cork in Ireland where the unnamed female passenger continued to work on the man, despite heavy turbulence. The woman, who was trav...

Ryanair Adds Palanga To Expanded London Stansted Summer Schedule

Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline, today (15 Jan) announced further expansion to its Stansted Summer 2016 schedule with a new route to Palanga in Lithuania (in addition to Milan Malpensa, Sofia & Verona), bringing to 130 summer 2016 routes, which will deliver 20m customers p.a. and support 15,000* “on-site” jobs at Stansted Airport. Ryanair’s Stansted summer 2016 s...

Ryanair: The first airline to carry over 100m passengers in one year

Ryanair has become the first scheduled airline in the world to carry more than 100m international passengers in a single year, after reporting that 101.4m chose the airline to travel in 2015. This follows the official release of the carrier’s December 2015 passenger numbers, showing that traffic grew by 25% to 7.5m customers, representing a 12-month rolling annual traffic result of 101.4m...

Ryanair passenger numbers jump after airline cuts fares following Paris attacks

Ryanair cut fares to attract bookings after the Paris terrorist attacks, which boosted passenger numbers by a quarter last month and helped it grow at more than double the rate of fierce rival easyJet in 2015. The Irish budget airline, which is led by chief executive Michael O’Leary, carried 7.5m customers in December, a 25pc jump on the same month a year earlier. Ryanair’s load fac...

Ryanair Delivers 70% Of Irish Tourism Growth In 2015

Ryanair released its 2015 Irish traffic numbers which show it has delivered 70% of all traffic growth at Cork, Dublin, Knock and Shannon airports in 2015, a year of record growth for Irish tourism. Following the decision of Finance Minister, Michael Noonan, to scrap air travel tax in April 2014, Ryanair has continued to roll out new routes and more frequencies on existing routes, including...

Brookfield Aviation International Alleged to Be a "Letterbox Company" Controlled by Ryanair

British police and German investigators are enquiring into Brookfield Aviation International, which is alleged to be a "letterbox company" controlled by Ryanair. A letterbox company is one that establishes its domicile in a tax friendly country with only a mailing address while carrying out its activities across other countries with the intention of saving taxes. Ryanair's use of...