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Ryanair further extends the waiving of flight change fee for all Dece,ber and January bookings

Ryanair today (20 Nov) announced it will extend the waiving of its flight change fee for all customers who book in December 2020 and January 2021. This gives Ryanair customers peace of mind and greater flexibility should their travel plans change, allowing them to move their flight with no change fee up to 30th September […]

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Ryanair reports H1 loss of €197m as traffic falls 80% to 17m

Ryanair Holdings plc today (2 Nov.) reported a H1 loss of €197m, compared to a PY H1 profit of €1.15bn. Highlights of this 6-month period include: 99% of the fleet grounded from mid-March to end June. Successful return to service implemented 1 July. H1 traffic fell from 86m to 17m. Cost reduction measures implemented across […]

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Ryanair announcing a new Heraklion route to Thessaloniki

Ryanair, today (29 Oct) announced a new Heraklion route to Thessaloniki, offering two flights every week. This new route will commence on 18th December 2020 as part of Ryanair’s Greek Winter 2020 schedule. Greek consumers can now book their Christmas domestic trips and reunite with friends and family, flying on the lowest fares and with […]

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Ryanair cuts capacity in October by another 20% as failed Irish and EU govt Travel restrictions damage bookings

Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline, today (Fri 18th Sept) announced that it would cut its October capacity by a further 20% (in addition to the 20% cut already announced in mid-August). Ryanair now expects its Oct capacity to fall from 50% to approx. 40% of its Oct 2019 levels, but expects to maintain a 70%+ load […]

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Ryanair Reports Q1 Loss Of €185m As Traffic Falls By 99%

Ryanair Holdings reported a Q1 loss of €185m, compared to a PY Q1 net profit of €243m. Highlights of Q1 include: Over 99% of the fleet grounded from mid-March to end June. Q1 traffic fell from 42m to 0.5m. Group airlines operated repatriation, rescue & medical emergency flights. Cash preservation prioritised – closing cash €3.9bn […]

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Ryanair Celebrates The Resumption Of Operations In Chania

Ryanair celebrated the official resumption of its post-lockdown flights from Chania after 4 months grounded. A Memmingen to Chania flight, welcomed with a water salute upon arrival, marked the launch of Ryanair’s Summer 2020 schedule for Chania, which now includes over 20 routes from destinations such as Marseille, Brussels or Milan. Following the lifting of […]

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Ryanair to cut 1,000 Ireland-UK flights in August and September

Ryanair announced that it would cut its Ireland-UK schedules for the months of August and September by up to 1,000 flights, with the loss of over 200,000 passengers, as Ireland maintains a defective quarantine restriction on EU visitors even as the UK and Northern Ireland last week opened up air bridges to most EU countries. […]

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Ryanair reminds passengers of new health measures as it prepares big ramp up of flights from 1st July

Ryanair, called on its customers to follow a new set of simple guidelines that will help to protect the health of passengers and crew as it resumes 1,000 daily flights from 1 July. These measures include new compulsory rules to help to prevent any spread of Covid-19, as well as recommendations for passengers to limit […]

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