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  • Air traffic control strike disrupts hundreds of flights
    Air traffic control strike disrupts hundreds of flights
    A strike by French air traffic controllers has created havoc for airline passengers in Europe as airlines have cancelled and delayed flights reported CNN on June 25, 2014.As of Wednesday, passengers flying on British Airways, EasyJet, and RyanAir...
  • Ryanair charges grieving father to change flight
    Muslim father, grieving over his dead family, is charged to change flights
    A Muslim doctor, grieving because his family had just perished in a fire, was charged extra by Ryanair to change flights and fly home earlier, prompting the company to do some quick spin doctoring to avoid a public media outcry.The BBC reported...
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    Ryanair continues its hard line policies
    Irish budget airline Ryanair continues to hold the hard line on its policies, even to the detriment of its passengers. This time, it was seriously ill children on a trip to EuroDisney for the Share A Dream Foundation.They were on a trip to...
  • Halcyon days of air travel
    Budget airline CEO says 'Seatbelts don't matter"
    Well, the days of luxury travel are officially gone, according to news from Ireland. Pan Am stewardesses certainly aren't around anymore. And it appears that seatbelts on planes are silly, and passengers won't mind if they aren't...
  • Michael O'Leary
    Michael O'Leary promises US$125 flights from US to Ireland
    Michael O'Leary, CEO of the Irish discount airline Ryanair, has said he would provide€99 fares across the Atlantic if his bid to take over Ireland's national airline Aer Lingus is successful. That's about US$125 to fly to Ireland,...
  • Bridie O'Donnell
    Ryanair shows it still values rules over compassion
    On your next trip to Ireland, you may want to avoid Irish budget airline Ryanair. Their fares are low, but so is their compassion, according to a Donegal medical patient. In August, the airline charged Suzy McLeod from Newbury, Berkshire about ...
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    Ryanair in hot water again
    Next time you fly from Denver to Ireland, check to see if any leg of your flight is on Ryanair, the discount Irish airline, especially the return trip. Ryanair is famous for cheap fares and charging extra fees for items usually included in the...
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    Booking Ryanair flights
    If you’ve traveled through Europe and never flown Ryanair, you’re missing out! As one of the most affordable airlines in Europe, Ryanair makes it possible to travel on even the tightest budget.Although Ryanair only has flights within...
  • Hungarian airline grounded
    Hungarian airline grounded
    By David Stewart WhiteHungary's national airline suspended operations, stranding passengers at Budapest and other airports. Malev posted information on its website suggesting that ticketholders "ask other airlines about their offers"...
  • Alice Broadley from England, Georgina Mariou from England and Gillian Moore from Kilester, Dublin pose at the O'Callaghan Alexander Hotel in Dublin, Ireland to highlight the 2012 Ryanair Cabin Crew Charity Calendar in which they are featured.
    Ryanair offers 2012 bikini and lingerie charity calendar
    For four straight years each November, low fare Irish carrier Ryanair (FR) has offered travelers a way to donate to a worthy cause, while looking over a collection of nearly naked flight attendants displayed in the annual Ryanair Cabin Crew...
  • Ryanair Chief Executive Officer Michael O'Leary
    Ryanair in-flight app includes pornographic content
    A leading national organization opposing pornography and indecency is calling on airline passengers to avoid flying on Europen airline Ryanair because of its recent announcement that they will develop and provide an in-flight app for iPads and...
  • Ryanair adds more fees
    Ryanair adds more fees
    By David Stewart White17 September 2011Air travelers have become accustomed to the plethora of fees added by airlines worldwide. But discount Irish carrier Ryanair has taken fee mania to a new height. Travelers are forced to pay an extra £6 ...
  • A Ryanair Boeing 737-800 sits parked at Limoges – Bellegarde Airport after diverting there due to a loss of cabin pressurization on Flight FR-9336, during a flight from Bristol, England to Barcelona, Spain on Monday evening, August 25, 2008.
    Loss of cabin pressure forces Ryanair flight to divert
    CORRECTION AND RETRACTION - The actual date of this incident was Monday, August 25, 2008. We apologize to our readers and to Ryanair for this unintentional error in fact, which resulted from following a misdated search engine link. As this event...
  • Flight attendants at Air France have begun asking passengers to take trash with them when they leave the aircraft, as a measure to reduce turn around time.
    Air France asks passengers to help clean their planes
    As part of a strategy to compete against budget European airlines, Air France (AF) cabin crews have started asking deplaning passengers to collect trash from their seating area and place them in terminal bins after they leave the aircraft, as...
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    Air war in Libya forces flight changes in Sicily
    By David Stewart White21 March 2011Irish budget airline Ryanair has been forced to suspend flights to and from Sicily's Trapani Airport today because of military use in support of the no-fly zone over Libya. Ryanair flights have been moved to...