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- Ryanair rewards Italian government: Invests one billion euro in Italy - eTurboNewseTurboNewsRyanair rewards Italian government: Invests one billion euro in ItalyeTurboNewsRyanair has warmly welcomed the initiatives taken by the government of President Matteo Renzi to cancel the increase of €2.50 in city tax from September 1, 2016, and the modification of airport guidelines by Minister Graziano Delrio, which allows ...
- Ryanair and low-cost airline rivals likely to cut prices - Irish TimesIrish TimesRyanair and low-cost airline rivals likely to cut pricesIrish TimesHe says that Ryanair carries the best cost momentum going into the second half of 2016, which supports the airline's own predictions for its full-year performance. Mr Harvey also argues that Aer Lingus parent, International Airlines Group (IAG) offers ...Gearing up for digitisationBangkok Postall 2 […]
- Ryanair announces extra flights for Liverpool and Man United Premier League games - Irish MirrorIrish MirrorRyanair announces extra flights for Liverpool and Man United Premier League gamesIrish MirrorRyanair has added seven extra flights between Dublin and the UK for Liverpool and Man United games. The airline has added the flights for the rescheduled Premier League games in October and November. There will be extra flights between Dublin and ...and more »
- Market-moving news and views, 24 hours a day - Financial TimesThe Local.itMarket-moving news and views, 24 hours a dayFinancial TimesLow cost airline Ryanair is bringing La Dolce Vita to more passengers in 2017, back tracking on earlier plans to close routes in Italy following a u-turn over proposed tax hikes in the country. Dublin-headquartered Ryanair plans to increase passenger ...Ryanair gives away €8 flights to […]
- Ryanair's 'visa' stamp requirement leaves Americans in a rage and out of pocket - Irish TimesIrish TimesRyanair's 'visa' stamp requirement leaves Americans in a rage and out of pocketIrish Times“Looking forward to a first-time meeting with Irish relatives, we checked in at Gatwick's Ryanair desk,” Walsh continues. He and his companions showed their already-printed boarding passes, “and – this point is important – our American and British ...
- Ryanair passenger who ran across runway to catch missed flight ... - Daily MailDaily MailRyanair passenger who ran across runway to catch missed flight ...Daily MailThe Ryanair passenger who jumped onto the tarmac at Madrid international airport and ran across the runway to flag down his plane is a Bolivian fast food ...Man who flagged down plane on Madrid airport tarmac was chasing ...The Sunall 4 news articles »
- Incredible moment 'Ryanair passenger runs across tarmac at Madrid Airport to try and catch his flight' - The SunThe SunIncredible moment 'Ryanair passenger runs across tarmac at Madrid Airport to try and catch his flight'The SunTHIS is the shocking moment a Ryanair passenger runs across the tarmac at Madrid airport in an attempt to catch his flight – and makes it on board. The man – who looks to have missed boarding – […]
- Teenager flies on WRONG PLANE after Ryanair staff fail to check ... - Daily MailDaily MailTeenager flies on WRONG PLANE after Ryanair staff fail to check ...Daily MailAlexandra Burt was booked onto a flight with the low-cost airline from Copenhagen to Luton on Saturday. But she ended up in Dublin after a security blunder.and more »
- Ryanair pilot takes Instagram by storm with her jet-set snaps | Daily ... - Daily MailDaily MailRyanair pilot takes Instagram by storm with her jet-set snaps | Daily ...Daily MailA blonde bombshell pilot has shot to Instagram fame after documenting her jet set lifestyle and the glamorous side of working in aviation. Maria Pettersson who ...and more »
- Ryanair to reduce number of flights from London Stansted airport - The GuardianThe GuardianRyanair to reduce number of flights from London Stansted airportThe GuardianStansted is Ryanair's biggest airport base, with 40 out of a total fleet of 350 aircraft located there. Neil Sorahan, the chief financial officer, said airports in Italy, Spain and Germany would all be targets for growth as it eyes greater expansion ...Ryanair ready […]