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- Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary admits they should have been 'nicer' to customers - Daily MailDaily MailRyanair CEO Michael O'Leary admits they should have been 'nicer' to customersDaily MailBut it seems Ryanair's Michael O'Leary is finally ending his not-so-friendly approach to customer service - and admits he should have done so a long time ago. With profits and passenger traffic on the rise amid a charm offensive, the divisive chief […]
- Ryanair's row with eDreams fires up again - Travel Daily MediaTnoozRyanair's row with eDreams fires up againTravel Daily MediaAccording to Spanish media, Ryanair's director of marketing Kenny Jacobs said: “eDreams continues scanning and providing Ryanair flight information in an unauthorised manner and then cheats customers by showing artificially low prices in the beginning ...Ryanair attacks eDreams Odigeo, which fires backTnoozall 2 news articles »
- Aggrieved Ryanair passengers stranded in Krakow airport due to adverse weather - Irish IndependentIrish IndependentAggrieved Ryanair passengers stranded in Krakow airport due to adverse weatherIrish Independent"Affected customers have been provided with refreshment vouchers and overnight hotel accommodation where possible, and any customer affected by limited availability of hotel rooms can submit their reasonable expenses to Ryanair to be reimbursed in full ...City of Derry airport: Ryanair flight to Birmingham […]
- Ryanair halts flights from Sweden's Malmö - The Local.seThe Local.seRyanair halts flights from Sweden's MalmöThe Local.seBudget airline Ryanair has announced it will stop flying from Malmö's Sturup airport and will instead open a base at Copenhagen Airport. The company says it plans to offer more than a dozen new routes from the Danish capital and will wind down its ...
- Ryanair to appeal French court decision - TTG DigitalTTG DigitalRyanair to appeal French court decisionTTG DigitalRyanair had said that because the employees were working for an Irish company they were covered by Irish social security payments. Ryanair's Robin Kiely said: “Ryanair will appeal this ruling to the French Supreme Court on the basis that European ...
- Ryanair hit with €8.3m French fine over staff contract dispute - CITY A.M.CITY A.M.Ryanair hit with €8.3m French fine over staff contract disputeCITY A.M.Ryanair must now pay €8.1m in damages to trade unions and the social security system in France and a €200,000 fine as a result of the ruling. The airline had argued that as an Irish company operating aircraft based in Ireland it was entitled […]
- Ryanair opens third Scots base at Glasgow Airport - ScotsmanScotsmanRyanair opens third Scots base at Glasgow AirportScotsmanFrancois Bourienne, Glasgow Airport's commercial director, said: “It is a real pleasure to officially welcome Ryanair to Glasgow Airport. “The airline will serve seven routes from Glasgow this winter, which will increase to nine from next summer ...
- Ryanair faces £6m penalty for violating French labour laws after court throws ... - Daily MailDaily MailRyanair faces £6m penalty for violating French labour laws after court throws ...Daily MailIn their decision to throw out Ryanair's case, appeal court judges agreed with a lower court's ruling that Ryanair was guilty of 'clear social dumping' and that the case was 'an issue of unfair competition against other airlines that respect national […]
- Ryanair passenger threatens to 'take down' plane - Telegraph.co.ukTelegraph.co.ukRyanair passenger threatens to 'take down' planeTelegraph.co.uk"I am putting a complaint into Ryanair." A Ryanair spokesman said: "The crew of this flight from Malaga to East Midlands requested police assistance on arrival after a passenger became disruptive. "The aircraft landed normally and police removed and ...Ryanair flight from Malaga as man threatened to 'take the plane […]
- Ryanair may launch holiday brand within the next five years - Daily MailDaily MailRyanair may launch holiday brand within the next five yearsDaily MailLong criticised for its surcharges and customer service, Ryanair has softened its stance on baggage charges and booking conditions and introduced allocated seating and a new business class service. It already offers bookings for hotel rooms, car hires ...Ryanair could launch holiday brand 'within […]