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- Ryanair to force people with young children to pay for seat allocation - The GuardianThe GuardianRyanair to force people with young children to pay for seat allocationThe GuardianRyanair has risked raising the ire of passengers after deciding to force any passenger travelling with children under 12 to pay for an allocated seat. The budget airline's policy had been to allow ticket-holders to either take a randomly allocated seat ...Know […]
- Woman accidentally leaves her laptop at Stansted Airport… and ... - The SunThe SunWoman accidentally leaves her laptop at Stansted Airport… and ...The SunA WOMAN who lost her laptop at Standsted airport says Ryanair flew her device to Romania and now they won't give it back. Susan Connolly, who lives in ...Writer leaves her laptop at Stansted...but Ryanair says she has to go to Romania to pick it […]
- Ryanair passengers travelling with an under-12 must pay for reserved seat - Daily MailDaily MailRyanair passengers travelling with an under-12 must pay for reserved seatDaily MailRyanair passengers travelling with a young child will have to pay extra for a reserved seat, the airline has announced. Under the low-cost carrier's existing rules all passengers can choose to save money by having their seats randomly allocated.
- Ryanair launches big recruitment drive for new cabin crew jobs ... - Coventry TelegraphCoventry TelegraphRyanair launches big recruitment drive for new cabin crew jobs ...Coventry TelegraphNo previous cabin experience is required but applicants must be over 18 years of age to apply.and more »
- Ryanair dedicates aircraft to Cristiano Ronaldo - The Malta ... - Malta Independent OnlineMalta Independent OnlineRyanair dedicates aircraft to Cristiano Ronaldo - The Malta ...Malta Independent OnlineIrish airline Ryanair has paid tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo by having an aircraft dedicated to him. As an act of thanks for his contributions to the Portuguese game, ...Ryanair unveils 'Ryanaldo' - The Portugal NewsThe Portugal Newsall 5 news articles »
- O'Leary's quids in at Ryanair as pay jumps to €3.16m with shares ... - Irish IndependentIrish IndependentO'Leary's quids in at Ryanair as pay jumps to €3.16m with shares ...Irish IndependentRyanair boss Michael O'Leary was paid a total of €3.16m last year, according to the airline's new annual report.Ryanair CEO's overall pay packet jumps 33% to €3.2 millionIrish TimesMichael O'Leary's pay soars 33% on record Ryanair revenues | Irish ...Irish ExaminerRyanair […]
- Ryanair and Aer Lingus have both launched big sales... but you ... - Irish IndependentIrish IndependentRyanair and Aer Lingus have both launched big sales... but you ...Irish IndependentSick of the mixed weather? Ryanair and Aer Lingus are both running big sales, but they expire soon.Looking to get away from the rain? Both Ryanair and Aer Lingus ...http://theliberal.ie/ (press release) (blog)all 3 news articles »
- Ryanair passenger is arrested after collapsing onto a small child in ... - Daily MailDaily MailRyanair passenger is arrested after collapsing onto a small child in ...Daily MailAn allegedly drunk 53-year-old man was thrown off a Ryanair flight and arrested after he was said to have belched at a fellow passenger before collapsing onto ...Liverpool flyer arrested after burping at fellow Ryanair passengersMetroall 6 news articles »
- Ryanair to reduce flights from London airport post-Brexit - POLITICO.euPOLITICO.euRyanair to reduce flights from London airport post-BrexitPOLITICO.euRyanair will cut back on the number of flights from London's Stansted airport to focus on European destinations outside the U.K. following Britain's vote to leave the European Union, CEO Michael O'Leary said Monday. “We will pivot our growth away from ...
- Ryanair may ditch UK domestic routes as it focuses on growth in Europe - Telegraph.co.ukTelegraph.co.ukRyanair may ditch UK domestic routes as it focuses on growth in EuropeTelegraph.co.ukBrexit could result in the UK falling out of the European Common Aviation Area, which might mean Dublin-based Ryanair needs a British air operator's certificate (AOC) to continue flying the three domestic routes it serves from Stansted – to Derry ...Ryanair to reduce […]