With its annual results, the ultra-low cost carrier shared its goals for new routes from Dublin and Stansted as it spots opportunities in Germany, Scandinavia and Central Europe.
Today the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority released its proposals for capping charges at London airports, provoking an angry response from airline figures such as IAG’s Willie Walsh.
From June, Ryanair will operate its first route in Montenegro, a service from Podgorica airport to Brussels, with flights planned for Tivat from summer 2014.
An online petition is aiming to persuade Ryanair to expand on its new routes at Targu Mures’ Transylvania Airport (TGM) by opening direct flights to Dublin.
An inaugural flight from Barcelona Girona airport (GRO) landed at Jonkoping (JKG) in southern Sweden on April 1.
In the wake of securing a Ryanair route to Alicante, newly independent Shannon Airport is aiming to revive its network across short-haul, non-European and network services.
Low-cost carriers have only scratched the surface of their potential within Asia, argues Gordon Bevan of ASM.
CEO James Hogan hints the Abu Dhabi-based carrier is eyeing a stake in Irish flag carrier to UK’s Sunday Telegraph.
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