Month: December 2007

  • Ryanair’s expansion plans

    “RYANAIR was the latest budget airline to unveil major expansion plans at Manchester Airport when it announced services to the cities of Milan, Marseille, Girona in Spain and Bremen in Germany would start next year. The Irish carrier will operate a total of 12 services a week to those destinations initially. ” Link:

  • Now Ryanair to expand

    “RYANAIR, Europe’s largest budget airline, is set to announce a major expansion of its Manchester services. The move by the Irish carrier comes hours after MEN Business broke the news that easyJet will begin operating out of Manchester early next year.” Link:

  • Newquay Cornwall Airport

    “Ryanair flies once a day from London Stansted to Newquay providing customers an easy way to access Newquay and Cornwall. Ryanair will also be providing flights to Alicante and Girona as of March 2008.” Link:

  • Spanish consumers group slam Ryanair pin-up calendar

    “A charity calendar sold by Ireland’s low-cost airline Ryanair showing its air hostesses in skimpy bikinis demeans women and breaks the law, a Spanish consumer group said on Tuesday. The Ryanair 2008 calendar called “The Girls of Ryanair” has photos of air hostesses posing in and outside of planes, dressed in bikinis rather than their…

  • Rugbys all over the place.

    Saw this in Krakow, looks like DC might have to start travelling further afield soon…..

  • Ryanair scraps plans to use Eindhoven as hub

    “Irish budget airline Ryanair will not develop a second hub at Eindhoven airport in the Netherlands due to the Dutch cabinet plans to impose an extra environmental charge on air tickets, Dutch news agency ANP reported Tuesday.” Link:

  • Ryanair lands in last place for eCommerce

    “Ryanair has come bottom of an online Irish shopping survey, despite being named one of the most efficient airlines in Europe by the Association of European Airlines. On Friday, the airline topped the European organisation’s newly released league table, which assessed airlines based on punctuality and the number of bags lost. Despite this good performance…