Good news for sun-seekers! Irish low cost carrier Ryanair is opening a new route from Pardubice, Czech Republic to Alicante, Spain!
Ryanair confirmed that it will delay its new carry-on bag policy to allow passengers more time to familiarise themselves with the change. The new policy was due to be introduced on November 1 but it has now been delayed to January 15, so that it doesn't affect customers travelling over Christmas.
Ryanair is launching 13 new routes between Athens and many European destinations. What is more, the carrier will reinstate flights to Chania on Crete in the 2018 summer season.OT
Monarch Airlines has ceased trading and more than 300,000 future bookings for flights and holidays have been cancelled. The Civil Aviation Authority says it is taking action to get 110,000 people back to UK.EU
The low cost carrier has just announced that 34 routes will be suspended from November through to March 2018 to eliminate the risk of further flight cancellations.EU
Ryanair today announced it will open a new base at Burgas Airport in Bulgaria, from the end of March, with 1 aircraft and 10 new routes. The low cost airline also launched 7 new routes to Paphos, Cyprus.OT
Easyjet, Norwegian and Westjet have announced their cooperation today. The carriers will let customers use their respective websites to book one another’s flights. The new service will allow passengers to connect from Easyjet flights to the other airlines’ long distance routes.OT
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair said it would base three more aircraft at the main airport in Frankfurt (FRA) to add new routes. The budget airline has announced its new summer 2018 schedule for the region. Passengers can book their holidays as far out as October 2018.OT
French air traffic controllers staged a strike today, disrupting travel plans of thousands of people returning from summer holidays around Europe. Irish airline Ryanair has been forced to cancel at least 110 flights today. We look into the rights of passengers affected.OT
Ryanair is adding new destinations to its Malta summer 2018 schedule! In order to operate new and additional routes, the Irish airline will add another aircraft based in Malta. The carrier's plans were announced during a press conference this morning by David O'Brien, Ryanair Chief Commercial Officer.