Good news! Ryanair passengers booking flights for July or August will have possibility to change their reservations free of charge.
Good news for the European tourism market. Ryanair, Europe's largest low-cost carrier just announced that will resume 90% of its routes starting on July 1.
Thousands of travellers are in a standstill. At the very beginning of the pandemic Ryanair promised to refund cancelled flights but recently started offering vouchers instead. As result, passengers neither travel nor have their money back.EU
Most likely, after the Covid-19 pandemic airlines will block the possibility of booking middle seats on their aircrafts, which is being widely discussed now. The only carrier that strongly opposes this measure is Ryanair.EU
Europe's largest low-cost Ryanair is preparing for a price war with its competitors in order to boost recovery. The Irish airline plans to resume the operations as soon as restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic are lifted.EU
After suspension of almost all its flights Ryanair keeps using a big part of its fleet for operating short flights on a regular basis. Confused? We will explain.AS AU EU US
Ryanair has grounded nearly all of its planes from today - and said it isn't expecting to operate flights in either April or May.AS AU EU US
Irish lowcost airline decided to cancel 80% of flights between midnight 18 March and midnight 24 March.AS AU EU US
Irish lowcost airline is expecting to see a 80% decline in flight bookings across April and May and it's not ruling out simply grounding all fleet.AS AU EU US
WizzAir's CEO estimates that current travel crisis and dramatic drop in demand for flights can last up to six months. A number of adjustments is planned to mitigate the financial hit, but the main problem for lowcost airlines is the fact, that Italy is their biggest market.