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Ryanair is cutting flights to winter destinations and removing aircraft as labor strikes led the company to report a bleak full-year profit forecast. Europe's largest low cost-carrier in Europe said it suffered a fall in its flight traffic which hit revenue, due to September strikes from pilots and cabin crew across Europe in September.
A public relations firestorm ensued after a Ryanair passenger filmed a baggage handler at Manchester Airport throw passengers' luggage onto a conveyor cart with seemingly no regard for the contents inside.
Italy is investigating whether Ryanair is unfairly distorting the airline market with its controversial carry-on baggage fee
Starting in November, Ryanair customers at the cheapest fare level can bring only a "small personal bag" on flights and must pay extra for a carry-on bag. Italy's competition watchdog is said to have argued carry-on bags are an "essential element of transport" and should be part of the ticket price.
Dublin-based airline Ryanair issued on apology after mistakenly sending unsigned compensation checks to nearly 200 passengers. These passengers were owed money by the airline for previous flight cancellations and delays.
I’ve been traveling the world for 6 months, and I still made an expensive budget airline mistake that should serve as a warning to anyone
I recently booked a cheap flight from Sofia, Bulgaria to Lisbon, Portugal for a bargain airfare of $89 on WizzAir. But, after booking, I found that was charged fees that costed more than my ticket, including fees for baggage, administration, airport check-in, and an in-flight meal.
Ryanair warns more than 300 pilots and flight crew members to move to Poland or risk losing their jobs
Ryanair, an Irish, ultra-low cost carrier, has been struggling with staffing issues as Dublin-based pilots and flight crew strike for better benefits and pay. On Wednesday, the company advised employees to move to Poland to avoid being laid off.
Small airlines face a brutal reckoning as oil prices surge, according to the CEO of Europe’s biggest budget carrier
Airlines are constantly battling with the price of fuel. Airlines hedge their fuel costs, locking in prices far ahead of time to try and mitigate the possibility for rising oil prices in future.
The budget Irish airline has repeatedly warned that flights risk being grounded unless it gets clarity on Brexit transition arrangements by summer.
A Ryanair passenger climbed onto the wing of a plane after becoming frustrated about the wait to deboard
The Ryanair passenger was arrested by Spanish authorities.
The man was filmed climbing off of a flight from London Stansted airport to Malaga in Spain.