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NEWS Feb 26, 2024 Ryanair CEO Warns of 10% Increase in Flight Prices Amid Boeing Delivery Delays Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary warned that flight prices could increase by 10% this summer due to an aircraft shortage. Boeing's new aircraft deliveries have been delayed, leading to less passenger capacity amid high travel demand. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Aug 24, 2023 How to Start an Airline: A Quick-Reference Guide Have you ever thought of starting your own airline? This article explains the steps necessary to starting an airline, from idea to first flight. Hopefully this quick-reference guide can get you started! Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Aug 23, 2023 Flying a Low-Cost Airline Anytime Soon? Here's How You Can Save Big Budget airlines have become a very popular method of travel across the world. But, how can one have the CHEAPEST budget airline experience? All is explained in this comprehensive article. Read More →
ROUTES Jun 14, 2023 Ryanair Reveals Winter 2023 Schedule Adding UK-Albania Flights Ryanair, the leading airline in Europe, has unveiled its Winter '23 schedule, including 17 new routes and 200 weekly flights to and from Albania. Read More →
NEWS May 10, 2023 Ryanair Places Record $40BN Order for 300 Boeing 737 MAX-10 Aircraft; Will Create 10,000 Jobs by 2034 Ryanair Holdings plc has announced that it has placed an order for 300 Boeing 737-MAX-10 planes, with 150 firm orders and 150 options. The delivery of the aircraft is expected between 2027 to 2033. Read More →
NEWS Apr 10, 2023 INCIDENT: Emergency Declared at Dublin Airport as Ryanair 737 Nose Gear Collapses A Ryanair Boeing 737-800 aircraft encountered damage to its nose gear upon landing at Dublin Airport in Ireland. As a result, operations from the airport's south runway were disrupted for a certain period, and a few flights were diverted. Read More →
NEWS Jul 20, 2022 Heatwave Causes Chaos at London's Luton Airport Europe, especially the United Kingdom, has been experiencing record-high temperatures. This has resulted in travel disruptions throughout the country as its infrastructure cannot handle such temperatures. This article reviews the Heat Wave and its effect on Luton Airport, which saw part of its runway melting because of the high temperatures. Read More →
NEWS Smooth Flying for the MAX? A few months ago, things seemed hopeless for the 737 MAX. The MAX has been grounded worldwide for over fifteen months after two crashes that killed over 300 people. Since then, Boeing has been making adjustments to the plane, trying to get it recertified and deemed airworthy once again. Boeing has, of course, experienced difficulty during this time, with lawsuits, investigations, canceled orders, loss of customers, loss of trust, and to make matters worse, COVID-19. But now, as the MAX enters the final stages of the recertification process, it seems as if things may start going Boeing's way. Read More →