Ryanair

Ryanair has Grounded nearly all of its Planes until June

Ryanair has grounded nearly all of its planes from today by June 2020, unless there is a change in government action to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

This was announced by the company in a message posted on their website. However, the planes are ready for repatriation flights, as well as for emergency supplies of food, medicines and safety funds.

Ryanair to Lay Off nearly 700 Employees while the Company's Boss Could Get $ 111 Million Bonus

Michael O'Leary, Chief Executive Officer of of low-cost Ryanair Airlines, announced plans to cut 500-700 jobs after shareholders approved a bonus scheme that could bring him about 100 million euro ($ 111 million) for the next five years, Reuters reported.

The Strike of the Ryanair Pilots is POSTPONED

The Irish Supreme Court has blocked the strike of the Ryanair pilots scheduled for tomorrow and again in Dublin.

The airline welcomed the decision and urged pilots to return to negotiations and to resolve any disagreements without disrupting the flight schedule.

A British court decision is also expected today to postpone the protest by pilots in Britain.

Ryanair Launched a New Route from Sofia

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has announced that it has launched a new route from Sofia. Flights will be to the East Midlands airport in the UK, about an hour and a half to Nottingham.

Flights will start in January 2020.

The company reports that flights can be booked for dates until March 28th next year, thus passengers could benefit from the lower prices right now.

Pages