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The airline was founded by Christopher Ryan, Liam Lonergan and Tony Ryan in late 1984 and commenced operations in July, 1985 when it flew a small 15-seater aircraft from Waterford in Ireland to Gatwick Airport in the UK. The company's initial aim was to break the hold that British Airways and Aer Lingus had on flights between London and Ireland at that time. The company surpassed those early goals and today it is the busiest international airline based on passenger numbers as well as the largest in Europe based on passengers carried. With Ryanair flights to countries all over Europe and North Africa, the airline looks stronger than ever. It has its headquarters in Swords, Dublin and its main operational hubs are at Dublin and at Stansted Airport in the UK.

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In a bid to keep costs low in order to reduce fares, Ryanair often chooses to land at secondary European airports rather than main international airports. Many secondary airports like Weeze near Dusseldorf have fewer facilities but are still within easy reach of the intended destination. So successful has the airline been that Bratislava Airport is sometimes laughingly referred to as 'Bratislava Vienna.' Where a secondary airport isn't a viable option, Ryanair flights terminate at major airports. Some of these include., Rome-Fiumicino, London, Gatwick, Marseilles, Edinburgh and Lisbon. In-flight service is good but basic and passengers can expect:

  • Incredibly low fares
  • Wide choice of destinations
  • Basic in-flight refreshments and facilities
  • Friendly customer service

The airline demands low handling fees from the airports that it serves as well as input and help with advertising and marketing. This ensures that passengers enjoy the lowest possible prices on Ryanair flights right through the year. Its fleet of Boeings is one of the youngest, greenest and quietest in the sky and the average age of aircraft is 5.5 years. With some of the most exciting cities in Europe and North Africa to choose from, it's little wonder that this Irish carrier is the preferred choice for holidaymakers and business travellers who want no-fuss, affordable short haul flights. It's also the ideal choice if you're flying back to Ireland and flights to Ireland are available from major cities every day.

ryanair Fleet: 294 aircraft + 1 On Order

ryanair Fleet Details:

Aircraft Type Aircraft Aircraft Number
Boeing 737 Boeing 737-800 294

ryanair in-flight services and entertainment:

ryanair baggage (allowance, excess fees) :

Hub : ryanair operate mainly from Dublin airport (DUB).

Dublin - Collinstown (DUB / EIDW)

Foundation date : 1985

Fleet Age (years) : 3.9

ryanair flights: flight prices and latest offers

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Flights Dublin Manchester DUB - MAN $30 16 August
Flights Athens Mykonos ATH - JMK $46 08 July
Flights Toulouse Dublin TLS - DUB $114 06 March
Flights Marrakech Athens RAK - ATH $135 24 June
Flights Birmingham Milan BHX - MXP $133 15 to 20 July
Flights Venice Krakow VCE - KRK $133 21 May
Flights Manchester Valencia MAN - VLC $192 28 June to 03 July
Flights Liverpool Alicante LPL - ALC $143 28 June to 03 July
Flights Malta Palermo MLA - PMO $170 02 September
Flights Rome Brindisi FCO - BDS $34 04 August
Flights Athens Dubai ATH - DXB $217 13 August
Flights Stuttgart London STR - LGW $50 05 March
Flights Dortmund London DTM - LGW $27 05 March
Flights Düsseldorf London DUS - LCY $27 10 March
Flights Frankfurt London FRA - LGW $72 05 March

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ryanair (FR/RYR)

Ryanair offers bargain flights to a comprehensive selection of destinations. It's one of the world's favourite budget airlines and services like easy online booking and confirmation coupled with good customer service assure its continued popularity.