transport
Ryanair Now Has Striking Pilots to Deal With

Flying with Ryanair is set to become extra traumatic and perhaps even literally impossible this summer, as the airline's pilots are planning a couple of strikes to prove various points with the boss. Read More >>

business
Ryanair Accidentally Accumulated Too Many Staff

Budget airline Ryanair is preparing for a wave of job cuts, with up to 900 staff potentially facing redundancy. Pilots and cabin crew make up the numbers, with the boss preparing two waves of job losses in late 2019 and 2020. Read More >>

travel
Ryanair is Cutting its Free Hand Luggage Allowance. Again

Recently Ryanair has been having a few problems. When it's not having to cancel flights for a variety of reasons, or insisting it doesn't have to compensate affected passengers, it's sending out unsigned compensation checks that land would-be passengers with bank fines. Now it's going to make itself eve more unpopular by reducing the hand luggage people can take into the cabin without paying. Again. Read More >>

money
Ryanair Bounces Compensation Cheques in Most Ryanair Style Thing Ever

Passengers who found themselves and their flights disrupted in the wake of the Ryanair strike series of cancellations have found yet another way to be annoyed with the airline, thanks to some of its compensation cheques going out unsigned and being returned unpaid by their banks. Or bounced, as they used to say, back in the days before money was digitally grabbed out of accounts within seconds. Read More >>

transport
Ryanair Says No to Strike Cancellation Compensation

This week's Ryanair strike that saw as many as 600 flights cancelled across Europe and perhaps 100,000 travellers having their flights axed is not the end of the nightmare for company bosses, as it's now embroiled in a battle to avoid having to pay out compulsory compensation to all 100,000 binned-off passengers. Read More >>

transport
Hundreds of Flights Cancelled as Ryanair Staff Refuse to Fly Ryanair

Next week's insane summer holiday getaway disaster scenario is going to be even more miserable than usual for some, thanks to a Ryanair strike causing hundreds of flights to be cancelled across Europe. Read More >>

transport
Ryanair Says it Probably Won’t Detonate its Business to Make a Point About Brexit

You'll never guess what. Ryanair has backtracked ever-so-slightly over its boss's pronouncement that he'd like to ground his fleet to teach Brexit voters a lesson, with the flier saying it'll try not to deliberately make anyone's life harder or stop them going to nice places. Read More >>

travel
Ryanair Cancels Hundreds of Flights After ‘Messing Up’ Pilot Holidays

Budget airline Ryanair has said it'll cancel 40-50 flights every day over the next six weeks as pilots take last minute holidays. Read More >>

travel
Ryanair is Cutting Passengers’ Hand Luggage Allowance

Ryanair has announced that it will no longer be letting passengers take two pieces of hand luggage onto its planes, in order to try and ease delays. Read More >>

transport
Ryanair Begs Airport Pubs to Stop Selling Booze for Breakfast

The traditional 7:35am pre-holiday flight three-pint nerve-calmer session could be under threat, as budget flier Ryanair is trying to convince passengers and the travel industry at large that stopping airport pubs from selling booze first thing in the morning is a good idea. Read More >>

transport
Parents Give Toddlers Wheelie Suitcases to Bend Ryanair’s Baggage Rules

Travellers on Ryanair flights are bending the rules in a novel way, using children as young as two-years-old as baggage mules to carry on little suitcases hitting the 10kg limit in order to get as much stuff on flights for free. Read More >>

transport
Ryanair Promises Cheaper Flights Galore Through 2016

Holiday enabler Ryanair has said its fliers should see an average drop in fare prices of around 7 per cent this year, as it embarks on a wide range of price cuts designed to keep its planes full and batter the competition. Read More >>

business
Eh? Wonga, Ryanair and Tesco Are Some of the UK’s Most Improved Brands

We shit you not. Despite Tesco’s long, long list of problems and the fact that everyone hates Wonga and Ryanair, the companies appear to have gone up in our estimations. According to the YouGov BrandIndex, the British public have heard a lot more positive things about the three firms of late, so they're being rewarded with a bit more positive press. Read More >>

transport
Ryanair Forced to Pay Compensation to Delayed Passengers

The UK's Civil Aviation Authority is asking Ryanair to surrender and start paying compensation to delayed passengers, after the latest European Court of Justice ruling found that airlines are liable for last-minute technical problems that delay flights. Read More >>

transport
Ryanair Won’t be Going Transatlantic After All

Ryanair has gone on the record to quash previous rumours that it was about to launch flights to the US, saying it "...has not considered or approved any transatlantic project, and does not intend to do so." So forget the dream of a £10 trip to Miami. Read More >>