Starting October of this year, the airline’s new aircraft will feature Boeing Sky Interiors, more legroom and new slimline seats in what the rendering provided by Ryanair reveals to be a lighter cooler shade of blue.
This week, Ryanair celebrated serving its 1 Billionth passenger with the launch of new voice-assisted booking engine and the reveal of its new Zodiac Slimline seats which will offer passengers extra legroom. These initiatives are part the fourth year of […]
Ryanair has renewed its agreement with Amadeus company Navitaire to provide technology solutions which will support its customer-experience focus as part of the airline’s Always Getting Better program.
Ryanair warns a ‘Brexit’ could hurt the UK Economy, in its annual report published today which shows growth in traffic and passenger numbers.
Ryanair reported a rise in full year profit of 43% to €1,242M.
Traffic grew by 18% to 106 million passengers, and the airline’s load factor rose by 5% points to 93%.
The airline’s average fare dropped 1% to €46, and unit costs fell 6% (ex-fuel down 2%)
Ryanair reports it is 44% hedged for FY18 and that hedging will deliver fuel savings of circa €200m (as price savings are offset by increased flight hours).
“We plan to pass on most if not all of these fuel savings to our customers in lower air fares particularly as we grow capacity over the next 12 months in key markets around Europe,” Ryanair states.
As it enters Year 3 of its “Always Getting Better” (AGB) campaign, Ryanair has revealed its 2016 customer experience initiatives which include service, digital, and inflight experience developments.
During this morning’s AGM, Ryanair informed shareholders that it plans to distribute the proceeds (€398m) from the sale of Ryanair’s 29.8% stake in Aer Lingus, via a ‘B’ Share programme which will be concluded before December, subject to EGM approval.
Despite the contention over the Danish labor model which saw Ryanair forced close down both its Copenhagen and Billund bases last month, Ryanair’s Chief Executive Officer, Michael O’Leary, was cheerful, confident, and unapologetic this morning when addressing the press to announce […]
Who doesn’t like a trip back in time on a Friday? Ryanair plays on nostalgia with its latest ad campaign celebrating its 30 years of service. It also manages to drive home the message that it’s kept up with the times, and added service while lowering fares.
As we come closer to the beginning of a brand new year, I want to take a moment to thank all of you for stopping by FlightChic for a unique perspective on the skies.
I thought I’d share three of the aircraft interiors stories that interested you most here on FlightChic.