Ryanair confirms it will have no bases in Denmark by midnight Friday of this week, July 17, unless Danish labor unions back off on threats of blockades.
Negotiations have finally reached a point of mutual satisfaction, after a strike that lasted for seven days and involving 17 of the airline’s pilots. This agreement was the last in a series of collective barganing negotiations the airline has conducted with unions in the past weeks, and as a result of the satisfactory terms reached with NSF, SAS has established agreements in place with all of its pilot unions that, the airline states, “create conditions for future expansion.”
After facing accusations of “social dumping” from the Lord Major of Copenhagen, Frank Jensen, Ryanair launched a “Thanks Frank!” promotion on four of its Copenhagen routes to Dublin, London, Milan, Warsaw.
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.
The partnership between Raymond Kollau industry analyst at trendwatching.com and founder of airlinetrends.com, and noted designer Daniel Baron of LIFT Strategic Design, aims to deliver fresh insights and strategies to airlines to improve their brand and their passenger experience.
The test proved that the GX Aviation network can support multiple file transfers and video streaming–giving passengers the same Wi-Fi experience at 40,000 feet as they enjoy on the ground.
The success of this test brings us one step closer to enjoying next generation truly global high-speed in-flight connectivity, say the two companies.
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.
European Low-Cost Carrier, Transavia Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Air France/KLM Group, has announced an order for 17 Next-Generation 737-800s including options for three additional aircraft. Boeing values the order at $1.6 billion at current list prices and […]
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