New Ryanair route Málaga-Stockholm in 2011

Low cost airline Ryanair will be starting a new route from Málaga airport as from March 2011. The new route is to Vasteras airport in Stockholm, Sweden, and there will be two flights each week, on Wednesday and Sunday. Ryanair already operate flights to Gothenburg and Stockholm-Skavsta.

Ryanair in Sevilla

Ryanair is to invest €150 million in its new base of operations, San Pablo airport in Sevilla, with the aim of eventually carrying two million passengers on 250 flights per week on 30 routes.

Ryanair to quit Santiago de Compostela

Ryanair has announced that it is planning to cease operations at Santiago de Compostela airport in Galicia, a move that will mean an end to all international connections from the airport.

Ryanair U-turn

In a move more reminiscent of a politician, Ryanair has made a U-turn and announced it will comply with ‘unfair’ European law which obliges carriers to refund bills of thousands of passengers caught up in the volcano crisis.

Ultimate ‘no frills’

Thousands of airline passengers have been dealt a further blow today after Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary said he will defy rules on paying full compensation for stranded travellers. The budget carrier warned customers it will not be held liable for their hotel and restaurant bills after state agencies across Europe shut down airspace for six days and he would wait for …

Ryanair ups baggage charges for the summer

Ryanair has announced a 33% increase in the cost of baggage charges in what they describe as an attempt to ‘incentivise passengers to travel light’. However, this will only apply to the months of July and August, the time when the majority of families take their annual holiday.

Ryanair to axe four routes from Granada

Ryanair is set to close four of its six routes from Granada airport as from May 4th due to the excessive costs charged by the airport authority.

Expensive meal

A passenger on a Ryanair flight from Krakow, Poland, to East Midlands was a lucky scratchcard winner, his prize being €10,000. However, a trifle upset that the prize had to be collected from the offices of the company organising the scratchcard lottery as it was such a large amount, the man then ATE his winning ticket. In doing so, he …