Ryanair – Liczba Rezerwacji Na Loty Z Polski Wzrosła Czterokrotnie

Ryanair, grupa lotnicza nr 1 w Polsce i w Europie, dziś (15 lipca) poinformowała o znaczącym wzroście rezerwacji na lato 2020. Od czasu zniesienia restrykcji w czerwcu, Polacy masowo planują letnie podróże. Lot z Warszawy Modlin do Madrytu w dniu 21 czerwca był pierwszą operacją Ryanair w Polsce po ponad 3-miesięcznej przerwie. Od tego czasu Ryanair odnotował sprzedaż setek tysięcy biletów, w tym do najpopularniejszych kurortów wakacyjnych, a średnia tygodniowa liczba rezerwacji wzrosła czterokrotnie.

W sezonie lato 2020 Ryanair oferuje prawie 200 tras z Polski. Wsród kierunków wakacyjnych największą popularnością cieszą się Burgas w Bułgarii oraz dwa ośrodki hiszpańskie – Alicante i Majorka. Na wyjazdy typu city-break Polacy najchętniej wybierają Rzym. Znacząco wzrosły również rezerwacje lotów do Polski, głównie z Wielkiej Brytanii.

Z tej okazji wprowadzamy do sprzedaży bilety na podróż do końca października w cenie od 79 zł. Rezerwacji lotów w promocyjnych cenach można dokonać jedynie na Ryanair.com do soboty (18 lipca).

Michał Kaczmarzyk, Prezes Buzz – linii lotniczej wchodzącej w skład Grupy Ryanair powiedział:

„Polska częściowo otworzyła granice 17 czerwca. Od tego czasu setki tysięcy Polaków zarezerwowało loty do najpopularniejszych destynacji w Europie, w tym do Rzymu, Burgas, Alicante czy na Majorkę.

Od kilku tygodni obserwujemy wzrostowy trend liczby rezerwacji lotów z Polski, co nas bardzo cieszy. Znaczna część tych rezerwacji dotyczy lotów typowo wakacyjnych, co oznacza, że Polacy czują się bezpiecznie i chcą podróżować.

Z tej okazji wprowadzamy do sprzedaży bilety na podróż do końca października w cenie od 79 zł. Rezerwacji lotów w promocyjnych cenach można dokonać jedynie na Ryanair.com do soboty (18 lipca).”

Ryanair To Cut 1,000 Ireland-Uk Flights In Aug And Sept

Over 200,000 Lost Passengers In Cork, Shannon, Knock & Kerry

Ireland Remains Closed For Business As The Uk, Ni & Rest Of Europe Removes Travel Restrictions On Eu Flights

Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline, today (Tue, 14 July) announced that it would cut its Ireland-UK schedules for the months of August and September by up to 1,000 flights, with the loss of over 200,000 passengers, as Ireland maintains a defective quarantine restriction on EU visitors even as the UK and Northern Ireland last week opened up air bridges to most EU countries.

Ireland (which accounts for less than 8% of Ryanair’s traffic), its tourism industry and connectivity for Irish workers commuting particularly to/from the UK is now suffering unrecoverable losses, as arriving EU passengers are forced to quarantine even while the border to Northern Ireland remains wide open with no such quarantines.

A Spokesperson for Ryanair said:

“Last week when the UK and Northern Ireland removed travel restrictions on short haul flights to/from the European Union, Ireland became the only country in the EU with a blanket 14 day quarantine restriction on all arrivals from EU countries, most of which have lower Covid case rates than Ireland.

It makes no sense, when Governments all over Europe have opened up EU flights since 1st June and removed travel restrictions on intra-EU travel, that the Irish Govt continues to treat countries like Germany, Denmark and Greece as if they were suffering similar levels of Covid as the USA, Brazil and India. Irish citizens are being advised by their Govt that they should not travel to and from EU countries (almost all of whom have lower Covid case rates than Ireland), yet citizens of Northern Ireland can travel freely to and from the EU – via Dublin Airport – without any quarantine restrictions whatsoever.

Air travel between Ireland and the UK is being badly damaged by this ineffective 14 day quarantine. Ryanair will significantly reduce its flights between Ireland and the UK in Aug & Sept, to reflect this suppressed demand. This means 100,000 fewer visitors from the UK travelling to regional airports in Cork, Shannon, Knock and Kerry during the peak months of the tourism season. This unique policy by Ireland, insisting on blanket quarantines with our European neighbours (most of whom have lower Covid case rates than Ireland) is damaging the recovery of Ireland’s economy and our tourism industry, causing long-term damage to jobs in Ireland’s largest employment sector, with business travellers in particular being told that Ireland is closed for business.

We call on the Irish Govt to remove all travel restrictions between Ireland and the EU (almost all of whom have lower Covid case rates than Ireland) as a matter of urgency, so that Ireland’s hotels, guest houses, restaurants and other tourism providers can recover their business and minimise job losses before we reach the downturn winter period. If Micheál Martin does not quarantine for 14 days after visiting Brussels this week, then why should any other Irish or EU citizen be treated differently.”

COVID CASE RATES AMONG MAIN EU COUNTRIES
CASES/1M POPDEATHS/1M POP
1SWEDEN7,506548
2SPAIN6,481608
3BELGIUM5,416844
4IRELAND5,190353
5PORTUGAL4,592163
6UK4,273660
7ITALY4,023578
8NETHERLANDS2,982358
9FRANCE2,641460
10GERMANY2,392109
11DENMARK2,250105
12AUSTRIA2,10379
13ROMANIA1,746100
14NORWAY1,65747
15POLAND1,01642
16GREECE 36719
Source: Worldometer Covid19 Stats 13 July 2020

Ryanair Lancia La Nuova Rotta Palermo-Perugia

Ryanair, la compagnia numero uno in Italia, ha annunciato oggi (10 luglio) l’introduzione della nuova rotta che collegherà Palermo e Perugia con due voli a settimana a partire dal 27 ottobre, nell’ambito dell’operativo in programma per l’inverno 2020.

I viaggiatori in partenza dall’Italia possono ora prenotare un break invernale a Perugia o Palermo, volando a tariffe estremamente convenienti per viaggi business o leisure. Per festeggiare questa nuova rotta, Ryanair ha lanciato un’offerta speciale con tariffe a partire da appena €26,99 a tratta, valida per prenotazioni entro la mezzanotte di lunedì (13 luglio), solo sul sito di Ryanair.

Chiara Ravara – Head of International Communication di Ryanair ha dichiarato:

“Siamo lieti di annunciare questo nuovo servizio bisettimanale da Perugia a Palermo, attivo dal 27 ottobre, nell’ambito dell’operativo in programma per l’inverno 2020. I nostri clienti possono ora prenotare un break invernale a Perugia o Palermo, volando a tariffe estremamente convenienti, a bordo della compagnia preferita in Italia.

Per festeggiare questa nuova rotta, abbiamo lanciato un’offerta speciale con tariffe a partire da appena €26,99 a tratta. Dal momento che queste incredibili tariffe termineranno rapidamente, invitiamo i clienti a collegarsi al sito www.ryanair.com e prenotare oggi il loro viaggio insieme a noi!”

Umberto Solimeno – Direttore Generale dell’aeroporto internazionale Umbria Perugia

“Il collegamento con la Sicilia occidentale era uno dei nostri principali obiettivi che in meno di due anni siamo riusciti a ripristinare grazie alla linea diretta tra l’Umbria e Palermo. Sono particolarmente orgoglio e fiero di questo annuncio che dimostra ancora una volta la potenzialità del nostro territorio. Il collegamento Perugia Palermo si presta bene sia per soddisfare l’utenza business che quella turistica. Un ringraziamento particolare a Ryanair che continua costantemente ad investire sul nostro aeroporto regionale. Con il Perugia Palermo il numero delle delle destinazioni servite solo da Ryanair da e per il nostro aeroporto sale a cinque.Un altro traguardo importante.”

Giovanni Scalia – amministratore delegato di Gesap, società di gestione dell’aeroporto internazionale Falcone Borsellino di Palermo:

“Si arricchisce di una nuova e importante rotta l’offerta invernale dei voli da e per l’aeroporto di Palermo. Il territorio palermitano continua ad essere al centro dei progetto di sviluppo di Ryanair, che vede in Palermo un polo culturale di forte attrazione turistica”.

 

Les Sites De Reservation En Ligne Tiers (Screen Scraper) Bloquent Des Milliers De Remboursements Pour Les Clients De Ryanair

Ryanair Aide Ses Clients En Proposant Une Nouvelle Option De “Vérification Client”

Ryanair, la première compagnie aérienne européenne, a annoncé aujourd’hui (jeudi 9 juillet) qu’en plus d’effectuer 90% des remboursements en espèces de ses clients avant la fin du mois de juillet, elle a lancé une procédure et des instructions en vidéo (disponible ici et sur Ryanair.com) pour les clients dont le remboursement a été bloqué par des sites de réservation de voyages en ligne (screen scraper). Ces sites web non autorisés tels que Kiwi.com, Last Minute.com, On The Beach et Love Holidays (entre autres) transmettent de fausses coordonnées clients à Ryanair et ajoutent les noms de clients sur des cartes de crédit “virtuelles”, ce qui empêche les remboursements directs aux clients de Ryanair.

Cette nouvelle option de “vérification client” aidera ces milliers de clients qui n’ont pas pu obtenir de remboursement à cause de sites de réservation en ligne tiers (screen scraper) non autorisés qui masquent les coordonnées des clients et les détails de paiement à Ryanair et refusent ensuite de répondre aux demandes de remboursement des clients.

Ces dernières semaines, l’équipe du service clientèle de Ryanair a été submergée de plaintes concernant ces sites web non autorisés qui refusent de traiter avec les clients de Ryanair ou de les aider. Ryanair appelle maintenant tous les clients qui ont été trompés et surfacturés par ces sites de réservation en ligne tiers (screen scraper) non autorisés à demander directement un remboursement à Ryanair par le biais du nouveau formulaire “vérification client” sur Ryanair.com.

Eddie Wilson, le PDG de Ryanair, a déclaré :

“Bien que nous ayons réussi à rembourser en espèces des millions de clients qui ont réservé directement avec nous, ce qui signifie que nous disposions des véritables informations de coordonnées email et de paiement, nous n’avons pas pu traiter les demandes de milliers de clients qui ont réservé par l’intermédiaire de ces sites web non autorisés de réservation en ligne tiers (screen scraper) parce qu’ils fournissent des coordonnées et des détails de paiement faux/fictifs lors de la réservation sur le site web de Ryanair.

Ces pratiques contraires à l’intérêt des consommateurs doivent être examinées par les associations de consommateurs et les autorités de réglementation (CAA et CAR) afin de s’assurer que site de réservation en ligne non autorisés soient contraints de fournir des coordonnées de clients exactes afin que Ryanair puisse traiter les demandes de remboursement, les changements de vol et les notifications de voyage urgentes.

Dans de nombreux cas, ces sites de réservation en ligne non autorisés escroquent les clients en les surfacturant, puis en effectuant des réservations sur le site web de Ryanair avec de fausses coordonnées clients et de fausses cartes de crédit, puis en demandant le remboursement des clients directement sur leur propre compte, et dans certains cas, en refusant de reverser cet argent aux clients. Pour protéger les clients, Ryanair a maintenant créé un processus simple de “vérification client” en ligne et une vidéo explicative qui permet aux clients d’être remboursés directement par Ryanair.

Les clients doivent toujours réserver directement auprès de Ryanair pour s’assurer qu’ils bénéficient des tarifs les plus bas, car ces sites de réservations en ligne induisent les clients en erreur en leur faisant payer des frais supplémentaires dissimulés et en leur fournissant de fausses coordonnées de contact/paiement, ce qui empêche les clients de recevoir des remboursements ou des informations de voyage importantes directement de la part de Ryanair”.

Ryanair Launches New Route From Lithuania To Denmark

Ryanair, Europe’s no.1 airline, today (Fri, 10 July) announced a new route from Lithuania to Denmark, commencing 27 October as part of its Winter 2020 schedule. The new route will operate twice weekly to/from Vilnius airport to Billund.

Our Lithuanian customers can now book a winter getaway to Billund, flying on the lowest fares as they travel for business or leisure.

To celebrate this new route, Ryanair is offering seats one-way from just €21.99, which must be booked by midnight, Monday (13 July) only on the Ryanair website.

Ryanair’s Olga Pawlonka said:

“We’re delighted to announce a new twice weekly service from Vilnius to Billund commencing from 27 October as part of our Winter 2020 schedule. Lithuanian customers can now book a winter getaway to Denmark, flying on the lowest fares with Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline.

To celebrate this new route, we’re launching a seat-sale with flights from just €21.99, one way. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped quickly, customers should visit Ryanair.com and book their flights with us today!”

 

Ryanair Launches 3 New Winter Routes From Billund

Ryanair, Europe’s no.1 airline, today (Fri, 10 July) announced 3 new routes from Billund to Krakow, Gdańsk & Vilnius as part of its winter 2020 schedule. These new routes will operate twice weekly from Billund.

Our Danish customers can book a winter getaway to, Krakow, Gdańsk & Vilnius, flying on the lowest fares as they travel for business or leisure.

To celebrate these new routes, Ryanair is offering seats one-way from just 169 DKK, which must be booked by midnight, Monday (13 July), only on the Ryanair website.

Ryanair’s Olga Pawlonka said:

“We’re delighted to announce 3 new routes from Billund this winter commencing from the 25th of October as part of our winter 2020 schedule. Danish customers can now book a winter getaway to Krakow, Gdańsk & Vilnius, flying on the lowest fares with Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline.

To celebrate these new routes, we’re launching a seat-sale with flights from just 169 DKK one way. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped quickly, customers should visit Ryanair.com and book their flights with us today!”

 

Ryanair Launches New Route From Manchester To Poznan

Flights Twice Weekly As Part Of Winter 2020 Schedule

Ryanair, Europe’s no.1 airline, today (Fri, 10 July) announced a new route from the United Kingdom to Poland, commencing 27 October as part of its winter 2020 schedule. The new route will operate twice weekly from Manchester Airport to Poznan.

Our UK customers can book a trip to Poznan, flying on the lowest fares as they travel for business or leisure. To celebrate this new route, Ryanair is offering seats one-way from just £24.99, which must be booked by midnight, Monday (13 July), only on the Ryanair website.

Ryanair’s Eimear Ryan said:

“We’re delighted to announce a new twice weekly flight from Manchester to Poznan commencing from 27 October as part of our winter 2020 schedule. UK customers can now book a trip to Poland, flying on the lowest fares with Ryanair, Europe’s favourite airline.

To celebrate these new routes, we’re launching a seat-sale with flights from just £24.99 one way. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped quickly, customers should visit Ryanair.com and book their flights with us today!”

Ryanair To Fly Bristol Holidaymakers On Over 30 Routes In Summer 2020

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (Friday, 10th July) announced it is offering over 30 routes to/from the Bristol as part of its Summer 2020 schedule. A Malaga service marked one of the first of Ryanair’s post-lockdown flights from Bristol airport on 23rd June and following the easing of travel restrictions by the UK Govt, Bristol holidaymakers can now look forward to planning a well-deserved summer getaway in their favourite spots in Spain, Italy or Greece. In addition to flights to/from destinations such as Valencia and Ibiza, Ryanair is launching a brand-new twice weekly Bristol route to/from Vienna.

It has never been cheaper to fly during the peak summer months. To celebrate its Bristol Summer 2020 schedule, Ryanair is selling flights for £19.99 for travel until end of October, which must be booked by midnight Sunday (12th July), subject to T&C’s, only on the Ryanair.com website.

Ryanair’s Eimear Ryan said:

We’re pleased to announce Ryanair is offering over 30 routes to/from the Bristol as part of our Summer 2020 schedule. A Malaga service marked one of the first of Ryanair’s post-lockdown flights from Bristol airport on 23rd June and our full Bristol Summer 2020 schedule now includes over 30 routes to leisure & business destinations across Europe, including summer favourites in Spain, Italy or Greece.

Following the lifting of travel restrictions, Bristol holidaymakers can now look forward to planning a well-deserved summer getaway on the lowest fares and with the new health measures that Ryanair has rolled out to protect the health and well-being of its people as it ramps up operations this summer.

To celebrate, we’re selling flights for £19.99 for travel until end of October, which must be booked by midnight Sunday (12th July). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

Dave Lees, CEO, Bristol Airport said: 

“We welcome today’s news of 30 Ryanair routes being available from Bristol Airport this summer and the new destination of Vienna being added to the route network. The range of routes available offers customers from the South West and Wales region a choice and flexibility of destinations using their local airport. We continue to partner with Ryanair to look at future route opportunities.  

“We continue to work on the latest government guidance available to keep our customers and colleagues safe whilst providing these vital air links.  We have introduced ‘Safe journeys start here’ a three-step plan: Get ready > Stay safe > Let’s travel to reassure customers of the actions we have taken at the Airport.  The measures include enhanced cleaning procedures, social-distancing policies, one-way queuing systems, hand sanitiser locations, contactless payment facilities, customer awareness signage, protective screens for customer interaction points and staff wearing face coverings in all key customer contact points as safety is our key priority.”