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Ryanair And OMV Sign 160,000 Tonne SAF Deal

Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline, and OMV, the international integrated oil, gas and chemicals company headquartered in Vienna, have today (14th Sept) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to supply sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at Ryanair airports across Austria, Germany and Romania. While limited production of SAF remains a global aviation issue, this MoU gives Ryanair unique access to purchase up to 160,000 tonnes (53m gallons) of SAF from OMV over the next 8 years, saving … more

News Sustainability 14 Sep 2022

Ryanair Appeals Bogus CPA Fine Calls On HU Govt. To Scrap “Excess Profits” Tax On Loss Making Airline Sector

Ryanair, Hungary’s No.1 airline, today (13th Sep) called on the Hungarian Govt to explain why its idiotic “excess profits” tax was levied on the airline industry which has reported record losses over the last 2 … more

News 13 Sep 2022

Ryanair Appeals Hungary’s Baseless ‘Excess Profits’ Tax Fine

Ryanair, Hungary’s no. 1 airline, confirmed this morning (24 Aug) that it has appealed the baseless fine first announced by the Hungarian Justice Minister, yet allegedly imposed by the Hungarian Consumer Protection Agency (CPA) on … more

News 24 Aug 2022

Ryanair Inspires Hungarian Customers With End-Of-Summer City Getaways From Just 7199HUF

Ryanair, Europe’s No 1 airline, is today (19 Aug) inspiring its Hungarian customers with its top 3 destinations for a well-deserved city getaway this September/October, with fares from just 7199HUF. Make the most of the … more

News 19 Aug 2022

Ryanair Closes 8 Hungary Routes & Cuts Frequency On 7 Others In Response To Bizarre “Excess Profits” Tax On Airlines Reporting Record Losses Due To Covid

Ryanair, Hungary’s no. 1 airline, today (12 Aug) announced that it will cancel 8 routes and cut flights on a further 7 routes from its Budapest base this winter in direct response to the Hungarian … more

12 Aug 2022

Ryanair July Traffic Grows To 16.8m Guests

Ryanair Holdings plc today (Wed, 3 Aug) released July traffic statistics as follows: Ryanair operated approx. 92,300 flights in July 22.

News 03 Aug 2022


Ryanair Holdings today (25 July) reported a Q1 PAT of €170m (pre-exceptionals), compared to a prior year Q1 loss of €273m, but well below the €243m PAT reported in Q1 FY20 (pre-Covid).    30 Jun. … more

News 25 Jul 2022