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Ryanair Calls On Minister Márton Nagy To Apologise For Misleading Hungarian Families

Minister Nagy Should Scrap His Dishonest ‘Excess Profits’ Tax Ryanair, Hungary’s No.1 airline, today (20 June) called on Minister of Economic Development, Márton Nagy, to apologise to Hungarian visitors and families for misleading them with false claims about his ‘excess profits’ tax, which will penalise Hungarian visitors and families from 1 July next. On Saturday last, Minister Nagy made the following false claims: He falsely claimed that Ryanair is ‘Europe’s most profitable airline’, despite Ryanair … more

News 20 Jun 2022

False Claims Made in Magyar Nemzet

These claims in Magyar Nemzet are false and clearly invented. Less than 3% of Ryanair passengers due to travel after 1 July have taken up the option to cancel their flight and receive a full … more

17 Jun 2022

Ryanair Condemns Hungarian Govt’s Idiotic ‘Excess Profits’ Tax On Loss-Making Airlines

Calls On Minister Nagy To Explain Why Airlines Who Reported Record Losses Due To Covid And Ukraine Are Suffering An ‘Excess Profits’ Tax Ryanair, Hungary’s No.1 airline, this morning called on Minister of Economic Development, … more

News 14 Jun 2022

Ryanair Urges Hungarian Govt To Scrap Misguided “Extra Profits” Tax On Aviation

Ryanair, Hungary’s largest airline, today (8 June) called on the Hungarian Govt to scrap its misguided “extra profits” tax on airlines and Hungarian citizens. This tax of between €10 and €25 per departing passenger from … more

News 08 Jun 2022

Ryanair Announces Winter ‘22/23 Schedule For Hungary

1 New Route (53 In Total) Across 1 Hungarian Airport Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, toady, (7th June) announced its upcoming Hungarian Winter ‘22/23 schedule with 1 new route to the exciting destination of Lanzarote. This … more

News 07 Jun 2022


Ryanair Holdings plc today (Thurs, 2 Jun) released May traffic statistics as follows:     Ryanair operated over 88,400 flights in May. Prior Months Guests L.F % December1   9.5m 81% January1   7.0m 79% February1 … more

News 02 Jun 2022

Ryanair Reports Full Year Loss Of €355m

Traffic Recovers Strongly To 97m But At Lower Fares Ryanair Holdings today (16 May) reported a full year loss of €355m (pre-exceptionals), compared to a PY loss of €1,015m.  FY end 31 Mar. 2021 31 … more

News 16 May 2022