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Ryanair Announces Over 250 Jobs Lost At Its Dublin, Stansted, Madrid & Wroclaw Offices Due To Covid-19 Groundings

Ryanair, Europe’s largest low fares airline, today (Fri 15th May) confirmed it has reduced its office headcount in Dublin, Stansted, Madrid and Wroclaw by over 250 through a combination of probation/fixed term contract ends, resignations and redundancies, as these people will not be required to return to work on 1 June, when the Ryanair offices reopen, due to the substantial decline in traffic the Ryanair Group Airlines is facing in 2020. Ryanair Airlines have operated … more

News 15 May 2020

Ryanair To Restore 40% Of Scheduled Flights From 1 July

Crew & Passengers To Wear Face Masks & Pass Temperature Checks Ryanair, Europe’s largest low fares airline, today (Tues 12th May) announced plans to return to 40% of normal flight schedules from Wed 1 July … more

News 12 May 2020

Ryanair April Traffic Falls 99.6% To 0.04m Guests

Covid-19 Airspace Closures Impact April Traffic   Ryanair Holdings plc today (5 May) released April traffic statistics as follows:    2019 2020      Growth Ryanair Group  13.5m 0.04m -99.6% Ryanair  13.0m 0.04m -99.6% Lauda    … more

News 05 May 2020

Ryanair Holdings Plc – Covid-19 Market Update

Ryanair Holdings Plc today Fri. 1 May updated the market on its traffic projections for Q1, its plans for a likely return to services in Q2, the expected significant decline in current year traffic, and … more

News 01 May 2020