New Vilnius Route To London Southend

Ryanair Continues Central & Eastern European Expansion

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (22 Aug) announced a new Vilnius route to London Southend, with a three times weekly service commencing in November 2019, as part of Ryanair’s extended Vilnius winter 2019 schedule.

Customers in Vilnius can now book their holidays to London & Eastern England as far out as March 2020, enjoying even lower fares and Ryanair’s customer care improvements.

Ryanair continues its Central and Eastern European expansion with the launch of this new route, which follows yesterday’s announcement of its entry to the Georgian market. Ryanair has the lowest fares in Europe, its average fare of just €37 is a fraction of that charged by its competitors, and with this expansion now even more customers can enjoy these low fares.

To celebrate Ryanair’s continued expansion in Central and Eastern Europe and Lithuania, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from just €12.99 for travel until end of November 2019, which must be booked by midnight Sunday (25 Aug), only on the Ryanair.com website.

Ryanair’s David O’Brien said:

“Ryanair is pleased to continue its Central and Eastern European expansion with the launch of a new Vilnius route to London Southend, commencing in November, which will operate three times weekly, as part of our extended winter 2019 schedule.

To celebrate our continued expansion in Lithuania, we are releasing seats on sale from just €12.99 for travel until end of November 2019, which must be booked by midnight Sunday (25 Aug). Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

O NOUĂ RUTĂ DIN BUCUREȘTI CĂTRE LONDRA SOUTHEND

RYANAIR CONTINUĂ EXPANSIUNEA ÎN EUROPA CENTRALĂ ȘI DE EST

Ryanair, compania aeriană Nr. 1 a Europei, a anunțat astăzi, 22 august, lansarea unei noi rute din București către Londra Southend, care va fi operată cu o frecvență de cinci zboruri săptămânale începând din noiembrie 2019, ca parte a programului extins pentru iarna 2019 din București.

Clienții din București pot acum să-și rezerve vacanțele în Londra și estul Angliei până în martie 2020, profitând de tarifele mai mici și experiența pentru clienți îmbunătățite ale Ryanair.

Ryanair își continua expansiunea în Europa Centrală și de Est prin lansarea acestei noi rute care urmează anunțului de ieri privind intrarea pe piața din Georgia. Ryanair oferă cele mai mici tarife din Europa, cu un tarif mediu de doar 37€, care reprezintă o fracțiune din cel practicat de competitori, iar cu această expansiune mai mulți clienți se pot bucura de aceste tarife reduse.

Pentru a sărbători expansiunea continuă în România și Europa Centrală și de Est, Ryanair scoate la vânzare locuri promoționale din București de la doar 12.99€ pentru călătorii până la finalul lunii noiembrie 2019, și care trebuie rezervate până Duminică, 25 august, doar pe Ryanair.com.

 

David O’Brien, Chief Commercial Officer, Ryanair, a declarat:

“Suntem încântați să ne continuăm expansiunea în România și Europa Centrală și de Est prin lansarea, în noiembrie, a unei noi rute din București către Londra Southend, care va fi operată cu o frecvență de cinci zboruri săptămânale ca parte a programului extins pentru iarna 2019 din București.

Pentru a sărbători expansiunea continuă din România, scoatem la vânzare locuri promoționale de la doar 12.99€ pentru călătorii până la finalul lunii noiembrie 2019, dar care trebuie rezervate până la miezul nopții, Duminică, 25 august. Pentru că aceste locuri promoționale se vor epuiza rapid, clienții sunt invitați să acceseze acum www.ryanair.com pentru rezervări.”

New Routes From Bucharest & Vilnius To London Southend

Ryanair Continues Central & Eastern European Expansion

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (22 Aug) announced two new Southend routes to Bucharest and Vilnius, commencing in November 2019. The new route to Bucharest will operate with a five times weekly service, while the new Vilnius route will operate three times weekly.

Ryanair continues its Central and Eastern European expansion with the launch of these new routes to Romania and Lithuania, which follows yesterday’s announcement of its entry to the Georgian market. Ryanair has the lowest fares in Europe, its average fare of just €37 is a fraction of that charged by its competitors, and with this expansion now even more customers can enjoy these low fares.

To celebrate, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from just £9.99 for travel until the end of November 2019, which must be booked by midnight Saturday (24 Aug), only on the Ryanair.com website.

 

Ryanair’s David O’Brien said:

“Ryanair is pleased to continue its Central and Eastern European expansion with the launch of two new Southend routes to Bucharest and Vilnius, commencing in November, as part of our extended winter 2019 schedule.

Customers in Southend can now book flights to Lithuania and Romania as far out as March 2020, enjoying even lower fares and Ryanair’s great choice of destinations, with 39 countries in the Ryanair network, following our entry to the Geogian market earlier this week.   

To celebrate, we are releasing seats on sale from just £9.99 for travel until the end of November 2019, which must be booked by midnight Saturday (24 Aug). Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

Ryanair’s Low Fares Come To Georgia

4 New Routes, 170,000 Customers P.A. At Tbilisi & Kutaisi

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (21 August) announced its first ever flights from Georgia, the 39th country in the Ryanair network, with a new route from Tbilisi to Milan Bergamo and two new routes from Kutaisi to Bologna and Marseille, which start in November as part of Ryanair’s Winter 2019 schedule. Ryanair will also connect Tbilisi to Cologne in April as part of Ryanair’s Summer 2020 schedule and deliver 170,000 customers annually to/from Ryanair’s Georgian airports.

 

Ryanair’s Georgia 19/20 schedule will deliver:

  • 2 new routes from Tbilisi to Milan Bergamo (4 pw) starting from November & Cologne (2pw) from April20
  • 2 new routes from Kutaisi to Bologna (2 pw) & Marseille (2 pw)
  • 170,000 customers p.a.
  • Over 100* “on-site” jobs p.a.

Georgian consumers and visitors can now book their holidays as far out as October 2020, enjoying even lower fares and Ryanair’s recently announced 2019 customer care improvements, including:

  • Lowest Fares  find a cheaper fare within 3 hours, get paid the difference plus €5 MyRyanair credit
  • Punctuality – deliver 90% target (excl. ATC) or 5% off following month’s air fares
  • Customer Care Charter – EU261 claims processed in 10 days, new 24/7 support, connect in 2 mins
  • Care Improvements – 48-hour free of charge grace period for changes to bookings
  • Environmental Improvements – carbon offset programme, environmental partners & plastic free in 5 years
  • New Ryanair Choice – €199 annual fee for free seats, fast-track & priority boarding for freq. guests
  • Digital Improvements – new fare finder, sports tickets, bespoke travel guides & faster mobile

To celebrate the launch of its first Georgian airports, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from just €9.99, for travel in November and December, which must be booked by midnight Friday (23 Aug) only on the Ryanair.com website.

 

Ryanair’s David O’Brien said:

“We’re pleased to announce Ryanair’s low fares have arrived at Tbilisi and Kutaisi, our newest airports and 1st airports in Georgia. These four new routes that will start in November (except Cologne, starting in April next year), will further promote Georgian tourism, and will deliver over 170,000 customers annually to/from two European countries to one of Europe’s fastest-growing tourism destinations. We look forward to developing new Georgian traffic growth, new routes, and jobs in the coming years.

 To celebrate, we are releasing seats for sale on our network from just €9.99 for travel in November and December which are available for booking until midnight Friday (23 Aug). Since these amazing low fares will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”

 

*ACI research confirms up to 750 ‘on-site’ jobs are sustained at international airports for every 1m passengers

 

RYANAIR STARTET NEUE ROUTE VON KÖLN NACH TIFLIS, GEORGIEN

Ryanair, Europas Airline Nr. 1, kündigte heute (21. August) eine neue Strecke nach von Köln nach Tiflis in Georgien an, die ab April 2020 zweimal wöchentlich im Rahmen des Sommeflugplans 2020 für Köln von Ryanair durchgeführt wird.

 

Zur Feier der neuen Kölner Strecke hat Ryanair einen Sitzplatzverkauf für das europäische Netz mit Tarifen von nur 9,99 € für Reisen im November und Dezember gestartet, der bis Freitag (23. August) um Mitternacht nur über die Website Ryanair.com gebucht werden kann.

Chiara Ravara von Ryanair sagte:

“Ryanair freut sich, ab April 2020 eine neue Strecke von Köln nach Tiflis in Georgien ankündigen zu können, die im Rahmen unseres Sommerflugplans 2020 zweimal wöchentlich durchgeführt wird. Kunden in Köln können nun Flüge nach Tiflis bis Oktober 2020 buchen.

Zur Feier dieser neuen Strecke stellen wir in unserem europäischen Netz Plätze für Reisen im November und Dezember ab 9,99 € zum Verkauf, die bis Freitag (23. August) um Mitternacht gebucht werden können. Da diese erstaunlich günstigen Tarife schnell vergriffen sein werden, sollten sich die Kunden auf www.ryanair.com einloggen, um diese nicht zu verpassen..”

RYANAIR LANCIA LA NUOVA ROTTA MILANO BERGAMO – TBILISI, GEORGIA

Ryanair, la compagnia No.1 in Italia e in Europa, ha annunciato oggi (21 Agosto) una nuova rotta che, a partire da Novembre 2019, collegherà Milano Bergamo a Tbilisi, in Georgia, con un 4 voli settimanali, nell’ambito della programmazione invernale 2019 da Milano Bergamo.

L’operativo Ryanair su Milano Bergamo per l’inverno 2019 copre 80 rotte in totale, tra cui 10 nuove destinazioni invernali: Agadir (volo bisettimanale), Bremen (bisettimanale), Göteborg (bisettimanale), Katowice (bisettimanale), Lappeenranta (bisettimanale), Londra Southend (3 voli a settimana), Marsiglia (4 voli a settimana), Santander (bisettimanale), Sofia (giornaliero) e, naturalmente, Tbilisi (4 voli a settimana), che faranno transitare oltre 11.1milioni di passeggeri presso l’aeroporto di Milano Bergamo quest’anno.

Per festeggiare questa nuova rotta da Milano Bergamo, Ryanair ha lanciato un’offerta speciale sul suo network europeo a partire da soli 9,99 Euro, per viaggiare a novembre e dicembre, valida per prenotazioni entro la mezzanotte di veneredì (23 agosto) solo sul sito di Ryanair.

Chiara Ravara di Ryanair ha dichiarato:

“Ryanair è lieta di annunciare la nuova rotta che, a partire da Novembre 2019, collegherà Milano Bergamo a Tbilisi, in Georgia, con 4 voli a settimana, nell’ambito della nostra programmazione invernale 2019. I viaggiatori in partenza da Milano Bergamo possono ora prenotare un volo per Kutaisi fino a marzo 2020.

Per festeggiare, abbiamo lanciato un’offerta speciale sul nostro network europeo a partire da soli 9,99 Euro, per viaggiare a novembre e dicembre, valida per prenotazioni entro la mezzanotte di veneredì (23 agosto). Dal momento che queste incredibili tariffe termineranno rapidamente, invitiamo i clienti a collegarsi al sito www.ryanair.com per non perdere l’occasione”.

RYANAIR LANCIA LA NUOVA ROTTA BOLOGNA – KUTAISI, GEORGIA

Ryanair, la compagnia No.1 in Italia e in Europa, ha annunciato oggi (21 Agosto) una nuova rotta che, a partire da Novembre 2019, collegherà Bologna a Kutaisi, in Georgia, con un servizio bisettimanale, nell’ambito della programmazione invernale 2019 da Bologna.

L’operativo Ryanair su Bologna per l’inverno 2019 copre 48 rotte in totale, tra cui 8 nuove destinazioni invernali: Crotone (3 voli a settimana), Fuerteventura (settimanale), Kutaisi (bisettimanale), Marseille (3 voli a settimana), Podgorica (bisettimanale), Santander (bisettimanale) e Tel Aviv (bisettimanale) che faranno transitare oltre 4.4 milioni di passeggeri presso l’aeroporto di Bologna quest’anno.

Chiara Ravara di Ryanair ha dichiarato:

“Ryanair è lieta di annunciare la nuova rotta che, a partire da Novembre 2019, collegherà Bologna a Kutaisi, in Georgia, con un servizio bisettimanale, nell’ambito della nostra programmazione invernale 2019. I viaggiatori in partenza da Bologna possono ora prenotare un volo per Kutaisi fino a marzo 2020.

Per festeggiare, abbiamo lanciato un’offerta speciale sul nostro network europeo a partire da soli 9,99 Euro, per viaggiare a novembre e dicembre, valida per prenotazioni entro la mezzanotte di veneredì (23 agosto). Dal momento che queste incredibili tariffe termineranno rapidamente, invitiamo i clienti a collegarsi al sito www.ryanair.com per non perdere l’occasione”.

Ryanair Irish Pilots Withdraw From Mediation After No Progress Is Made On Their Unrealistic Demands

Ryanair pilots and their union Fórsa yesterday evening (14 Aug) withdrew from Mediation talks chaired by Mr Kieran Mulvey when no progress was made on their unrealistic and unimplementable pay proposals.

 

At yesterday’s mediation, the Ryanair Pilots Committee and Fórsa confirmed that they are seeking pay increases of 101% on top of current annual pay of over €172,000. Ryanair Pilots are insisting on these pay demands being met, just one day after Norwegian announced the closure of its Dublin operations with the loss of over 120 crew jobs, despite the fact that Ryanair has a surplus of over 500 pilots due to the delayed delivery of over 30 MAX aircraft this winter, and just 10 weeks before a “no-deal” Brexit could cause further disruption to air travel and airline jobs in Ireland and the UK.

 

Ryanair has called on its pilots and the Fórsa union to return to Independent Mediation with reasonable proposals which reflect the falling airfares and profits Ryanair has recently reported, as well as the fact that Ryanair pilot pay is already 20% ahead of comparable 737 airline pilot pay in Norwegian and Jet2.

 

Speaking yesterday evening, Ryanair’s Chief People Officer Eddie Wilson said:

 

“We have done everything in our power to avoid disruption to our flights and our customers’ holidays. However, no company can concede to grossly unreasonable demands from its highest paid workers for a further pay increase of over 100% (when they already agreed and received a 20% pay increase earlier this year) at a time when the airline industry is in crisis.

 

Ryanair pilots who are already among the best paid workers in Ireland are now threatening to disrupt the holiday travel plans of thousands of customers over the coming weeks as they demand that their pay be increased from €172,000 p.a. to over €347,000 p.a. that would see them earn more than the President of Ireland or our Taoiseach, even as Norwegian makes all of its Dublin pilots redundant. We remain willing to engage in Mediation with our pilots and Fórsa but call on them to avoid disrupting our customers’ travel plans in pursuit of what are clearly unrealistic and unimplementable pay proposals.”