Ryanair, Europe’s No. 1 airline, today (12 OCT) announced the launch of its new podcast – Inside Ryanair. If you’re intrigued by the inner workings of a world-leading airline, wondered how Ryanair can sell seats for less than €10 to some of Europe’s most wish-listed destinations, want an insight into how the Max will play a key role in Ryanair’s future growth, or what actions they are taking to reduce its CO2 emissions, then scroll no further than Inside Ryanair – the brand-new six-part business and aviation focused podcast that takes a deep dive into Europe’s favourite airline, discusses topical news stories and provides an insight into some frequently asked questions about Ryanair.
Hosted by Piaras Kelly and Mark Duffy, each episode of Inside Ryanair will kick-start with a chat around interesting news topics from recent days before welcoming a different guest each week from across the business.
Week one sees the hosts engage in an in-depth discussion with Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson. Eddie discusses his experiences of working for Ryanair for over 20 years, with some stories and insight from inside the Ryanair offices. Eddie also gives a look back on his first full year in the CEO role, how he has transitioned to being in charge and the challenges he’s faced so far while also giving an outlook on the future of the business.
Inside Ryanair launches today, 12 October and each episode will be approx. 40 mins in length. New episodes will drop every week thereafter.
Speaking about the inspiration to start the podcast, Ryanair’s Dara Brady said:
“We are delighted to be launching Inside Ryanair. We want to give people an insight into some of the most pressing topics within the industry, address some of the most frequently asked questions regarding Ryanair and have a chat about topics in the media of interest to us and the industry. This is a free podcast so choose your favourite seat, sit back, relax and enjoy on Apple, Spotify & Google Podcast Stores. Ryanair welcomes feedback so be sure to share your thoughts on the podcast on Twitter, Facebook or your streaming channel of choice.”