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Ryanair strands 201 passengers in Romania instead of Thessaloniki

Dozens of Ryanair passengers were shocked to find themselves in Romania instead of Greece on Friday night. The plane from London to Thessaloniki landed in Timisoara airport in west Romania on Friday evening, as the pilots could apparently not land in Macedonia airport in Northern Greece due to low cloudiness. But …

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Travel disruption ahead as Ryanair pilots in Ireland declare 24h strike

Travel disruption ahead for thousands of holidaymakers as pilots in Ireland working at Ryanair confirm that industrial action is set to take place on July 12th 2018. Almost 100 pilots are expected to participate in the strike that takes place at the peak of the tourist season. Ryanair says the …

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Ryanair protests rate hikes at 14 Greek airports managed by Fraport

Ryanair’s displeasure with looming rate hikes at 14 regional airports managed by a Fraport-led consortium came this week from official lips, with the low-cost airliner’s chief commercial officer, David O’Brien, complaining that the hikes impede growth in Greece’s air travel sector, especially during off-season months. Higher rates at the 14 …

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Seven Greek routes affected by the Ryanair cancellation plan

 Ryanair has said it will cancel an extra 18,000 flights in a move that will hit 400,000 customers as the fallout from the airline’s mismanagement of pilot leave intensifies. The airline said that as part of efforts to end a wave of cancellations that has already seen 2,000 flights grounded, …

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Ryanair to launch nine international routes from Greece

Ryanair is opening two Greece bases in Athens and Thessaloniki from where it will launch nine new routes. As part of a $280 million investment, the budget carrier will base two aircraft in Athens and one in Thessaloniki from April. Its Athens base will operate 154 weekly flights and serve …

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Ryanair – Athens Airport clash over decreases in fees and taxes

Low cost airline Ryanair promised to bring 10 million tourists to Greece within the next three years, should Athens airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” reduce taxes and fees. The intentions and promises were table on Tuesday by deputy CEO and director of Ryanair business operation manager Michael Cawley during a press conference. Ryanair asked …

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Kos Residents Launch Petition as Ryanair Halts Flights to Kos & Rhodes

Low-cost carrier Ryanair has scheduled to cancel to Kos and to Rhodes due to a dispute with the local authorities apparently over a promotion agreement. Ryanair’s flight cancellation is due before the end of the tourism season which ends in November for these two islands of the Dodecanese. Ryanair decided to halt 82 flights per week …

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