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Alaska Airlines and Ryanair reiterate support for 737 MAX

Two airlines have expressed their support, in their own different ways, for the Boeing 737 MAX. While Alaska Airlines firmed up an order, Ryanair is seemingly negotiating with Boeing to do so...


Which airlines will fly Boeing 737 MAX?

As the Boeing 737 MAX returns to the skies, which airlines will actually fly the aircraft?...


Can you guess Top 10 largest airlines right now? | Quiz

Some airlines have fared better than others during the current travel downturn. But how well do you know which airline is the largest in the world right now? Take the quiz:...


Ryanair to suspend flights from all Irish airports, except DUB

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair plans to suspend all operations from four out of five Irish airports due to COVID-19 air travel restrictions implemented in Ireland. The air carrier would operate only from Dublin Airport (DUB) for a period of one month starting from November 14, 2020....


Can you name the airline subsidiary? [Quiz]

Over the years, airlines have established subsidiaries to expand their market reach. Some decisions were eyebrow-raising, to say the least, while others made somewhat sense. But how well do you know airline subsidiaries?...


Ryanair cuts three bases for winter, warns to cut more

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair released its revised winter schedule. The airline plans to close three bases for the winter season due to increased flight restrictions imposed by the governments of European Union countries....


Ryanair expects Boeing 737 MAX to return to U.S. next month

Irish budget carrier Ryanair expects that the grounded Boeing 737 MAX will return to the service in the United States (U.S.) in November 2020. The airline hopes to start receiving its Boeing 737 MAX order, consisting of 135 aircraft, at the beginning of 2021....


Ryanair to order between 150 and 200 737 MAX aircraft?

In an unprecedented move in 2020, considering the current pandemic-induced crisis and the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX, Ryanair is reportedly eager to order up to 200 of the aircraft by the end of the year....


Ryanair staff threatened by unpaid leave without government aid

Ryanair’s pilots and cabin crew are at risk of unpaid leave for the winter period without extended government aid, the airline’s CEO Michael O’Leary said on September 24, 2020....


Ryanair puts $200 million in Beauvais base, criticizes Air France

Irish budget airline Ryanair is opening a new base in Paris-Beauvais Airport (BVA) in France. While announcing the launch of a $200 million-worth project, the airline did not miss an opportunity to point the finger at weakening French competitors....