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Old 16th Aug 2017, 21:17   #4041 (permalink)
 
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A passport is required to fly from UK to ROI on FR. It's the only ID document option on the drop-down menu when you check-in online.
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Old 16th Aug 2017, 22:56   #4042 (permalink)
 
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Ryanair UK Domestic routes, limited though they are, are likely to be a casualty of Brexit. as Ryanair may not wish to use a UK AOC.
Wouldn't be the first time Ryanair was the holder of a UK AOC. After they took over Buzz they had one for a while to cover the different type of aircraft that came with the deal. It mostly consisted of a bored but official man in an office and everything else was run from Ryanair proper. With their since vastly expanded uk based stuff, including heavy maintenance facilities, they could easily regain one, or buy another.
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Old 16th Aug 2017, 23:27   #4043 (permalink)
 
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That well known subsidiary springs to mind - Ryanair (UK) Ltd. I'm sorry, I did promise not to go on but if Ryanair wish to operate from UK bases after Brexit - they bloody well will. I know several ways to do it and I'm relatively thick (no, in the context of this subject I'm plain thick). They can employ the smartest legal brains around to make it happen. The biggest issue is cost. Far better that FR and others hammer away to ensure that whatever changes take place they are as as seamless and as near the status quo as possible. And who could blame the boss for speaking as he does? Not me, just believe it's best not to take him literally at all times.
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Old 25th Aug 2017, 15:38   #4044 (permalink)
 
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First new route for Summer'18 has been announced today

Budapest-Santander from April 2018

In Spanish...

http://amp.europapress.es/cantabria/noticia-ryanair-conectara-abril-santander-budapest-20170825152500.html
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Old 25th Aug 2017, 15:41   #4045 (permalink)
 
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Later than usual. Suppose we'll start seeing the releases soon.
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Old 25th Aug 2017, 16:05   #4046 (permalink)
 
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They say that flights are bookable six months in advance, so they have until the 25th September!
I would have thought that with the uncertainty over Alitalia, Air Berlin and the UK economy, the LCCs will be leaving it as late as possible to fix their schedules for S18.
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Old 25th Aug 2017, 16:32   #4047 (permalink)
 
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Will Ryanair keep to his word about moving aircraft from UK bases?
He could transfer a load of aircraft overseas in march a year earlier to show the inpacked on the UK...

I think he is all talk but let's see what happens
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Old 25th Aug 2017, 19:20   #4048 (permalink)
 
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Plenty of airports to base the excess. I can't see a whole pull out, but certainly a selected retrench. UK airports are going to gave to offer him (O'Leary) a sweetener to stay thanks to the out brigade.
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Old 25th Aug 2017, 21:26   #4049 (permalink)
 
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Will Ryanair keep to his word about moving aircraft from UK bases?
He could transfer a load of aircraft overseas in march a year earlier to show the inpacked on the UK...

I think he is all talk but let's see what happens

Bearing in mind Euro - GBP rate could be 1 Euro - 95 pence then UK tourists heading abroad may be hot very hard.
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Old 29th Aug 2017, 18:36   #4050 (permalink)
 
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Munich (MUC) will join the Ryanair network with double daily flights to DUB (maybe more destinations to follow?) starting 29th October
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Old 5th Sep 2017, 09:31   #4051 (permalink)
 
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August up 10%, LF 97%. It seems to me that they have been restricting capacity growth, so as to increase average fare. Am I right?
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Old 5th Sep 2017, 21:11   #4052 (permalink)
 
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Aren't they getting the many new planes into service as soon as they can get them?
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Old 6th Sep 2017, 08:57   #4053 (permalink)
 
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Second carry on bag scrapped from November for non priority passengers. Any bags with wheels for non priority will be placed in hold.

Check in fees have been cut and allowance increased.
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Old 6th Sep 2017, 13:35   #4054 (permalink)
 
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Is there a press release anywhere for this ? (from Ryanair)

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Second carry on bag scrapped from November for non priority passengers. Any bags with wheels for non priority will be placed in hold.

Check in fees have been cut and allowance increased.
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Old 6th Sep 2017, 13:46   #4056 (permalink)
 
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As explained by RYR

https://twitter.com/Ryanair/status/905407748992466945
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Old 6th Sep 2017, 13:56   #4057 (permalink)
 
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What happens to non priority pax who have only a single carry on bag that happens to have wheels ?
Is it allowed or will there be effectively a zero cabin bag policy for these pax ?
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Old 6th Sep 2017, 14:46   #4058 (permalink)
 
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dj beat me to it - are non priority passengers with one bag only that fits their dimensional (55x40x20) test box have it taken off them ?


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What happens to non priority pax who have only a single carry on bag that happens to have wheels ?
Is it allowed or will there be effectively a zero cabin bag policy for these pax ?
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Old 6th Sep 2017, 16:38   #4059 (permalink)
 
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They can't just find a happy medium, can they?
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Old 6th Sep 2017, 17:07   #4060 (permalink)
 
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their dimensional (55x40x20) test box
Caveat emptor! Many airports still have the old box size metal gauge!!
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