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Old 31st Mar 2023, 17:15
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Originally Posted by Cazza_fly
As far as i am aware, you can not do this on Ryanair Its been a long standing thing and i don't believe its changed. So you pay the currency of the country the booked flight is departing from (if one way fare).

E.g;
One way STN-DUB will be £ Sterling.
One way DUB-STN will be Ä Euro.
Return booking STN-DUB-STN will be £ Sterling.

I believe any change fees are usually the same, e.g the original currency for the flight booking too. I dont believe you'll be charged extra however for using a French card though. Their fees will be as stated. It will then just depend on your card for any transaction fees for paying in Sterling.
Thanks for the info.
I opted to change a flight and there was no fare difference, so only the £45 flight change fee, this was shown in sterling despite the origin of the flight being Dublin. I had 15 euro's on a voucher left so I added this to the fee which reduced it to £31,82. I made the payment with my French card (my bank HSBC do not charge me a fee for a transaction in sterling) but after checking my amount today, I have been debited 62,95 euro's...so something has gone wrong!
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The news has been published on April Fool's Day, nevertheless some true facts in this article do not undermine its authenticity. Is Ryanair moving from Tuzla to Sarajevo?

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Old 4th Apr 2023, 21:48
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I see the training hack Boeing 737-700 EI-SEV, has been registered in Poland. Will it still be used for training?
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Old 5th Apr 2023, 23:02
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I note that the latest two MAXs from Boeing have landed in Shannon on delivery. Are these the first new builds not to arrive in Dublin?
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Old 13th Apr 2023, 18:52
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Any word on when Ryanair will release their Winter 2023/24 flights?
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Old 8th May 2023, 20:10
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https://www.reuters.com/business/aer...es-2023-05-08/
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Old 8th May 2023, 21:03
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Originally Posted by BFS BHD
Any word on when Ryanair will release their Winter 2023/24 flights?
Some flights are already on sale

In fact, I've got a reservation in February. My flight has been cancelled and they've rebooked me on to a later flight. They haven't notified me

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Old 8th May 2023, 21:25
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Originally Posted by lfc84
Some flights are already on sale

In fact, I've got a reservation in February. My flight has been cancelled and they've rebooked me on to a later flight. They haven't notified me

Yes since my last post more flights have been loaded into system and are being placed on sale.
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Old 8th May 2023, 21:38
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Originally Posted by BFS BHD
Yes since my last post more flights have been loaded into system and are being placed on sale.
I booked my Feb 24 flight at the end of December
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Old 9th May 2023, 12:38
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Order for 150 MAX10s (+150 options)

https://www.cnbc.com/2023/05/09/ryan...37-10-max.html
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Old 9th May 2023, 14:28
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Originally Posted by tartan 201
Order for 150 MAX10s (+150 options)

https://www.cnbc.com/2023/05/09/ryan...37-10-max.html
They no doubt have got a decent, maybe even a BOGOF deal again - and if the 737M-10 does not get 'grandfather 737 rights' certification then Ryanair will get a shed load of compensation payments.

O’Leary said (quoted in the above press reveal) he has “no fear” that the high-density aircraft configuration will win regulators’ approval.
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Old 9th May 2023, 14:35
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And the more orders it gets, the harder it will be to turn down...
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Old 9th May 2023, 14:59
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wonder what overall expansion its for as they quite often replace relatively young existing 737ís albeit with slightly larger capacity. I would also be interested in their overall route expansion as they seem to cull as many routes as they start. Where can a shed load of 737-10ís go?
Their quick boarding will be put to test with >220 seats unless they use that tiny wee auxiliary emergency exit aft of wing too! (im joking)
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Old 9th May 2023, 16:12
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Congrats FR! Looking forward to seeing the MAX-10 in their colours I hope they'll be *slightly* more comfortable than W6's cramped A321s.

What I'd be interested in is what the implications of this order are on the Lauda Europe operation. FR extended the A320 leases in the summer of last year I believe, and nowhere in the press release notes does it indicate that this new order will be used to partially replace Lauda's A320s, with 50% of these instead being targeted towards replacements for the oldest 737NGs. I wonder if FR will decide on ordering additional second-hand A320s for expansion purposes, as many more will be coming online as other airlines transition to the A320-NEO family? I personally hope that the A320 will remain in the FR group, as it does feel more spacious compared to the 737, and lacks the hideous bright yellow interior that FR uses.
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Old 9th May 2023, 18:40
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Lets hope they don't get stung like TUI who ordered Max 10s in 2017 are are still waiting (and suffering for it). If FAA/EASA say new type mods then that will be a lot of additional costs.
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Old 10th May 2023, 06:33
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Lets hope they don't get stung like TUI who ordered Max 10s in 2017 are are still waiting (and suffering for it). If FAA/EASA say new type mods then that will be a lot of additional costs.
One would assume they would get extra 8200ís as compensation if that were to happen.
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Old 10th May 2023, 06:50
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I would imagine these new -10s will be part of a rigorous programme to replace the oldest 738s and also to aid expansion. I think the A320s have enabled Ryanair to step in to the breach to pick up type rates crew from other airlines like at Stansted where Lauda since the pandemic have a pool of ex easyJet STN crew including A320 type rates pilots. I flew Lauda and thought it was great, so much so I'd probably choose a Lauda operated flight where there is a choice, e.g. DUB/STN or NOC/STN.
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Old 10th May 2023, 14:35
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Originally Posted by EI-BUD
I would imagine these new -10s will be part of a rigorous programme to replace the oldest 738s and also to aid expansion.
No imagination required:

Ryanair expects 50% of these deliveries will replace older B737NGs, which will allow Ryanair to continue to operate one of Europeís youngest, most fuel efficient, and environmentally sustainable aircraft fleets.
https://corporate.ryanair.com/news/r...ft-worth-40bn/
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Old 10th May 2023, 16:34
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Do you know if RYANAIR is going to close CTA Base ? no flight after 28th October ....
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They've had a disagreement with the airport and, Ryanair claim, unless the airport back tracks all flights from Catania will cease in October.
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