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CCFAIRPORT 12th Mar 2022 10:59

New italian routes

Alghero- Budapest
Brindisi- Zagreb
Pescara- Manchester
Pescara- Memmingen
Fiumicino-Barcellona (Girona)
Roma Fiumicino-Toulouse
Pisa – Memmingen
Palermo – Karlsruhe Baden Baden
Venezia – Copenaghen

https://corporate.ryanair.com/novita...ate/?market=it

CCFAIRPORT 12th Mar 2022 11:01

new german routes
  • Köln – Stockholm Arlanda
  • Berlin – Krakow
  • Memmingen – Pisa
  • Nürnberg – Lamezia
  • Memmingen – Abruzzen
  • Baden-Baden – Palermo
  • Köln – Biarritz
  • Nürnberg – Ponta Delgada
https://corporate.ryanair.com/nachri...-an/?market=de

Dorking 14th Mar 2022 11:02

I note Ryanair`s booking system for after October is still down and has been for getting on for a week..Most unlike them to miss out on advance bookings throughout their network. I wonder what`s going on....or more to the point when is it going to return?

davidjohnson6 21st Mar 2022 17:25

Oradea airport in Romania will be closed for the first 2 weeks of May. Is Ryanair planning on diverting to Cluj (or possibly even Timisoara), or is there some other plan ?
https://boardingpass.ro/traficul-aer...2-15-mai-2022/

MANFAN 25th Mar 2022 09:38

Ryanair app and website were down for most of the day yesterday due to maintenance, but longer than expected. Eventually when I managed to get onto the app and book a flight (although at a very slow pace), I never received booking confirmation via e mail…maybe related to the maintenance on the system previously…? Anyone experienced the same?
I never receive a response from them via twitter so I don’t usually bother contacting them anymore.

CCFAIRPORT 25th Mar 2022 11:51

ryanair removed almost all flights to Ukraine
Only 4 routes remain
Kyiv to
Barcelona
Bergamo
rome FCO
Vienna

Dorking 25th Mar 2022 11:51


Originally Posted by MANFAN (Post 11205543)
Ryanair app and website were down for most of the day yesterday due to maintenance, but longer than expected. Eventually when I managed to get onto the app and book a flight (although at a very slow pace), I never received booking confirmation via e mail…maybe related to the maintenance on the system previously…? Anyone experienced the same?
I never receive a response from them via twitter so I don’t usually bother contacting them anymore.


No neither did I a while back, which puzzled me...They had sent it to my Ryanair account and that was it..Their IT system has been up and down for quite a while now, I suspect some serious problems

SealinkBF 1st Jun 2022 10:36

Is there a reason Ryanair doesn't seem to be suffering the same level of cancellations as Vueling, BA, easyJet and TUI?

vectisman 1st Jun 2022 10:44


Originally Posted by SealinkBF (Post 11238868)
Is there a reason Ryanair doesn't seem to be suffering the same level of cancellations as Vueling, BA, easyJet and TUI?

Partly because Ryanair is an Irish airline and therefore not affected by the Brexit shambles!
It can also recruit staff from across all EU countries.

FRatSTN 1st Jun 2022 10:55

And more so because Ryanair maintained more of it's flying schedule throughout Covid and kept more of their aircraft and crew active on training/circuit flights. In the height of the pandemic there were as many as 20 or 30 of these a day at Stansted.

BA318 1st Jun 2022 11:00


Originally Posted by vectisman (Post 11238875)
Partly because Ryanair is an Irish airline and therefore not affected by the Brexit shambles!
It can also recruit staff from across all EU countries.

Easyjet also has an EU arm and it’s still suffering, as is TUI. The airport mess is also ongoing in Dublin, Amsterdam and Stockholm where they can all recruit as many EU nationals as they want.

Ryanair didn’t reduce their services as much during the pandemic so I assume they still had more staff and they planned ahead. From the start they said they would be operating most flights and have had record months this year (beating equivalent pre-pandemic months) so they can clearly handle their increased demand.

vectisman 1st Jun 2022 11:08

Yes but I am talking about the operations in the UK. Brexit has had an impact. Those in denial can continue to believe otherwise.

SWBKCB 1st Jun 2022 11:27

Interesting question - I was thinking the same myself. All the responses are about crew availability, but the individual airport/airline threads reference lack of handling agent staff.

BA318 1st Jun 2022 11:29


Originally Posted by vectisman (Post 11238897)
Yes but I am talking about the operations in the UK. Brexit has had an impact. Those in denial can continue to believe otherwise.

Its not a denial but there is nothing to stop Easyjet operating in the same manner as Ryanair with most of its UK ops.

And my point was to highlight that being able to recruit EU nationals is not the be all and end all of it as you can see plenty of operations in the EU are suffering the same meltdowns.

BA318 1st Jun 2022 11:30


Originally Posted by SWBKCB (Post 11238904)
Interesting question - I was thinking the same myself. All the responses are about crew availability, but the individual airport/airline threads reference lack of handling agent staff.

Doesn’t Ryanair have their own handling agents? Blue Handling or something like that at least at STN which probably helps with the flexibility to keep the hub going and tidy up delays when they come in. I think they are also quick to change planes when there are issues.

SWBKCB 1st Jun 2022 11:43


Originally Posted by BA318 (Post 11238908)
Doesn’t Ryanair have their own handling agents? Blue Handling or something like that at least at STN which probably helps with the flexibility to keep the hub going and tidy up delays when they come in.

So how have they avoided the staffing issues of other handling agents - paying more(!), didn't lay as many off, recruited earlier?

BA318 1st Jun 2022 12:02


Originally Posted by SWBKCB (Post 11238916)
So how have they avoided the staffing issues of other handling agents - paying more(!), didn't lay as many off, recruited earlier?

As they kept flights going during the pandemic I assume they didn’t lay off as many people and probably quicker to rehire.

davidjohnson6 5th Jun 2022 16:50

If anyone from FR is reading this.... please remember that Afrikaans was the language of white apartheid in South Africa and making South Africans answer in this language is not going to end well...
https://metro.co.uk/2022/06/05/ryana...ests-16769245/

DC3 Dave 5th Jun 2022 17:04


Originally Posted by davidjohnson6 (Post 11241280)
If anyone from FR is reading this.... please remember that Afrikaans was the language of white apartheid in South Africa and making South Africans answer in this language is not going to end well...
https://metro.co.uk/2022/06/05/ryana...ests-16769245/

dit is bonkers...

Albert Hall 5th Jun 2022 17:41

Good grief. You can't do things like that - that's appalling.


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