In a stark holiday warning Ryanair has cut its summer flights.
Europe's largest budget airline blames possible further delays in deliveries of Boeing 737 MAX planes.
Ryanair will review underperforming routes with airports to plan cuts for underperforming routes after the 737 MAX remains grounded.
For the first time, a non-coal company joined Europe's top 10 list of biggest polluters.
On Thursday, Italy's competition authority issued a penalty of €3 million to Ryanair and €1 million to Wizzair.
Low cost carrier strikes last-minute deal with unions over better working conditions
Ireland's low-cost airline has been ranked as the worst for the sixth year in a row.
Ryanair has paid up after French authorities grounded one of its planes in a bid to recover €525,000 of public money given to the airline.
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Ryanair has confirmed that it has sacked all six cabin crew who "staged" a photo of themselves sleeping on an airport floor last month, after the post went viral and attracted criticism of the budget carrier.
Euronews takes a look at what systems are in place to quell bad behaviour on European flights.
Essex police, said in a tweet, they’ve passed the details onto Spanish authorities.
An image of Ryanair staff sleeping on the floor of an airport was staged, it has been revealed.
Cabin crews in Germany, Belgium, Portugal, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy, as well as pilots in Germany, staged a 24-hour walkout on Friday
More than 200 Ryanair flights are cancelled as staff in six European countries go on strike Friday.
It comes as the European Union orders the low cost budget airline to respect European law and meet European rules on local contracts
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Ryanair threatened that it might slash operations and jobs at some of its German bases if pilots continue to strike, a day before a planned staff walkout in the country.
Strike-hit Ryanair has reportedly reached an agreement with the Italian union ANPAC and the company hopes to reach similar deals with flight crew in other countries
Ryanair is to make passengers pay for the small wheelie suitcase they were previously allowed to take in the cabin for free. The airline says it's to reduce delays.
It's a breakthrough that sent its shares sharply higher, over 5 percent, as the budget airline strives to quell staff protests around Europe
Ryanair pilots across Europe staged their first simultaneous strike as they ramped up a battle for better pay and conditions, plunging tens of thousands of passengers into travel chaos during the busy summer.
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Low-cost airline Ryanair has been forced to cancel hundreds of flights due to 24 walk-out by pilots in five countries
Ryanair pilots in Germany are striking for 24 hours today and forcing the cancellation of 250 flights, reaching a Europewide total of 400 cancellations.
This adds to industrial action already planned for today in Ireland, Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands.
The strike is over pay and conditions.
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German pilots will strike after 96% voted in favour of striking. They've been pushing for collective labour agreements since last January. Ryanair says its invited the union to another meeting next week