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The budget airline complained the airport had "chosen to increase prices even further, making Frankfurt uncompetitive with European airports”.
Polish investigation refutes Belarusian claims about diverted flight
The plane was diverted to Minsk, where Belarusian opposition figure and journalist Roman Protasevich was arrested.
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Ryanair CEO: European countries must stop 'stupid' travel restrictions
Michael O’Leary thinks the latest round of restrictions imposed due to the spread of the Delta variant are "nonsensical" because the EU's COVID certificate is enough to normalise travel.
Ryanair sees red over UK's traffic light system for travel
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Ryanair CEO says pilot given no 'alternatives' but to land in Belarus
The pilot of the Ryanair flight that was diverted to Belarus wasn't given "any great alternatives" but to land in Minsk, CEO Michael O'Leary said.
UN Security Council to hold 'closed door' meeting on Belarus plane
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EU's top court rules against Ryanair over airlines' COVID bailouts
The Irish airline argued support member states provided to their flag carriers to weather the pandemic was in breach of EU state aid rules.
Ryanair slashes 20% of flights amid second coronavirus wave in Europe
France, Sweden, Spain and Ireland will all be affected.
Italy threatens Ryanair with flight ban over COVID-19 safety rules
Italy's civil aviation authority accused the Irish carrier of "systematically" not complying with rules imposed to curb COVID-19 transmissions at airports.
Ryanair shares fall after €185m loss and 99% drop in traffic
The European budget airline says the last quarter was the 'most challenging' in its history as travel restrictions and lockdowns brought bookings to a halt.
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A consumer group says that airlines are selling tickets to flights that are cancelled just days later in an effort to make cash.
BA, EasyJet and Ryanair take legal action over UK quarantine rules
BA, EasyJet and Ryanair said the UK's 14-day quarantine was "flawed" and will have a "devastating effect on British tourism and the wider economy".
Ryanair's O'Leary slams 'state aid junkies Lufthansa and Air France'
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Ryanair to cut up to 3,000 jobs and close bases in Europe
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Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary criticised over Muslim men comments
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) slammed O'Leary for comments about Muslim men and security.
Ryanair cabin baggage policy 'abusive' and invalid — Spanish court
A court in Spain has found Ryanair's cabin baggage policy to be "abusive" and has deemed it invalid after a customer case.
Five-day strike by Ryanair's Spanish pilots set to go ahead
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