A man dressed as Tinkerbell was removed from a Ryanair flight by police after becoming “disruptive” shortly before take-off.
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Airline has cancelled one in six of Friday’s flights, and is taking the Dutch union to court to try to prevent extended industrial action
‘We are pressing the airline to provide refunds as quickly as possible to allow passengers to rebook with other carriers,’ said an airport spokesperson
Ryanair has so far grounded more than 20 flights to and from UK airports, with many of the 4,000 passengers affected finding out only at check-in.
Iraqi Airways has suspended two of its pilots for physically fighting each other during an international flight with 157 passengers on board.
The Douglas DC-3 is a piece of aviation history, and this weekend, one will take to the skies over Bray in vintage Aer Lingus livery.
The newspaper – which will be seen by an average 1.6m readers today – features Varadkar’s image under ‘Fury at EU Toady’.
‘We are doing all we can to keep disruption to our services to a minimum,’ said BA spokesperson
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Cardiff Airport was bought by the Welsh Government for £52m in 2013. Its most recent figures showed an annual loss of £6m.
We’ve got a battle royale between Ryanair, its pilots and cabin crew.
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Shares in UK transport energy group Stobart soared as much as 10pc yesterday as it sealed a deal with Ryanair that will see the low-cost carrier establish a base at the company’s London Southend Airport.
Air India has long been the transatlantic traveller’s friend. The Indian national airline has “fifth freedom” rights between London and New York, which allows it to compete against British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and the US airlines even on a route nowhere near its homeland.
Low fares airline Ryanair cancelled over 1,100 flights in May as air traffic control strikes and staff shortages among air traffic controllers took its toll.
The controllers are stopping work as part of a national strike by public sector workers in France.
Ryanair shrinks its check-in window to just 48 hours prior to departure – and there’s a hefty £55 fee for those failing to do so
Ryanair’s online check-in window will be open from just 48 hours to two hours before departure from 13 June.
Travellers going through Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport today are being warned to expect serious delays after a total power outage overnight forced officials to close the airport.