Italy’s civil aviation regulator ENAC is threatening to ban Ryanair from the country’s airports over alleged non-compliance with rules introduced to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Ryanair said it suffered the “most challenging” quarter in its 35-year history as it reported a loss of 185 million euro (£168 million).
A dossier of more than 14,000 complaints from people struggling to obtain refunds for cancelled flights and holidays has been compiled by a consumer group.
Ryanair will cut up to 1,000 flights in August and September between the UK and the Republic of Ireland because of the latter’s quarantine policy, the airline has announced.
A union has announced an agreement with Ryanair which it says will result in no job losses among cabin crew at the airline.
A High Court challenge by three airlines against the 14-day quarantine rule for passengers arriving in the UK has been abandoned after the Government announced a lifting of restrictions for travellers from some countries.
The Government’s 14-day quarantine rule for passengers arriving in the UK is “disproportionate” and will have “no material impact whatsoever” on the spread of coronavirus, lawyers for three airlines have told the High Court.
North-east holidaymakers have been happy to swap grey skies for family reunions and breaks in the sun.
Airlines have ramped up their flight schedules in a bid to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Airline Norwegian has announced it will resume serving UK airports from July 1 due to increased demand.
British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair have launched legal action against the Government’s “flawed” 14-day quarantine policy.
Four out of five Ryanair passengers who requested a refund after their flight was cancelled during the coronavirus pandemic are still waiting for a pay-out, a survey has suggested.
Ryanair has confirmed its plan to ramp up flights to 40% of its normal schedule from July 1 after Spain announced it will welcome the return of tourists from the same date.
Airlines are exaggerating the impact of the coronavirus pandemic to make job cuts, a pilots union has warned.
Boris Johnson has been by urged by Sadiq Khan to impose a 14-day quarantine on international travellers arriving in the UK as soon as possible in response to fears of new arrivals seeding a second wave of Covid-19.
Plans to impose a 14-day quarantine on international travellers arriving in the UK are “idiotic” and “unimplementable”, the chief executive of airline Ryanair has said.
Ryanair has said it expects passenger numbers to almost halve in the current financial year as it warns that it faces a “difficult” year ahead following the impact of coronavirus.
Ryanair has cut more than 250 jobs across its offices in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Poland amid the collapse in demand for flights.
Ryanair, that most beloved of airlines, tell us it plans to reinstate some of its flights in July.
The European Commission and the boss of Ryanair have taken aim at the Government’s plans to quarantine visitors for at least two weeks upon their arrival in the UK.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has warned that people are unlikely to be able to go on foreign holidays this summer, despite Ryanair planning to restore 40% of its flights from July.
Ryanair has announced a plan to restore 40% of its flight schedule from July 1.
A north-east MP has responded to an airlines announcement on job losses.
A couple's celebratory holiday turned sour after their return flight was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Holidaymakers are facing uncertainty over their travel plans due to delays and cancellations amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Ryanair has announced it will cut its flight schedules due to travel bans imposed by several countries.
The move will enable fans of the Scottish Premiership team to purchase tickets through various online travel brands, including Ryanair.
Ryanair has carried out a review of its services and has now confirmed the service will no longer be available from the end of this month.
For many, travelling with hand luggage is the cheapest and easiest option, but the guidelines can be confusing because most airlines have different cabin bag policies.
Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have been delayed on their return home to the UK.