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Ryanair to Launch New Service from Thessaloniki to Nuremberg

As part of its summer 2018 schedule, Ryanair will launch a new service connecting Thessaloniki to Nuremberg, which will run twice a week starting in March.

Ryanair Heavy Maintenance Recruitment Day Athens, November 29

Ryanair is seeking suitable candidates to become part of its team and will hold a Recruitment Day on November 29 in Athens, Greece.
Posted On 09 Nov 2017

Ryanair Launches New Route from Thessaloniki to Naples

Ryanair recently launched a new service connecting Thessaloniki's Macedonia Airport with Naples, Italy, twice a week for the winter season.

Ryanair Recruiter Crewlink to Host Open Days in Greece for Cabin Crew

Ryanair's official recruitment and training partner, Crewlink, will hold open days in Greece for a number of cabin crew positions on board the airline.
Posted On 03 Nov 2017

Ryanair Delays New Cabin Bag Policy Until January 2018

Ryanair has confirmed that its new cabin bag policy will be delayed until January 15, 2018, to allow customers more time to adjust to the changes.
Posted On 24 Oct 2017

Peter Bellew Returns to Ryanair as Chief Operations Officer

Ryanair’s former director of flight operations Peter Bellew, as of December 1, 2017, will return to the company as chief operations officer.

Lufthansa – Air Berlin Deal Raises Concerns

Lufthansa was to officially confirm that it had inked a deal for parts of Air Berlin, raising in the meantime concerns by the International Airlines Group.
Posted On 13 Oct 2017

Ryanair to Launch 23 New Routes from Greece in Summer 2018

Ryanair has announced that it will launch 23 new routes from Greece to European destinations for the 2018 summer season.

Chania Tourism Pros Call for Crisis Management Plan in Time of Disruptions

Tourism professionals in Chania, Crete, are calling for a crisis management plan to take effect when incidents impacting tourism occur.

Ryanair Cancels More Flights, Greece also Affected

Destinations in Greece will be affected by Ryanair's decision to cancel more flights this winter, affecting the travel plans of some 400,000 passengers.

AIA Introduces Online ‘Ticket Offers’ Service

In efforts to improve travel experience, the Athens International Airport (AIA) launched a new “Ticket Offers” service via its official website.

Ryanair Launches Two New Routes from Thessaloniki to Barcelona and Porto

Ryanair has announced the launch of two new routes from Thessaloniki to Barcelona and Porto, connecting via Milan Bergamo Airport.
Posted On 16 Aug 2017

Ryanair Eyes Alitalia, Says it Made ‘Non-binding Offer’

Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair has made "a non-binding offer" for Italian airline Alitalia, the company said on Monday.
Posted On 24 Jul 2017

Three Airlines, Two Operators Handling Bulk of Tourists to Greece

Two tour operators and three airlines handle the bulk of travelers interested in Greece this summer, according to the Hellenic Slot Coordination Authority.

Ryanair Connects Athens to 17 Destinations via Milan and Rome

Ryanair is launching a new air service from Athens to Bergamo Airport, Milan, offering its passengers an expanded route choice to Italy and Spain.

Ryanair: Fare Discounts, Travel Offers for Erasmus Students

Ryanair has become the exclusive partner of the EU Erasmus Student Network, offering Erasmus students huge savings, with fare discounts, free bags and tailored travel offers.
Posted On 25 May 2017

Ryanair Celebrates Carrying 7 Million Passengers to and from Athens

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair on April 20 celebrated carrying 7 million passengers to and from Athens International Airport (AIA).
Posted On 20 Apr 2017

Ryanair Cabin Crew Recruitment Day in Athens

A Ryanair Cabin Crew Recruitment Day will take place in Athens on April 20. An unlimited number of Ryanair cabin crew positions will be available.

Ryanair Urges UK to Secure Flying Rights with EU Ahead of Brexit

Ryanair has called on the UK government to put aviation at the forefront of its negotiations with the EU and provide a coherent post-Brexit plan.

Brexit Set to Move Major Airlines out of UK and into Europe

Airlines headquartered in the UK will have to set up shop in the EU and sell off shares to European nationals if they wish to continue running major routes across Europe following Brexit, EU officials said.
Posted On 22 Mar 2017