Ryanair holds 100,000 seat sale to celebrate carrying over 100m international customers

Ryanair holds 100,000 seat sale to celebrate carrying over 100m international customers

Ryanair has carried more international customers than any other airline this year, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Figures released by the IATA show that Ryanair carried 101.4 million international passengers last year, almost 40m more than second placed easyJet who carried 62.6 million.

To celebrate being named the 'world's favourite airline' Ryanair are releasing 100,000 seats for sale across its European network at prices starting from €19,99 for travel in October and November.

These bargain seats are available for purchase on the Ryanair.com website until midnight Monday 29 August.

Ryaniar's Robin Kiely said: IATA has once again confirmed that Ryanair remains the world’s favourite airline as we became the first airline in the world to carry more than 100m international customers in one year, thanks to our “Always Getting Better” programme and by offering the lowest fares in Europe.

“Customers can look forward tomore new routes, new digital features, new cabin interiors and even more low fares, as we carry more than 117m customers this year." 


More in this Section

HSE spent up to €22m on taxis in eight month periodHSE spent up to €22m on taxis in eight month period

Mining experts to assess the risk of West Cork sinkholeMining experts to assess the risk of West Cork sinkhole

Residents in Leitrim continue round-the-clock protest against centre for asylum seekersResidents in Leitrim continue round-the-clock protest against centre for asylum seekers

Developer offers to lease almost 500 apartments for social homes in CoolockDeveloper offers to lease almost 500 apartments for social homes in Coolock


Lifestyle

We catch up with Bushmills’ master distiller, who tells Sam Wylie-Harris more about this liquid gold.Irish whiskey masterclass: 11 things you need to know

Temples, beaches, and several nations with new names.From Bhutan to Costa Rica, Lonely Planet reveals its top countries to visit in 2020

Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine offers guidance to a woman who’s unsure how to manage her mother’s dying wishes.Ask a counsellor: ‘Is it appropriate to notify my mother’s friends of her death by email?’

‘The Big Yin’ talks to Luke Rix-Standing about living with Parkinson’s, the power of forgiveness, and why he will never, ever stop swearing.Billy Connolly: ‘You don’t wake up famous, you wake up scratching yourself like everybody else’

More From The Irish Examiner