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Ryanair Cuts Capacity Further, Citing Travel Restrictions

Ryanair flew about 12 million passengers in the first five months of the current financial year and has yet to release data for September.

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Ryanair's August Traffic Up 59% Month On Month To 7 Million

Traffic was down 53% year on year after Europe's biggest budget carrier operated around 60% of its normal August schedule.

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Ryanair traffic fell 70% to 4.4 million in July

Europe's biggest budget airline returned to a more regular schedule following the COVID-19 lockdown on July 1 when it said it expected to fly more than 4.5 million passengers during the first month back in the sky.

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Potential Ryanair Job Cuts Remain At 3,000

Europe's biggest budget airline has cut more than 250 staff from its offices around Europe and the additional potential cuts would be split between pilots and cabin crew

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Britain's EasyJet To Axe Up To 30% Of Staff

Ryanair said it would lay off 15% of its staff, while smaller budget carrier Wizz is reducing its workforce by 19%.

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Ryanair To Resume 40% Of July Flights With New Rules For Passengers

Europe's largest low-cost carrier, is to begin to fly 1,000 flights per day on July 1, up from a skeleton service of 30 flights per day it is currently operating

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Grounded: Ryanair Cancels Flights Of Another 400,000 Customers

Ryanair cancelled the flights of another 400,000 customers and scrapped a bid for Alitalia on Wednesday, in a plan to keep its pilots on side and draw a line under its rostering fiasco.

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Ryanair Scrambles To Please Pilots, Customers And Investors

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary on Thursday scrambled to placate pilots and reassure investors as the airline's annual general meeting was dominated by the cancellation of 2,000 flights in a "cock-up" that exposed major staffing issues.

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