Ryanair quest…help!

ryanair 737-800 (Arpingstone).jpgSo, we finally managed to get a cover profile with Michael O’Leary to run in the January edition of Airline Business, which is no mean feat when he labels our audience as “aerosexuals”. Charming. Basically we had to get creative. We’re going to press next week, so the full, colourful story will be out in print and on the web shortly.

My challenge right now is to track down a copy of Ryanair’s route network from 1998 to run with the feature.

Can anyone out there help? Even a list of destinations would do the trick. Apparently Ryanair is so fast-moving that it would be “near impossible” for their press office to help with this request and even more difficult for a journalist to track down the info. Do you fancy proving Ryanair wrong?

Many thanks in advance,

Victoria

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4 Responses to Ryanair quest…help!

  1. Martin 10 December, 2009 at 11:37 am #

    I have a copy of the route map we where showing on the web in 1998.
    If you email me I’ll send it to you.

  2. Victoria Moores 10 December, 2009 at 11:43 am #

    Many thanks for your help, Martin. Much appreciated. I have sent you a direct e-mail, but for reference my address is victoria.moores@flightglobal.com

    Best wishes, Victoria

  3. Victoria Moores 10 December, 2009 at 12:36 pm #

    Thanks for the tip Patrick. That’s a really handy tool which I’ll add to my favourites. It’ll be particularly good for tracking down the original website of airlines when they close down – often they put up a notice and remove all their content.

    I know what you mean about the firewall – our machines are pretty choosey too!

    Have a great Christmas, Victoria

  4. frequent flyer 10 December, 2009 at 6:37 pm #

    It’s amazing what Google can do for you:
    http://www.timetableimages.com/i-df/fr97su.jpg

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