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  • OPINION: Can we all learn to love Ryanair?


    ​Is Michael O’Leary a sinner come to repentance? For years, Ryanair seemed to delight in being vile to ­customers. Cheap fares, an extensive network, modern (if frill-free) aircraft and punctual service kept punters rolling in. But few would have professed any kind of warm feelings to Europe’s biggest short-haul airline.


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  • Rise in pay-to-fly pilot numbers raises ECA concerns


    ​Despite years of protest from the pilot community, pay-to-fly schemes are becoming more common, according to the...


  • Norwegian moves to keep two crew in cockpit at all times


    European low-cost carrier Norwegian is to change its procedures so that two crew members are always present in the...


  • PICTURES: Transavia unveils new livery


    Air France-KLM's low-cost unit Transavia has rebranded amid expansion of its Boeing 737 fleet to take over more of the...


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  • OPINION: Can we all learn to love Ryanair?

    News | 01 May 2015 10:36 | Flight International

    ​Is Michael O’Leary a sinner come to repentance? For years, Ryanair seemed to delight in being vile to ­customers. Cheap fares, an extensive network, modern (if frill-free) aircraft and punctual service kept punters rolling in. But few would have professed any kind of warm feelings to Europe’s biggest short-haul airline.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/OPINION-Can-we-all-learn-to-love-Ryanair-411824/
  • Rise in pay-to-fly pilot numbers raises ECA concerns

    News | 30 Apr 2015 14:06

    ​Despite years of protest from the pilot community, pay-to-fly schemes are becoming more common, according to the European Pilot Association. This is a practice where inexperienced but licenced pilots – who want to gain experience to become more employable - pay to act as crew on commercial or business aviation flights.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Rise-in-pay-to-fly-pilot-numbers-raises-ECA-concerns-411787/
  • INTERVIEW: Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary

    News | 30 Apr 2015 10:33 | David Learmount

    Ryanair expects to carry 100 million passengers in its current financial year, and the 30-year-old Irish budget carrier seems infused with a new-found respect for its passengers. Or, as chief executive Michael O'Leary puts it: "We've moved from being cheap and nasty to cheap and cheerful."http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/INTERVIEW-Ryanair-chief-executive-Michael-OLeary-411716/
  • ​EasyJet coy over A321 interest

    News | 22 Apr 2015 11:34 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    EasyJet is examining the potential of the Airbus A321 but resists being drawn over a possible switch.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/EasyJet-coy-over-A321-interest-411478/
  • ROUTES: Consolidation's merits debated at strategy summit

    News | 13 Apr 2015 14:03 | Oliver Clark

    Europe's airline industry should follow the example of the USA and consolidate into "five or six large airline groups" in order to gain the "scale effects that are needed" to compete, argues Thomas Cook's long-haul network group director Jens Boyd.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ROUTES-Consolidations-merits-debated-at-strategy-summit-411134/
  • ROUTES: Transavia concentrates growth on Paris

    News | 12 Apr 2015 19:47 | Michael Gubisch

    Transavia's French growth plan is focused on building up operations at its Paris Orly base, while other cities in France are not part of that strategy.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ROUTES-Transavia-concentrates-growth-on-Paris-411096/