Ryanair was founded in 1984 and it is an Irish airline. Moreover, this airline is an ultra low-cost airline. In addition to this, the airline is a large part of Ryanair Holdings family of airlines. Moreover, in 2016 the airline carried more international passengers and few more scheduled flights than any other airline of European budget. Lastly, the airline is aiming towards reaching lower fares. At the moment Ryanair has around 300 Boeing 737 aircraft, and to meet its aim the airline has orders for 380 new Boeing 737 aircrafts.
Ryanair Hub and Destinations
Ryanair has its hub airport as Dublin Airport. Moreover, the airline operates flights to around 300 destinations in 31 countries. In addition to this, the airline flies over 1800 flights daily from 80 bases. The airline offers passenger flights around European countries, Middle East and Africa. Furthermore, some of the destinations that the airline flies to include Rabat, Figari, Agadir, Athens, Copenhagen, Brno, Kerry, Fes, Berlin, Hamburg, Linz, Dole, Tangier, Dublin, Aarhus, Biarritz, Hahn, Billund, Cork, Bergerac, Marrakech, Dortmund, Sofia, Brest and many more.
Ryanair Travel Class
This airline only offers two cabin classes on-board, they are Economy class and Business class.
Economy Class is the most basic cabin class available on Ryanair . However, it comes with satisfying and comfortable service for the budget traveler. Moreover, passengers can add extra service like baggage, etc. Lastly, the seats in this cabin class will surely help the passengers feel fresh and energetic.
This is perfect for passengers who are looking for high-end service. This travel class comes with a lot of benefits and extras. Firstly, passengers get priority service at the airport. Moreover, they can also enjoy extra baggage. Next, passengers also get to experience priority boarding and get to disembark first. Lastly, seats on the aircraft provide maximum comfort to the passengers. In addition to this, it also comes with extra legroom and the middle seat is left empty for privacy of the passenger.
Ryanair does not have a seat back entertainment system on flights. However, the airline provides passengers with in-flight magazine for entertainment.
Ryanair strives to provide savoury and delicious snacks on-board. Moreover, the food on board can be purchased and the menu of the same is in the in-flight magazine. Some of the dishes on the in-flight menu include Chicken tikka masala curry, lasagna, etc. In addition to this, light snacks like Paninis, Croque Monsieur, Sandwiches, Burritos, crisps, chocolate, croissants, etc. are also available. Furthermore, passengers can pre-order food at least 48 hours before the flight. However, this service is available on selected flights. The meal options available are standard adult meal, vegetarian meal, fresh breakfast, kids meal, cheese board and afternoon tea. Lastly, the airline also provides a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks like soda, wine, beer, etc.
Special meals to passengers that cater to special dietary requirements.
Frequent Flyer Program
Ryanair Choice is the frequent flyer program that Ryanair planned to launch, which is to award loyal passengers. Moreover, passengers cannot earn miles but they can purchase an annual membership for €199 fee. Furthermore, passengers can benefit from free seats, and fast-track priority boarding for frequent fliers, etc.