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  • Hand luggage could soon no longer be free for passengers | Travel ...

    08/01/17 ,via Express.co.uk

    HAND luggage being free for budget airlines could soon come to an end as some flights begin to charge even for small bags after admitting travellers are taking 

  • Ryanair passenger had pipe bomb in his hand luggage as he tried to make it on to Italian flight

    07/31/17 ,via Mirror.co.uk

    A man caught trying to smuggle a pipe bomb on to a passenger jet was free to fly again days later after police failed to realise his device was viable, a court heard. Nadeem Muhammad, 43, tried to board a Ryanair flight to Bergamo, Italy, on January 30

  • Ryanair threatens to change its hand baggage policy as passengers ...

    07/25/17 ,via The Independent

    More passengers than ever are ducking baggage fees by taking hand luggage only on flights, according to Ryanair. The low-cost airline says that travellers are 

  • Will Ryanair move to close this carry-on baggage 'loophole'?

    07/28/17 ,via BT.com

    The high price of checking in luggage means fewer people than ever are putting their bags into the hold. Instead, they are taking more into the cabin to use their free hand luggage allowance. But Ryanair is now considering changing its cabin baggage

  • Travellers are taking advantage of bag rules to avoid fees, says Ryanair

    07/24/17 ,via The Guardian

    Instead, travellers are avoiding charges by bringing more and more luggage into the cabin. Ryanair's chief financial officer, Neil Sorahan, said the airline could review its second bag allowance, introduced in late 2013, as passengers were starting to

Books

  • Michael O'Leary

    Penguin UK. 2008. ISBN: 9780141902494,0141902493. 464 pages.

    Michael O'Leary is a business giant. He transformed Ryanair from a loss-making joke of an Irish carrier into one of the most valuable airlines in the world, and in the process he has revolutionized the very nature of commercial aviation. In this, the first biography of O'Leary, Alan Ruddock portrays the man in three dimensions and examines the business miracle - often talked about but poorly understood - that O'Leary has wrought. 'Ruddock's fast-paced retelling of Ryanair's rise and rise...

  • A strategic analysis of Ryanair

    GRIN Verlag. 2013. ISBN: 9783656404828,3656404828. 9 pages.

    Research paper from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 67%, University of Greenwich (Business), course: Strategic Management, language: English, abstract: This paper will analyse the reason behind the decision for low cost leadership as corporate strategy. Furthermore the implementation of the strategy into their value chain is going to be described and finally it is going to be evaluated if the strategy was successful.

  • Ryanland

    Hachette Ireland. 2012. ISBN: 9781444743654,1444743651. 288 pages.

    In this hilarious, no-holds-barred account, journalist Philip Nolan packs his bag (maximum 10kg, please) and takes us on an adventure that is not for the faint-hearted as he flies with Europe 's biggest low-cost airline.

  • Ryanair

    Aurum PressLtd. 2018. ISBN: 1845132939,9781845132934. 290 pages.

    The trade paperback of Ryanair, published in June 2004, has already sold nearly 20,000 copies and is in its sixth printing - testament to the fascination this maverick company has for both the business community and the general reader (and budget air traveller). In Ireland it has been a number-one bestseller (indeed, is still in the chart); here it is selling in significant quantities from airports and bookshops around the country. It remains the only book about the airline and its...

  • Michael O'Leary

    Penguin UK. 2018. ISBN: 9780241315644,0241315646. 464 pages.

    September 2017. Ryanair cancels over 700,000 bookings and its powerful PR juggernaut comes shuddering to a halt. For once, the airline's aggressive and flamboyant CEO, Michael O'Leary, is contrite and apologetic. A month later Ryanair announces increased passenger traffic for October, year-on-year growth and increased profits. Its share price soars. For the moment, it appears, a fundamental shake-up of Europe's biggest airline is off the table. But questions remain about the causes of the...

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