Ryanair was established as a small company in Ireland. Lately, it has become the largest low-cost airline in Europe. Ryanair's largest hub is at London Stansted Airport, with its second largest base at Dublin Airport. The airline operates daily flights to 178 destinations in Europe, serving 50 million people a year.
Since 1991, the low-cost airline has changed its traditional model of services to the "low fares, no frills" model. Its main idea is to book at the lowest prices, without additional privileges for passengers. In fact, the company operates most of its flights to regional airports; passengers must walk from the terminal to the gangway, which significantly reduces the cost of flights. As a low-cost airline, Ryanair is the safest airline in the world, which shows that it has not faced a single emergency situation throughout its history.
Ryanair fleet
The airline's fleet consists of 420 aircraft (updated annually). The average age of the coatings is 8 years. You can buy a Ryanair ticket at Changebooking.com.
Ryanair travel classes
Today, Ryanair offers an exclusively economical product. Since the airline is a low-cost airline, priority services are not provided on board. The main task of the company is to take the passenger to the destination.