Thousands of holiday-makers grounded by Ryanair strikes
Thousands of holidaymakers have had their plans thrown into chaos – after hundreds of Ryanair flights had to be cancelled because of strikes by pilots in five countries.
Ryanair debate: ‘There is a global shortage of pilots’
Joining us from Dublin is Evan Cullen, an Aer Lingus pilot and President of the Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association, a union which represents some of the Ryanair pilots. And Victoria Moores, an aviation analyst and European editor of Air Transport World.
Ryanair CEO explains cancellations to board
The boss of Ryanair was in Dublin today to explain to shareholders why his airline is having to cancel up to 50 flights a day over the next six weeks, to the fury of passengers.
FactCheck: ‘Icelandic roulette’ as airlines test volcanic ash restrictions
The claim “The absence of any volcanic ash in the atmosphere supports Ryanair’s stated view that there is no safety threat to aircraft in this mythical ‘red zone’.”