Ryanair Ltd. is an Irish low-cost airline founded in November 28, 1984 as Danren Enterprises. It was later renamed as Ryanair after the name one of its founders, Tony Ryan. The other founders were Christopher Ryan and Liam Lonergan. Ryanair’s operations began in 1985 with a 15-seater Embraer Bandeirante turboprop aircraft, with daily flights between Waterford and Gatwick Airport. In this Ryanair Reviews, we will look into the services offered by the company and some reviews written by some passengers who used these services. 

Background, History, and More Information

Ryanair is based in Swords, Dublin in Ireland and its primary operational bases are Dublin Airport and London Stansted Airport. It is the largest European airline in terms of scheduled passengers carried and the busiest international airline by number of passengers carried.

Ryanair Reviews - Ryanair LogoRyanair is known as Europe’s favorite airline; with more than 1,800 daily flights flying 117 million passengers from 84 bases connecting over 200 destinations in 33 countries. It operates with a fleet of 350 Boeing 737 aircraft. It also has 315 Boeing 737 on order. This will enable the airline to offer lower fares and increase their traffic to 180 million passengers by 2024. Ryanair is unique because it uses Boeing 737 on all their flights. Accordingly, Ryanair came up with this strategy so they can offer cheaper fares to their passengers and ensure their safety on board. This is due to the fact that Boeing 737 was the world’s safest aircraft in 2015 with the rate of only one crash per 4.8 million flying hours, according to the data from Ascend London Insurance Consultancy.

Ryanair Reviews - Ryanair CEO Michael O'LearyMichael O’Leary is the Chief Executive Officer of Ryanair. He was born on March 20, 1961 in Kanturk, County Cork. Mr. O’Leary was Ryanair’s deputy CEO between 1991 and 1994 and was promoted to chief executive in January 1994.  He is known as one of Ireland’s wealthiest businessmen. He graduated from Trinity College, Dublin and later worked as a trainee at Stokes Kennedy Crowley (later known as KPMG), where he met Tony Ryan, to study the Irish tax system.

Reviews/ What Users Have to Say

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Passengers who might require special assistance at the airport will have to book the services in advance. It is recommended that passengers should make the request at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled departure time to avoid disruption of travel plans or unavailability of the service at the airport.

Passengers are allowed to bring food and drinks (except for hot and alcoholic drinks) on board, but they can also purchase meals, drinks, snacks and meal deals from the in-flight magazine. Some of your favorite perfume, cosmetics, jewelry brands and other gifts are offered and are available for purchase Ryanair’s Inflight Magazine. You may also bring and use portable electronic devices (weighing less than 1 kilo) on board to keep yourself entertained during the flight.

Contact Details:

  • Website URL: www.ryanair.com
  • Contact number: +353 1 945 12 12      
  • Contact Email: dalym@ryanair.com
  • Fax:+353 1 812 1213
  • Head Office Address: Ryanair Ltd. Corporate Head Office, Airside Business Park, Swords, Co. Dublin, Ireland

To sum it up…

In this Ryanair Reviews, we can see that the airline has come up with a unique strategy to ensure the safety of their passengers. The airline often receives complaints for having delayed flights and charging customers for not checking in online. While in some Ryanair reviews, passengers praise the company for having friendly staff and affordable tickets.

Another thing that you should keep in mind when flying with Ryanair is that you should READ their terms and conditions, as well as CHECK IN ONLINE at least two hours before your flight.



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