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Ryanair information

IATA code FR
Routes 2304
Top route London Gatwick to Dublin
Airports served 212
Top airport London Stansted

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Overall rating

6.2 Good
Based on 17,916 reviews

Boarding
6.4

Comfort
6.1

Crew
7.2

Entertainment
5.2

Food
5.6

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Origin
Destination
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1886
London
STN
Lisbon
LIS
 
116
Dublin
DUB
London
LGW
 
905
London
STN
Cork
ORK
   
272
Dublin
DUB
London
STN
     
8371
London
STN
Budapest
BUD
     
145
London
STN
Berlin
SXF
     
7328
Dublin
DUB
Lisbon
LIS
       
5776
Dublin
DUB
Glasgow
GLA
       
1887
Lisbon
LIS
London
STN
   
144
Berlin
SXF
London
STN
     
906
Cork
ORK
London
STN
     
271
London
STN
Dublin
DUB
       
5775
Glasgow
GLA
Dublin
DUB
           
117
London
LGW
Dublin
DUB
           

Overview of Ryanair

Centering the majority of its network out of primary bases in London and Dublin, Ryanair flies to more than 35 countries. Principally focusing on an extensive list of routes within Europe, flights are also available to the Middle East and North Africa. The airline has in excess of 75 supplementary hubs.

Offering competitively priced fares, the low-cost carrier bases its operations on minimal amenities. Seat reservation, checked baggage and priority boarding are available with the Flexi Plus fare. Ryanair is able to schedule direct services through its expansive spread of hubs. The decision to use a point-to-point transit system is one of the main reasons it is able to keep operating costs low. Several subsidiaries sit underneath it, including Ryanair UK, Lauda, Malta Air and Ryanair Sun.

It operates an exclusively Boeing fleet, with preference for the 737-800 model. As one of the largest operators of the 737 series, there are more than 400 aircraft. The tails of the fleet are decorated with the company’s logo, a combination of a harp and flying angel. The cabins have been stripped back to allow as many seats as possible to fit, with a capacity of approximately 189 passengers.

All customers are seated within the singular Economy cabin on Ryanair flights; however, it is possible to upgrade and purchase a Premium Economy ticket. Located in both the middle section and front of the cabin, the seats have up to an additional 4 in of legroom from the standard 30 in. There are 51 Premium seats and 138 standard Economy spots.

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