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Ryanair

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IATA ICAO Callsign
FR RYR RYANAIR
Founded 28 November 1984 (1984-11-28)
Commenced operations 8 July 1985 (1985-07-08)
Operating bases
  • Alicante
  • Athens
  • Barcelona
  • Bari
  • Bergamo
  • Berlin
  • Billund (begins 31 October 2021)
  • Birmingham
  • Bologna
  • Bordeaux
  • Bournemouth
  • Bratislava
  • Brindisi
  • Bristol
  • Brussels
  • Bucharest
  • Budapest
  • Cagliari
  • Catania
  • Chania (begins 1 July 2021)
  • Charleroi
  • Cologne/Bonn
  • Corfu (begins 1 July 2021)
  • Dublin (Headquarters)
  • East Midlands
  • Edinburgh
  • Faro
  • Fes
  • Frankfurt
  • Gdańsk
  • Glasgow–Prestwick
  • Gothenburg
  • Ibiza
  • Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden
  • Katowice
  • Kaunas
  • Kraków
  • Lamezia Terme
  • Leeds/Bradford
  • Lisbon
  • Liverpool
  • London–Luton
  • London–Southend
  • London–Stansted (Largest base)
  • Madrid
  • Málaga
  • Malta
  • Manchester
  • Marrakesh
  • Marseille
  • Memmingen
  • Milan–Malpensa
  • Naples
  • Palermo
  • Palma de Mallorca
  • Paphos
  • Pisa
  • Pescara
  • Ponta Delgada
  • Poznań
  • Prague
  • Porto
  • Rhodes (begins 1 July 2021)
  • Riga (begins 31 October 2021)
  • Rome–Ciampino
  • Rome–Fiumicino
  • Seville
  • Santiago de Compostela
  • Sofia
  • Stockholm–Arlanda (begins 31 October 2021)
  • Thessaloniki
  • Treviso
  • Valencia
  • Vienna
  • Vilnius
  • Warsaw–Modlin
  • Wrocław
  • Weeze
  • Zadar (begins 1 July 2021)
  • Zagreb (begins 1 September 2021)
Subsidiaries
  • Buzz
  • Ryanair UK
  • Malta Air
Fleet size 271 (excluding subsidiaries) 467 (including subsidiaries)
Destinations 225
Parent company Ryanair Holdings plc
Traded as
  • LSE: RYA
  • Euronext: RY4C
  • Nasdaq: RYAAY
Headquarters Dublin Airport, Ireland
Key people
  • David Bonderman (Non-Executive Chairman)
  • Michael O’Leary (Group Chief Executive Officer)
  • Edward Wilson (Chief Executive Officer Ryanair DAC)
Revenue Increase €7.151 billion (2018)
Operating income Increase €1.667 billion (2018)
Net income Increase €1.145 billion (2018)
Total assets Increase €12.36 billion (2018)
Total equity Increase €4.469 billion (2018)
Employees 17,500 (2019)
Website www.ryanair.com
Top airports by destinations (only 48+ destinations) November 2020
Airport IATA Destinations
Dublin DUB 122
London-Stansted STN 95
Milan-Bergamo BGY 81
Vienna VIE 77
Malaga AGP 77
Alicante ALC 75
Kraków KRK 74
Brussels-Charleroi CRL 73
Palma de Mallorca PMI 71
Edinburgh EDI 64
Manchester MAN 64
Malta MLA 61
Berlin BER 58
Barcelona BCN 58
Porto OPO 55
Palermo PMO 53
Naples NAP 52
Bologna BLQ 51
Marseille MRS 48
Top airports by destinations 2007-17
City destinations retention
Dublin 185 73%
London Stansted 132 69%
Bergamo 124 65%
Charleroi 116 70%
Girona 112 35%
Hahn 103 44%
Weeze 97 45%
Alicante 90 61%
Madrid 86 57%
Pisa 86 53%
Ryanair past fleet
Aircraft Introduced Retired Notes
ATR 42-300 1989 1991
BAC One-Eleven 500 1986 1994
Boeing 737-200 1994 2005 Replaced by 737-800. Ryanair sold its fleet of 20 737-200 aircraft to Autodirect Aviation LLC for $8.1 million in October 2004. 6 Aircraft had already been retired and the remaining 14 were transferred between 2004-2005.
Boeing 737-300 2002 2004 Replaced by 737-800
Boeing 737-400 2004 2005 Leased from Air Atlanta Icelandic and AirExplore (during Summer 2014).
Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante 1985 1989
Hawker Siddeley HS 748 1986 1990