Ryanair Flight Status

Ryanair is an Irish low-cost airline founded in 1984, headquartered in Swords, Dublin, Ireland, with its primary operational bases at Dublin and London Stansted airports. In 2016, Ryanair was the largest European budget airline by scheduled passengers flown, and carried more international passengers than any other airline. Ryanair operates more than 400 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with a single 737-700 used primarily as a charter aircraft.

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Ryanair Top 10 Airports

No. Name IATA Updated
1 Guglielmo Marconi Airport BLQ Bologna Italy 0 minutes
2 Exeter International Airport EXT Exeter United Kingdom 0 minutes
3 Treviso Airport TSF Venice Italy 0 minutes
4 Venice Marco Polo Airport VCE Venice Italy 0 minutes
5 Dublin Airport DUB Dublin Ireland 1 minute
6 Malta International Airport MLA Malta Malta 1 minute
7 Lamezia Terme International Airport SUF Lamezia-Terme Italy 1 minute
8 Toulouse-Blagnac Airport TLS Toulouse France 2 minutes
9 Palese Airport BRI Bari Italy 3 minutes
10 Stansted Airport STN London United Kingdom 3 minutes


Ryanair is of top four low-cost carriers in Europe. Founded in 1984, this Irish airline’s aim is to abandon the single-airline strategy between London and Ireland. Ryanair provides tickets at low price so that travelling is more easy to everyone. Headquartered in Dublin, Ryanair’s flights connect over 34 countries with 200 destinations worldwide.  Their number of destinations, flights and passengers are growing year over year.      

Though Covid-19 pandemic impacts the airline industry as well as Ryanair much, this airline still obtain an achievement by receiving 16 Boeing 737 Max aircraft from the US by June, 2021. This action of raising aircraft types and numbers shows Ryanair’s commitment and sustainability during this hard time of the world. 

Ryanair Destination (Domestic and International)

Ryanair operates flights connecting almost all European destinations.  By August 2021, this airline operates over 400 routes and over 2,000 weekly flights.

Their numbers of destinations are raising rapidly. In July 2020, Ryanair launch 9 new Zagreb routes: Malaga, Dublin, Paphos, Basel, Eindhoven, Thessaloniki, Malta and Naples. 

In this Aug 2021, Ryanair celebrates the launch of 11 new UK routes for Winter 2021/22 UK cities Bournemouth, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff and London to Barcelona, Budapest, Dublin or Milan.

Travelers can minimize their budget when booking Ryanair while going to the same destinations. The airline’s routes are out of the off-the-beaten-path budget airports, as opposed to the city's main airports. This is one of the reason makes Ryanair’s ticket prices competitively. 

 Ryanair brings convenience during their flights: well-trained staff, clean cabin, food and drink (on request). Ryanair also provides necessary information and advice to help passengers avoid Covid-19 impact. Accordingly, you must wear a face mask/ covering in the airport and on board your flights. The airline has healthy flying measures in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19; e.g. aircraft are disinfected daily and are fitted with state of the art filtration systems; sanitizer is provided at cabin/doors on every flight. 

People flying Ryanair are advised to follow below instructions:

  • Online check-in is recommended to reduce procedures at the airport.
  • Passengers’ temperature may be checked at the airport. If they do not pass this, they will be asked to return home. 
  • It is mandatory to wear a face mask/covering in the airport and on board the flight.
  • Make sure to use hand sanitizer / hand wash as they pass through the airport, and where possible maintain some distance from other passengers.

Reward programs – promo

Frequent Flyer program is still on test by Ryanair and it is not yet convenient to passengers. The airline is still on the way to complete procedures & policies for their frequent flyer.

Ryanair Cancellation & Refund Policy

Ryanair tickets are non-refundable. However, if your flights have a delay exceeding 5 hours by the airline, you can get a refund. You don't need to tell Ryanair if you are unable to travel. If you can’t use your outbound flight, you can still use your return flight.

Government tax refunds are not applied. Yet you may apply within one month of the date of travel for a refund of the Government Tax paid minus administration fee when contacting the airline’s support center.

An immediate member of passenger’s family within 28 days of the intended flight date and they do not wish to travel, Ryanair may provide a full refund upon application.