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15:46

Local

Ryanair to operate flights between Malaga and Valencia from 1 December

Pilar Martínez

Malaga and Valencia will from 1 December be connected by a new air route operated by budget airline Ryanair. The low-cost operator has included the route as part of its new strategy to strengthen national connections following pandemic restrictions

16:51

National

Ryanair to reduce flights to 40% this October

Pilar Martínez

The airline that moves the most passengers at Malaga Airport, Ryanair, has modified its flight schedule for October, reducing its capacity by an extra 20 per cent. The flights previously planned for next month were already 20 per cent down on last ... cancelling its spring schedule due to the Covid-19 lockdown. Last year Ryanair flew nearly five million passengers to and from Malaga Airport.

15:04

Local

Airlines include the Costa del Sol on their new summer schedules

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

Spain's borders to tourists in July could be staggered by region The airline operating the most flights at Malaga Airport before he crisis was Ryanair, which already announced that it would start flying to the Costa del Sol from 1 July. Its operations ... would be around 40% fewer than originally planned, but the airline has opted to keep as many different routes open as possible and reduce frequency. This summer Ryanair has said it will be operated some 1,000 flights a day around Europe, where pre-crisis

19:25

National

Ryanair to start flying to the Costa del Sol again on 1 July

Pilar Martínez

Malaga airport's most important airline, Ryanair, has announced that it will resume flying to the Costa del Sol on 1 July. The company has confirmed that it will start with 40 per cent of its flights and will focus on maintaining a wide diversity ... public health measures planned for airports." For its return, Ryanair has scheduled nearly 1,000 daily flights around Europe, where before the crisis it operated 2,400. Its aim is to recover 90 per cent of its pre-coronavirus routes. "Ryanair will ... fly again from the majority of its 80 European bases. There will be fewer daily/weekly frequencies on trunk routes, as Ryanair works to restore some services on the widest number of routes, rather than operating high frequency services on a small

12:39

National

Cabin baggage ruling goes against Ryanair

SUR

A court in Madrid has told Ryanair that its cabin bag restrictions policy is "abusive", in a potentially landmark ruling. A passenger on a Madrid to Brussels flight last January complained to a small-claims website after Ryanair had charged her 20 ... euros to put her bag in the hold as she had not paid the priority supplement. The passenger was also carrying a small bag to go underseat, and the two bags went against the airline's policy. The judge, ordering Ryanair to pay back the 20 euros, said ... that the company had contravened European law by making her pay for hand baggage as she had a right to it. Ryanair responded in a statement, saying that the ruling would make no difference to its policy as the judge had "misinterpreted" its commercial

14:24

Travel

The insider guide to Gran Canaria

Andrew Forbes

...flights from Malaga (AGP) to Las Palmas Gran Canaria (LPA) are operated by Ryanair and Vueling.

14:23

National

Ryanair accused by unions of getting round Spanish stike

J.A. BRAVO / N. HESKETH

Unions have criticised Ryanair for bringing in staff from other areas to beat the strike action by Spanish-based cabin crews and pilots. Action on 1 and 2 September saw just 15 cancellations in Spain across the flight programme. The firm was said ... 6,8,13,15, 19, 20, 22 and 27 September. Ryanair flights operated by non-Spanish-based crews are not affected.

12:48

National

Strikes loom at Ryanair over closure of Canaries bases

SUR

Spanish-based cabin crew at Ryanair have carried out their threat and announced planned strike action for several days in September. As yet, it is not known which flights into Spain from other countries would be affected. The planned dates are; 1, ... 2, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and 28 September. The crew want to strike over Ryanair's plans to close its aircraft and crew bases at Tenerife South and Las Palmas airports on the Canary Islands. Tourist industry leaders on the Canaries have also ... stronger markets in Turkey and Greece, with arrivals falling seven per cent year-on-year in June. Sources believe that Ryanair may reverse its decision and that it is looking for marketing subsidies with public money to continue. Ryanair is also

13:59

Local

Ryanair to offer direct flights to Tetouan

Pilar Martínez

Budget airline Ryanair has announced another new route from Malaga Airport. As from April, there will be two flights a week between the Costa del Sol and Tetouan in northern Morocco. This is the latest new route offered by the Irish company

12:05

National

Spanish-based pilots join cabin crew for September strike action at Ryanair

SUR

Spanish-based pilots at Ryanair have said they will strike on some dates in September, along with cabin crews, in protest at the closure of the airline's bases in the Canaries and Girona. The government has ordered minimum service levels during ... strike action. Dates in September are: 19, 20, 22, 27 and 29 for pilot action; and 1, 2, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27 and 29 for cabin crew action. Madrid says that 35 per cent of international flights under five hours must be operated. Some Ryanair flights ... out of Spain are operated by Spanish crews, others by international crews. During UK pilot action last week, Ryanair eventually managed to cover its full schedule by using other staff and disruption was minimal.

12:22

National

UK Ryanair strike has little effect but flyers brace for Spanish action

NEIL HESKETH

...malaga. Despite some of its British pilots striking on Thursday and Friday this week (22 and 23 August), Ryanair said on Thursday afternoon that it was managing to operate its flight schedule normally. It said that other pilots had given up time off ... worst. Bosses hit out at the striking pilots earlier in the day, saying that some wanted to double their 170,000 pound annual salaries (188,000 euros). Ryanair passengers have another strike threat looming. The company's flights to or from Spain can be

10:33

Local

Ryanair announces record profit

E. P. malaga

Ryanair achieved a net profit record of 1.3 billion euros in the year ending in March. The figure is a six per cent increase on the last financial year, which was 1.25 billion euros. The airline saw its income grow by two per cent, transporting

11:44

Local

Ryanair strike goes ahead without unexpected cancellations from Malaga

SUR

The two days of planned industrial action by Ryanair cabin crew went ahead on Wednesday and Thursday this week without major incident at Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport. The company had already announced last week the cancellation of around 400 of ... adjusted flight programme operated normally, elsewhere at Spanish airports passengers were left frustrated as 29 additional Ryanair flights didn't take off; unexpected industrial action in Italy had had a knock-on effect. Unions representing Ryanair cabin ... crew in Belgium, Portugal and Spain had called the two days of disruption amid an ongoing dispute with the airline over working conditions. Unions say that it is unfair that locally-based Ryanair crew are on Irish contracts, and in most cases

10:59

Local

French air traffic controllers' strike causes disruptions

CHARLES DOWLES.

Airlines across Europe cancelled flights this week following a general strike carried out by air traffic controllers in France on Tuesday. Ryanair cancelled 222 flights in the last two days, more than any other airline, leaving approximately 40,000 ... passengers stranded without a flight. 58 of the 222 cancelled Ryanair flights have destination or origin in Spain. Easyjet released a statement earlier this week acknowledging the disruptions, “We are still seeing an impact to flights today including delays

20:31

Local

Ryanair strikes to go ahead after unsuccessful mediation talks

Pilar Martínez

Strikes set to affect Ryanair passengers across four countries look set to go ahead after the airline rejected the demands of cabin crew during mediation talks on Tuesday. The cabin crew, represented in Spain by the USO and Sitcpla unions, are ... Irish pilots' strike This is not the only industrial action planned by Ryanair staff. On Thursday, some 94 pilots based in Ireland went on strike, seeing 30 flights between Ireland and the UK cancelled and scores of others disrupted. The Irish ... pilots' concerns relate to pay and working conditions including promotions and annual leave. With regard to cancellations or delays, Ryanair are obliged by law to inform passengers of any disruption to their travels, offer alternative travel arrangements

11:58

Local

Ryanair set to reach deal with unions over Spanish workers' rights

SUR

As the airline flying the most passengers from Malaga airport, any news from Ryanair normally has an impact on a lot of people across southern Spain. So it was to the relief of many this week that two problems hanging over the Irish-registered ... airline appear to have been solved in recent days. Early on Wednesday morning, after several hours of talks, unions reached a pre-agreement with Ryanair which meant cabin-crew strikes planned for yesterday and Sunday 13th were called off. According to ... approval of Ryanair's Spanish staff in the coming days, Among the measures said to have been agreed by Ryanair is that local labour law will now apply to Spanish-based cabin crew. In most cases until now, contractual terms have been based on Irish law,

11:17

Local

Ryanair will change baggage policy in 2018

PILAR MARTÍNEZ.

Low-cost airline Ryanair has delayed the changes in their cabin baggage policy. From 15 January, regular ticket passengers will only be allowed to bring their smallest bag on board each. Any other baggage will have to be put in the hold, for

13:20

Local

Ryanair cabin crew warn that more strikes will take place if demands are not met

Pilar Martínez

The USO and Sitcpla trade unions, together with representatives from Portugal, Italy, Holland, Belgium and Germany, have said that Ryanair cabin crews are considering calling further strikes before Christmas. First the trade unions will meet with ... representatives of the European Commission on 18 October in Brussels to discuss the conflict. "During this meeting, we hope that the European Commission will begin some sort of action to force Ryanair to immediately apply national legislation to its workers,"

11:35

National

Ryanair selling tickets for "flights that might not happen"

EFE

Michael O'Leary, chief of budget airline Ryanair warned on Thursday that should the UK leave the EU without an agreement in place, it would cause "chaos". "We're selling tickets for flights between the UK and Europe that may not even happen," he

19:13

National

Ryanair reported to the government by consumer group over hand-luggage plans

SUR

Consumers' group Facua has made an official complaint to the ministries for Infrastructure and Health over Ryanair's plans to change its hand baggage policy from 1 November. Facua, along with other watchdogs, says that the move by the budget ... airline contravenes Spanish legislation. Ryanair has said it will stop automatically storing hand luggage free of charge in the hold for non-priority customers. Instead passengers will pay around eight to ten euros to store a normal-sized piece of hand ... people's hand luggage on board in cabins except where weight or plane- size restrictions do not allow it. Ryanair has hit back saying that, "no airline allows passengers to carry all their suitcases into the aeroplane cabin".

10:49

Local

Ryanair ground staff threaten to strike on 30 December

Spain's main trade unions have said that the Ryanair ground staff in Spain will go on strike on 30 December if the company does not meet their demands for salary increases and improved conditions. In a report submitted to the mediation body SIMA, ... the unions, which represent around a thousand workers, outline 12 demands, which include a three per cent salary increase, no more than 214 working days a year and a higher overtime pay rate. The news comes just days after Ryanair's Irish, German,

14:16

Local

Ryanair to cancel 24 Malaga flights on 25 and 26 July

Pilar Martínez

Four hundred Ryanair flights to and from Spain are to be cancelled this Wednesday, 25 July, and Thursday, 26 July due to strikes from cabin crew. A total 24 of these were scheduled to take off or land at Malaga airport. Flight cancellations and ... of the 830 a day it was due to run, from Spain on each of the two days. Ryanair has denied that working conditions for its crews in Spain, Belgium and Portugal are bad and has said it has done all it can to avoid the strikes. Kenny Jacobs, the ... company's marketing chief, said that the protests wouldn't achieve anything "other than disrupt family holidays and benefit other airlines". Flight reduction On Monday Ryanair announced that it could be moved to reduce its fleet and number of European

12:46

Local

Ryanair cancels 400 flights from Spain during strikes planned on 25 and 26 July

Pilar Martínez

Ryanair announced on Wednesday that it had emailed and texted passengers on 400 flights to and from Spain that will be cancelled next Wednesday, 25 July, and Thursday, 26 July. Airline cabin crews' unions in Belgium, Portugal and Spain are to ... will affect 50,000 of the 430,00 passengers carried by Ryanair. The airline hasn't given specific details of any cancellations from Malaga-Costa del Sol, explaining only that any passengers affected had already been informed. If a message hadn't been ... received, it said, then people should go to the airport as normal as the flight will be running. Ryanair has denied that working conditions for its crews in Spain, Belgium and Portugal are bad and has said it has done all it can to avoid the strikes.

15:06

Local

Ryanair cabin crew in four European countries called to strike on 25 and 26 July

PILAR MARTÍNEZ / EFE

Ryanair cabin crew in four countries, including Spain, announced in Brussels on Thursday that they will go on strike on 25 and 26 July. The action comes after unions failed to obtain a commitment from the airline to apply the conditions ... established in the labour laws in the countries in which the employees are based - Spain, Portugal, Italy and Belgium - rather than the Irish legislation. Ryanair has responded, saying their demands "don't make sense", bearing in mind their current ... conditions. The stoppages will be carried out in all four countries, announced the unions Sitcpla and USO (Spain); SNVPAC (Portugal); UIL (Italy) and CNE (Belgium). The USO explained that more than 1,800 Ryanair cabin crew have been called to strike in

19:17

Local

Malaga airport is not affected by the latest Ryanair cancellations

Pilar Martínez

The airport which serves the Costa del Sol has not been affected by the latest flight cancellations announced by Ryanair, although more passengers travelling to and from Malaga use that airline than any other. The cancellations will be from ... October to March, and only two Spanish routes will be affected: Las Palmas-Glasgow and Sofia-Castellón. Ryanair says 25 of its fleet of 400 planes will be grounded during that period. From April onwards, only ten aircraft will not be flying, “to eliminate ... the risk of future cancellations.” Ryanair could receive government fines of up to 4.5 million euros The airline says it has emailed “each and every one” of the 400 clients who had booked seats on these flights, and they are being offered

11:51

Local

Ryanair joins forces with Spanish airline Air Europa

sur

Ryanair has sealed an alliance which allows it to advertise Air Europa’s long-distance flights on its website. Customers can now look for and reserve seats on Air Europa flights from Madrid to 16 countries in North, Central and South America on ... www.ryanair.com. The agreement was announced in Madrid on Tuesday by the executive director of Globalia, Javier Hidalgo, and the chief executive of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary.

13:36

Local

Ryanair to offer 50 routes from Malaga airport next winter

Pilar Martínez

The low-cost Irish airline, Ryanair, has announced that it will offer 50 routes from Malaga for next winter, including several new destinations. This increase will see the company operating the largest ever number of routes during the low tourist ... season. The head of marketing and sales for Ryanair in Spain, José Espartero, stated that the news for next season focused mainly, but not exclusively, on the German market. The airline will now run flights to Bremen, Dortmund and Frankfurt Main ... airports over the winter months. However, new destinations outside Germany are also part of Ryanair’s offer. Flights to Amsterdam will run from Malaga airport from the winter onwards, as will flights to the Czech capital, Prague and the Polish city of

20:38

Local

Passengers land at Malaga Airport armed with negative Covid test results

Ivan Gelibter

It's understandable that they're demanding a test. It's good, that way we're all safer." This was the opinion of the majority of passengers who got off the Ryanair flight from Brussels at Malaga Airport on Monday morning, the first required to ... used and the negative result. Travel agencies and airlines are informing passengers of the requirement several days ahead of their travel date. In the case of Elisabeth and Christoph, Ryanair sent them several emails and messages to remind them that

19:16

Local

Ryanair could receive government fines of up to 4.5 million euros

The Irish airline Ryanair is under formal investigation after it cancelled 514 flights with origin or destination in Spain. Last weekend, the Public Works minister Íñigo de la Serna explained to Spanish radio that the national airline security

13:22

Local

Just one flight from Malaga airport affected by mass Ryanair cancellations so far

In the mass cancellations announced by the CEO of Ryanair, Michael O’Leary, Malaga will almost be completely unaffected. Of the 2,000 flights being cancelled from now until the end of October the only to affect Malaga will be the flight from ... Marseille arriving on 21 September. Ryanair is the most used airline in Malaga, with over 3.8 million passengers arriving in and departing from the capital last year. EasyJet was in second place, with 2,089,256. Over the summer, the Irish low-cost airline ... operated 52 flights into Malaga. To access the full list of cancellations, customers can visit Ryanair.com. The company has promised to contact those affected by the cancellations to offer them alternative flights or full reimbursement, as the EU261

12:02

National

Strikes threaten airlines' profits amid surge in fuel prices

J. A. BRAVO

...workers' agreement and that the airline pays 30 per cent less than the competition. The same threat still hangs over Ryanair, where Sepla is trying to get the airline to match pilots' pay and conditions to Spanish standards. The company has already

14:53

Local

September and October strike unrest continues to threaten air-travellers

SUR

September strike unrest at airline Ryanair and October walkouts at Iberia's ground-handling operation continue to threaten to disrupt passengers in Spain this autumn. So far ongoing action by Spanish-based cabin crews and pilots over Ryanair ... Further Spanish Ryanair action is planned on 27th and 29th. UK pilots at the airline also plan to stage unrelated stoppages on 21, 23, 25, 27 and 29 September. Meanwhile, unsettled conditions at Spanish airports could continue into next month as unions

11:55

Local

Malaga Airport welcomes first visitors as Spain's borders reopen

nuria triguero

...other services, all currently closed, will gradually reopen. Returning airlines Several operators have committed to the destination from July. Ryanair, the leading airline in terms of passenger numbers at Malaga Airport, plans to run 69 routes

12:17

Local

Costa tourism suffers blow as ITB fair is cancelled over virus fears

PILAR MARTÍNEZ malaga

...just five days before it was due to start, over coronavirus fears, with more than 150,000 people from 186 countries set to attend. Ryanair cancels 25% of its flights to Italy for the next three weeks This came as "bad news" to Juan Marín, the

12:54

Local

Costa del Sol deserted at traditional start of peak season

Pilar Martínez

...both the short and long term. Ryanair, the largest airline by passenger numbers in Malaga, has suspended flights until June, while the new routes recently announced to Doha, Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv could also be in jeopardy. The Andalusian regional