|ryanair airlines fleet||0.11||0.1||7626||39|
Ryanair; IATA FR: ICAO RYR: Callsign RYANAIR: Country: Ireland: Airline Founded : 1985: Group / Part of: Ryanair Holdings Group; Headquarters: Dublin Collinstown (DUB / EIDW) Bases: London Stansted (STN / EGSS) Fleet Size: 255 Aircraft (+ 24 On Order/Planned) Average Fleet Age 1: 12 Years: Official Site: ryanair.comHow many employees does Ryanair have in the UK?
Since its establishment in 1984, Ryanair has grown from a small airline, flying the short journey from Waterford to London Gatwick, into Europe's largest carrier. Ryanair now has over 13,000 people working for the company. Most employees are employed and contracted by multiple agencies to fly on Ryanair aircraft.How old are the planes that Ryanair use?
Ryanair only use Boeing 737-800 aircraft. This streamlined fleet helps us to keep costs down and safety standards up. At the moment we have over 300 aircraft in operation and the average age of our planes is 5.5 years.When did Ryanair start their online booking service?
In 1998, flush with new capital, the airline placed a massive US$2 billion order for 45 new Boeing 737-800 series aircraft. The airline launched its website in 2000, with online booking initially said to be a small and unimportant part of the software supporting the site.