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# Turbulent Times

Last year
‘Really bad planning’: Security expert says airport managers don’t grasp impact of decisions
‘There’s decisions being made where the managers don’t understand what’s going on on the ground’.
Politicians call for ‘heads to roll’ at DAA over massive queues
Dublin Airport plans to increase the number of security lanes at peak times to deal with lengthy queues.
Passengers who missed flights due to Dublin Airport chaos have 'no automatic right to redress'
Dublin Airport Authority may also face financial penalties, according to regulators.
Ryanair lost €355 million last year amid 'fragile' recovery in air travel from the pandemic
The low-cost airline said it hopes to return to profitability in the current financial year,
All time
'To say everything is refunded is not true': Travel agents and Ryanair customers take aim at O'Leary over remarks
The Commission for Aviation Regulation says that 80% of complaints relating to airline refunds have been resolved.
Autumn Nations Cup match between Fiji and France cancelled following Covid cases
Five players in the Fiji team have tested positive for the virus.
Ryanair expects passenger numbers to fall by nearly 50% this year
The low-cost airline is preparing to lose €200 million in the first quarter as a result of Covid-19.
'There's more to life than football' - John Obi Mikel quits Turkish club after expressing fears
The ex-Chelsea midfielder does not feel comfortable continuing to play with Trabzonspor after the outbreak of coronavirus.
Spanish court orders Ryanair to cancel cabin bag fee
Ryanair was ordered to repay a woman €20.
Michael O'Leary hits out at Matt Cooper's unauthorised biography of him
His publisher Penguin Random House said it stands over the book.
Ryanair issues warning about job losses amid ongoing pilot strike actions
The airline’s profits dipped by 20% in the first quarter of the year.
Air Berlin furious as 200 pilots call in sick forcing cancellations
The day cost the struggling company millions of euro.
Five injured after passengers "catapulted from seats" on Ryanair flight from Dublin
The flight was heading to Barcelona when it hit severe turbulence.