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by RyanairBristol
03 Jun 2017, 09:11
Forum: Ryanair news
Topic: 60 DAY CHECK-IN INTRODUCED FOR PURCHASED SEATS
Replies: 2
Views: 2906

Re: 60 DAY CHECK-IN INTRODUCED FOR PURCHASED SEATS

I think it's because these islands are considered overseas territories. Because of this they have different rules, however I am not sure why or what.
by RyanairBristol
31 May 2017, 14:51
Forum: Ryanair Experience
Topic: Seat Allocation, Check c if it is your experience
Replies: 6
Views: 6512

Re: Seat Allocation, Check c if it is your experience

Thanks, I will try and listen to that later.
by RyanairBristol
31 May 2017, 14:49
Forum: Ryanair Forum News
Topic: New Topic/Section: "New Winter/Summer Schedules"
Replies: 8
Views: 13300

Re: New Topic/Section: "New Winter/Summer Schedules"

Really, Easyjet is cheaper?
That surprised me, I always see the exact opposite.
by RyanairBristol
27 May 2017, 13:33
Forum: Ryanair Experience
Topic: Seat Allocation, Check c if it is your experience
Replies: 6
Views: 6512

Re: Seat Allocation, Check c if it is your experience

Thanks for that,
I have always wondered how the seating was organised.
by RyanairBristol
22 May 2017, 14:08
Forum: Other airlines
Topic: A321neo Easyjet
Replies: 2
Views: 3137

Re: A321neo Easyjet

I know, FR may need to react to this because Wizz Air, Norwegian, and Easyjet have orders for the A321.
by RyanairBristol
21 May 2017, 10:02
Forum: Off-topic
Topic: 737 MAX first delivery
Replies: 0
Views: 3282

737 MAX first delivery

Boeing has delivered the first 737 Max 8 to launch operator Malindo, handing over the fourth generation of the 50-year-old single-aisle design to a customer. As Boeing’s response to the re-engined Airbus A320neo family, Boeing Commercial Airplanes president and chief executive Kevin McAllister says ...
by RyanairBristol
21 May 2017, 09:58
Forum: Off-topic
Topic: I wonder what MoL would think of this if he knew.
Replies: 11
Views: 8481

Re: I wonder what MoL would think of this if he knew.

:D
I like that. Fair play to whoever did this.
by RyanairBristol
21 May 2017, 09:53
Forum: Other airlines
Topic: A321neo Easyjet
Replies: 2
Views: 3137

A321neo Easyjet

UK budget carrier EasyJet has finally opted to take the Airbus A321neo, by converting orders for 30 of the smaller A320neo which the airline has on order. It says in a half-year financial statement that "increased flexibility" in its arrangements with Airbus will mean the agreement will be "neutral"...
by RyanairBristol
07 May 2017, 10:39
Forum: Ryanair Experience
Topic: FLIGHT CONNECTION WITH RYANAIR
Replies: 6
Views: 9482

Re: FLIGHT CONNECTION WITH RYANAIR

I would imagine that the aircraft is based at Bergamo but waits 55 minutes for a crew change. This seems to happen quite a lot. It is rare the crew will change in the standard 25 minute turnaround.
by RyanairBristol
07 May 2017, 10:36
Forum: Questions about flights and Ryanair
Topic: Ryanair Engines
Replies: 4
Views: 5211

Re: Ryanair Engines

I believe the CFM7B series runs from the 18 to the 27. The 27 is used on the 737-700, 737-900 and the BBJ. The main difference between the 24 and the 26 is the thrust and bypass ratio ( The amount of air that enters the engine but does not go through the core) CFM56-7B24 Thrust 24,200 lbf (108 kN) B...
by RyanairBristol
03 May 2017, 07:05
Forum: Ryanair Experience
Topic: FLIGHT CONNECTION WITH RYANAIR
Replies: 6
Views: 9482

Re: FLIGHT CONNECTION WITH RYANAIR

Hello, That sounds like a right pain. I have connected via Bergamo but decided to stay the night, it's a really nice city. It looks like Ryanair are considering connecting flights in one booking. They are trialing this service in Rome. Hopefully this will happen because, especially in peak season, I...
by RyanairBristol
27 Apr 2017, 15:09
Forum: Questions about flights and Ryanair
Topic: Ryanair Engines
Replies: 4
Views: 5211

Re: Ryanair Engines

That would be the CFM International LEAP 1B
by RyanairBristol
20 Apr 2017, 13:14
Forum: Questions about flights and Ryanair
Topic: Ryanair Engines
Replies: 4
Views: 5211

Ryanair Engines

Hi, I was just wondering if anybody knew what specific model engine does Ryanair use on the 737-800? I am aware that they are using the CFM56-7B engine however there are two variants. There is the CFM56-7B24 and the CFM56-7B26. The 24 has a higher bypass ratio, meaning it is more efficient, but less...
by RyanairBristol
01 Apr 2017, 17:41
Forum: Ryanair news
Topic: Ryanair Sun in Poland
Replies: 2
Views: 2596

Ryanair Sun in Poland

31 March, 2017 SOURCE: Flightglobal Pro BY: Oliver Clark London Ryanair will establish a new Warsaw-based charter airline in summer 2018 to serve the Polish leisure market. The budget carrier says the carrier will be called “Ryanair Sun” and will initially have a fleet of five Boeing 737-800s. Ryana...