Ryanair is an Irish low-cost airline.
Last year, the Government committed to an action plan to reduce our emissions to zero by 2050 — promising “a cleaner, greener economy and society” to protect us from climate change. To get there, the Government committed to reduce carbon emissions by 51pc by 2030. Last week’s targets are to get us to the 2030 cut.
Holidaymakers are facing another week of travel uncertainty as Aer Lingus cancelled yet more flights due to a continued outbreak of Covid-19 among staff, while European strikes loom for the month ahead for Ryanair passengers.
The long Friday power lunch is dead. In the new world of hybrid work, Thursday is rapidly becoming the most popular day for post-work drinks and networking as the majority of workers choose Friday to work from home.
Michael O’Leary has a very annoying habit. The chief executive of Ryanair knows the aviation business. He gets right up the noses of most transport ministers past and present (not this one) because he has no respect for their political cowardice or their reluctance to tackle fundamental problems. Small problems like the DAA itself. Small problems like the Dublin A irport operator’s continued insistence on putting the passenger at the bottom of the list. Small problems like its complete lack of foresight.
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