Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS EI-DAO (msn 33550) (Pride of Scotland) STN (Antony J. Best), originally uploaded by Airliners Gallery.
Ryanair (Dublin) will pay its first dividend after reporting a yearly profit because of declining fuel costs. The company reported net income of $370 million for its fiscal year through March 31.
Copyright Photo: Antony J. Best. Boeing 737-8AS EI-DAO (msn 33550) “Pride of Scotland” prepares to taxi from the gate at Stansted Airport.
Ryanair (Dublin) in April will add seven new routes from Memmingen (Munich West). The new routes include flights to Alghero, Alicante, Dublin, Girona (near Barcelona), London (Stansted), Pisa and Reus (near Barcelona). The company will also add another Boeing 737-800 based at Charleroi (near Brussels) (total now eight) in order to add four new routes (total now 43) to Brindisi, La Rochelle, Palma de Mallorca and Turin (Turino). The pilots of Ryanair also agreed to a pay freeze for the next 12 months.