Ryanair is the biggest low-cost airline company in Europe.
Airport of registration – Dublin International airport. The biggest hub is Stansted airport in London.
Ryanair was founded in 1985 by Irish millionaire Tony Ryan. From small airline company Ryanair has grown in a huge low-cost operator that makes over 1400 flights every day and transports more than 50 million passengers annually.
The basic activity of the airline company are regular passenger transportation inside Europe.
It is worthy of note that Ryanair is in the top 30 of the most safe companies in the world. During entire history of existence there was no flight accidents that would cause loss of lives.
Flight map of Ryanair counts 178 destinations in 28 Europe countries and Morocco.
The company manages to maintain more than comfortable prices for passengers thanks to standard activities for low-cost carrier:
1. Use of regional not loaded airports (the fees are lower)
2. Use of one type of airplane with the only economy class configuration (less expenses for personnel training)
3. Offers to passengers shortened list of services, reduction of allowed luggage weight and so on.
4. Orientation to simplified direct flights
As of June 6, 2017 "Ryanair" operates a mainline fleet of 398 airplanes. The average age of planes is 6.5 years.
The oldest aircraft is Boeing 737-700, with reg.number EI-SEV. It is 18.4 years old. The newest one is Boeing 737-800, with reg.number EI-FZR. It is - 0.1 years old
As mentioned above, all airplane have the same configuration for 189 standard seats of economy class.
See more about the age of each aircraft:
Officeal website – www.ryanair.com