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Ryanair has grown since its establishment in 1985, from a small airline flying a short hop from Waterford to London, into one of Europe's largest carriers.

Ryanair is an Irish low cost airline, with headquarters at Dublin Airport and its largest operational bases at Dublin Airport and London Stansted Airport.

The airline has been characterised by rapid expansion, a result of the deregulation of the air industry in Europe in 1992 and the success of its low cost business model. Ryanair is the third largest airline in Europe in terms of passenger numbers and the world's largest in terms of international passenger numbers.

Ryanair is Europe’s largest low fares airline with 32 bases and 830+ low fare routes across 26 countries, connecting 148 destinations. By the end of May 2009 Ryanair will operate a fleet of 190 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft with firm orders for a further 102 new aircraft (all net of planned disposals), which will be delivered over the next 3 years. Ryanair currently employs a team of more than 6,000 people and expects to carry approximately 67m passengers in 2009.

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PO Box 11451, Swords
Co Dublin, Ireland

+353 1 8121676

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