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Ryanair agree new deal with OTA loveholidays


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Ryanair agreed a new partnership with OTA loveholidays for its customers who wish to book low-cost package holidays. This deal allows loveholidays’ customers to buy Ryanair flights, seats, and bags as part of their loveholidays package at Ryanair’s low prices. It guarantees that loveholidays’ customers will not be overcharged and they will have direct access to their myRyanair account for all customer info questions.

This partnership with loveholidays also guarantees that Ryanair flight info will be provided directly to each customer’s email address, including pre-departure info on Ryanair T&C’s, and in cases of disruptions. loveholidays’ agrees that it will only display Ryanair’s real prices, without mark-ups and will only pass accurate customer contact and payment details to Ryanair. This means loveholidays’ customers will not need to complete Ryanair’s customer verification process which unauthorised OTA Pirates customers must continue to do.

This is great news for loveholidays’ customers who will now be able to book Ryanair’s low fares as part of their loveholidays package with full transparency, while still benefiting from loveholidays’ flexible payment plans and ATOL protection. Ryanair has long campaigned for all consumers to be protected from OTA Pirate scams, which includes overcharges, hidden mark-ups, and fake customer contact and payment info.

Ryanair’s Dara Brady said: “We are pleased to announce this first OTA partnership with loveholidays, which will ensure that loveholidays customers can now book Ryanair flights, seats, and bags as part of their package with the guarantee that they will not be overcharged for flights, bags, or seats, they will receive flight updates directly from Ryanair and will also have direct access to their booking through their myRyanair account.”

loveholidays’ Chief Marketing Officer, Al Murray, added: “As the UK and Ireland’s largest and fastest growing OTA, we are delighted to be the world’s first Ryanair-approved package holiday provider. Our status as an approved Ryanair partner will ensure the process of booking and managing a Ryanair flight as part of a loveholidays package is seamless for customers; something no other package holiday provider can offer.

The loveholidays-Ryanair partnership means all our customers can take advantage of Ryanair’s low fares while benefiting from our unrivalled choice of hotels, flexible payment plans and ATOL protection. Ultimately, this new partnership highlights our commitment to championing consumer choice, with the overall aim of making travel more affordable and accessible while opening the world to everyone.”

Roberta Neri to join Board of Ryanair Holdings Plc

Also, the Board of Ryanair Holdings plc announced yesterday that Ms. Roberta Neri, an Italian citizen, has agreed to join the Board as a non-executive director effective from 1 Feb. 2024.  

Ms. Neri is a former CEO of ENAV, the Italian Air Navigation Services provider, where she managed the IPO process on the Italian stock exchange.  Prior to that, she was CFO of ACEA (one of the major Italian utility companies).  Ms. Neri has over 30 years experience in both corporate and financial services industries. A founding member and board director of Byom (a consulting firm focused on investment funds and companies operating in the industrial, renewable energy and infrastructure sector), Ms. Neri is also currently an Operating Partner at Asterion Industrial Partners (an independent investment management firm focusing on European infrastructure).

Ryanair’s Chairman Stan McCarthy said: “We are pleased that Roberta Neri has accepted our invitation to join the Board of Ryanair Holdings plc from 1 Feb. 2024. Roberta brings considerable aviation, regulatory and business experience to the role. As a senior Italian business figure,  we look forward to Roberta making a significant contribution to our Board as Ryanair delivers more low fare services and sustainable growth across Europe for the next decade.”

Vicky Karantzavelou
Co-Founder & Chief Editor - TravelDailyNews Media Network | Website

Vicky is the co-founder of TravelDailyNews Media Network where she is the Editor-in Chief. She is also responsible for the daily operation and the financial policy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Tourism Business Administration from the Technical University of Athens and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Wales.

She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.