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Ryanair confirms that it expects minimal (if any) disruption to July flight schedules from Spanish labour strikes

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Ryanair operated over 88,500 flights in June.

Ryanair confirmed that it expects minimal (if any) disruption to its flights operating to/from Spain as a result of cabin crew strikes called by the USO and SITCPLA unions from July 12th to Jul 28th.

Less than 1% of Ryanair’s flights have been affected in the past month by recent minor and poorly supported cabin crew strikes called by unions who are either not recognised by or who represent tiny numbers of Ryanair crews.

Air Traffic Control (ATC) and airport staff shortages across Europe, which are beyond Ryanair’s control may however cause some minor disruption and any passengers whose flights are disrupted by ATC staff shortages will be notified of their entitlements by email/SMS.

Ryanair June traffic grows to 15.9m guests
Ryanair Holdings plc also released June traffic statistics as follows:

 

          Month

 

   Rolling Annual

         

Jun 21

Jun 22

Change

 

Jun 21

Jun 22

Change

GUESTS

5.3m

15.9m

+203%

 

35.1m

134.5m

+283%

L. FACTOR

72%

95%

+23 ppts

 

72%

86%

+14 ppts

 

Prior Months

Guests

L.F. %

December1

  9.5m

81%

January1

  7.0m

79%

February1

  8.7m

86%

March2

11.2m

87%

April

14.2m

91%

May

15.4m

92%

June

15.9m

95%

1 Dec, Jan & Feb traffic was damaged by Omicron restrictions.
2 Mar traffic was damaged by the Russian invasion of Ukraine on 24 Feb.

 

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