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Fleet

Current fleet
As of December 2018, the Ryanair fleet consists of the following aircraft:

Ryanair Fleet
Aircraft : Boeing 737-700
In Service : 1
Orders : —
Passengers
C : 60
Y : —
Total : 60
Notes : Private bookings only plane for VIP.

Aircraft : Boeing 737-700
In Service : 1
Orders : —
Passengers
C : —
Y : 149
Total : 149
Notes : Used as a training aircraft on UK-Ireland routes in summer.

Aircraft : Boeing 737-800
In Service : 443
Orders : —
Passengers
C : —
Y : 189
Total : 189
Notes : World's largest Boeing 737-800 operator.

Aircraft : Boeing 737 MAX 8
In Service : —
Orders : 135
Passengers
C : —
Y : 197
Total : 197
Notes : High-Capacity MAX 8 200 variant , First deliveries set to start in the first half of 2019

Total 444 135

Former fleet
Ryanair has operated the following types of aircraft in the past:

Ryanair Past Fleet
Aircraft : ATR 42-300
Introduced : 1989
Retired : 1991

Aircraft : BAC One-Eleven
Introduced : 1986
Retired : 1994

Aircraft : Boeing 737-200
Introduced : 1994
Retired : 2005

Aircraft : Boeing 737-300
Introduced : 2002
Retired : 2004

Aircraft : Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante
Introduced : 1985
Retired : 1989

Aircraft : Hawker Siddeley HS 748
Introduced : 1986
Retired : 1990

Fleet development
Ryanair claims to operate the newest, and quietest fleet of aircraft in Europe.As of March 2018, the average age of the Ryanair fleet was around 6.5 years.When Boeing builds an aircraft for Ryanair, it is allocated the customer code AS, which appears in their aircraft designation as a suffix, such as 737-8AS.

Ryanair's fleet reached 200 aircraft for the first time on 5 September 2009.[198][201] All aircraft in the Ryanair fleet have been retrofitted with performance enhancing winglets and the more recent deliveries have them fitted as standard.

The company also owns three Learjet 45, based at London Stansted Airport and Bergamo Airport but registered in the Isle of Man as M-ABEU, M-ABGV and M-ABJA, which are mainly used for the quick transportation of maintenance personnel and small aircraft parts around the network.

On 13 March 2013, Ryanair signed an order for 175 new Boeing 737-800s at the Waldorf Hotel in New York. In the same press conference, Michael O'Leary said Ryanair were still evaluating the possibility of the Boeing 737 MAX, and stated their huge order in March was for the Boeing 737 Next Generation rather than the 737 MAX as they needed aircraft before the 737 MAX would enter service.

On 30 April 2014, Ryanair confirmed that they have ordered 5 more aircraft to add to their fleet, 4 of them to be delivered in 2015 and the last one to be delivered in February 2016, to bring the number of aircraft on order to 180.

Ryanair also showed interest in other aircraft, including the Comac C919, when they signed a design agreement with Comac in 2011 to help produce a rival jet to Boeing's offerings. At the Paris Airshow in 2013, Michael O'Leary stated that Comac could build a larger version of the C919 aircraft that would hold up to 200 passengers.

On 8 September 2014, Ryanair made a commitment to order 100 new Boeing 737 MAX 8s (plus options for an additional 100) for delivery from 2019.

On 1 December 2014, the airline finalised their order for up to 200 Boeing 737 MAX 200s, which are a version of the 737 MAX 8 for low-cost airlines, named after the fact that they can carry 200 passengers. The order includes 100 firm, and 100 purchase rights. This makes Ryanair the launch customer of the Boeing 737 MAX 200.

As of August 2016 around 91% of the Ryanair fleet (316 of 354 aircraft) were owned by the company, with the balance being leased.

瑞安航空 routes

Top airports by destinations 2007-17
City : London Stansted
IATA : STN
destinations : 184
retention : 73%

City : Dublin
IATA : DUB
destinations : 131
retention : 69%

City : Bergamo
IATA : BGY
destinations : 124
retention : 65%

City : Charleroi
IATA : CRL
destinations : 116
retention : 70%

City : Girona
IATA : GRO
destinations : 112
retention : 35%

City : Hahn
IATA : HHN
destinations : 103
retention : 44%

City : Weeze
IATA : NRN
destinations : 97
retention : 45%

City : Alicante
IATA : ALC
destinations : 89
retention : 61%

City : Madrid
IATA : MAD
destinations : 86
retention : 57%

City : Pisa
IATA : PSA
destinations : 86
retention : 53%

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Ryanair is Europe’s Number 1 airline, carrying over 139m customers p.a. on more than 2,000 daily flights from 86 bases, connecting 222 destinations in 37 countries. In 2017, Ryanair became the first European airline to have carried over 1 billion customers.

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Elaine M
Date of travel 八月 2019
“Nightmare”
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First time flown with this airline, ( part of a package ) hope it was the last. Priority booking doesn’t mean a thing, it’s every man for himself. Plastic seats lap tray full of crumbs and dirty cup... more +

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Date of travel 八月 2019
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€205 per person for a direct one hour flight.Booked in January for August....Is this a low cost airline??? more +

MarkPiglet
Date of travel 八月 2019
“Not as bad as I thought it would be”
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Well I suppose a review of Ryanair could be full of the gnashing of teeth and hair pulling, and god what a nightmare. BUT, speak as you find, it wasn't bad. The online booking process went well... more +

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