Ben SandilandsApr 1, 201710 Comments
Virgin Australia goes against the tide with more room in economy, for a small price
Ben SandilandsMar 12, 201713 Comments
Is British Airways telling us that it's going to be nothing more than a bigger low cost carrier?
Ben SandilandsMay 27, 20156 Comments
Being seated in the second row it was impossible in the confined space to rise enough to successfully turn one's head to survey the horrors that were happening without possibly doin
Ben SandilandsJan 26, 20151 Comment
The likelihood that Irish carrier Aer Lingus will accept a takeover bid from IAG, the company that owns British Airways and Spanish flag carrier Iberia is the stuff of battles lef
Ben SandilandsOct 15, 20147 Comments
Having previously ordered 280 Airbus A320s (100 A320 CEOs and 180 A320 NEOs) India's largest domestic carrier IndiGo has just signed an MoU for a further 250 A320 NEOs.
Ben SandilandsSep 9, 20144 Comments
Now draws closer the hour(s) of our incontinency as well as discontent. Even piddling little flights lasting only 40 minutes between take off and touch down can take more than an
Ben SandilandsSep 21, 20131 Comment
In an somewhat stunning about face, the CEO of Ryanair, Michael O'Leary has said he will stop the airline doing things that 'p*ss' passengers off. His exact word, with
Ben SandilandsAug 10, 2013
There is word that the fast growing low
Ben SandilandsMar 26, 2013
There was no sign of Michael O'Leary or reference to his free blow jobs across the Atlantic promise when his airline Ryanair finally abandoned its long haul ambitions
Ben SandilandsMar 20, 20134 Comments
Is Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary really Jeremy Clarkson, host of Top Gear? There are similarities.
Ben SandilandsJan 20, 2013
In what could get Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary 'retired' Eire's the Sunday Independent has
Ben SandilandsJan 8, 20132 Comments
Air France could be running up the white flag when it comes to full service domestic flights, something Qantas and Virgin are trying to resist in Australia
Ben SandilandsJan 7, 20133 Comments
What should have been a thoughtful discussion about fuel policy spun out of control when it came to Ryanair in Europe, forcing the Sunday Times to pay up.
Ben SandilandsJan 4, 20132 Comments
Ryanair may be run by a mad man, but it isn't unsafe, and it is suing the *rse off a UK media giant for saying it is
Ben SandilandsDec 11, 20121 Comment
Ryanair's attempts to curb coverage and commentary by
Ben SandilandsDec 8, 20123 Comments
Ryanair gets outflanked by air safety blog the Aviation Herald, over its reporting of a serious incident involving one of its flights, and adverse comments made by readers.
Ben SandilandsDec 7, 20123 Comments
Correspondence between Ryanair and The Aviation Herald has been published, concerning the former's threats to litigate against the air safety web site over its 'analysis' of a German safety agency report into an incident involving one of its jets, and reader comments.