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All About Ryanair
Ryanair is an Irish low-cost airline that has its head office at Dublin Airport, its other main base being at London Stansted Airport.
Ryanair operates around 250 aircraft on well over 1,100 routes across the whole of Europe as well as Morocco. It now operates from over 40 bases.
In Europe, Ryanair is the largest low-cost carrier. It is also the 3rd largest airline in Europe in terms of passenger numbers.
Ryanair was founded by Christopher Ryan, Liam Lonergan and Tony Ryan (that’s why it’s called Ryanair!) in 1985.
The airline started out with just a 15-seat plane that flew between Waterford (the largest city in the South East of Ireland) and Gatwick Airport. At that time on London to Ireland flights were almost exclusively held by British Airways and Aer Lingus, and Ryanair were keen to break into the market in which the two airways had dominant control.
At this time there became a partial EU Deregulation for airlines in order to encourage more flights within Europe. This deregulation meant that all it now needed for Ryanair to set up further destinations was to get one of the two governments of the intended destinations to give their approval. Ryanair applied to the Irish Government who refused permission in order to protect Aer Lingus. Luckily for Ryanair, Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government was extremely pro-free market and so approved Ryanair’s application. This allowed Ryanair free to expand and so in 1986 it added a second route – flying from Dublin to Luton.
With two planes on two different routes the new airline carried over 82,000 passengers in just one year.
Over the years, passenger numbers continued to increase however Ryanair ran at a loss most of the time, therefore in 1991 it was decided that it was in need of restructuring. O’Leary was made deputy chief executive of Ryanair- given the job of making the airline profitable.
O’Leary visited Southwest Airlines, the American low-cost airline. Southwest Airlines had (and still do!) an extremely successful business model that involved flying multiple short, quick trips, generally into smaller and less costly airports, and using only one type of aircraft (the Boeing 737)
O’Leary realised that this business model, based upon “No – Frills” was the way ahead for Ryanair, (with the key to low fares being a very quick turn-around times for planes). . In 1994 O’Leary was promoted to chief executive. Ryanair’s low-cost business model was so successful that by its 10th birthday, in 1995, it carried 2.25 million passengers…..for more about Ryanair click here
Flicks Bar IS showing the World Cup 2010…
We are very excited about all the special events that we have planned for you at Flicks Bar, Corralejo for the Live World Cup England matches that are being shown. For those of you who are here in Corralejo while the World Cup is being shown, we do suggest that you come in and see us at Flicks Bar before the game one evening. We can give you all the information of what is being planned…. and we’ll give you a ticket to make sure you will receive the special World Cup Drinks promotions that are going on!
Also, for those of you are traveling with Thomas Cook, Thomson or First Choice to Corralejo then make sure you ask your Holiday Representative all about the events planned for the England World Cup games being shown in Flicks Bar.
First Choice, Thomson and Thomas Cook will also have Exclusive Flicks Bar World Cup 2010 Special Deals and promotions going on for all of the England 2010 World Cup matches.
So, if you want the best World Cup atmosphere, if you want the best pub or bar with the best drink deals in Corralejo, if you want TWO large projector screens with five large plasma TVs with surround sound English commentary for all matches….. then Flicks Bar Corralejo is the best and only place to be! And if you want to celebrate the England victories well into the wee hours, then Flicks Bar is the ONLY place in Corralejo to be as well!
We look forward to seeing you!
Ps For those of you who have not yet booked your holiday to Corralejo because you were scared that the matches will not be shown….. now you know that they are…so don’t miss out… get booking now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
England World Cup Games Schedule
As we explained before, we have some very special events planned for the 2010 World Cup in Flicks Bar, Corralejo.
We are going to have two large Projector Screens (One in Flicks Lounge Bar and one in Flicks Karaoke and Disco Bar), with a large terrace area to watch the matches and sunbathe at the same time. On the large terrace there will also be supervised (Thomas Cook Children’s reps) kids’ events such as England Face Painting, and games.
Inside the bar there is fantastic Air conditioning with the World Cup showing on five large screen Plasma TVs.
There are also special World Cup England gifts available as well as Flicks Bar England World Cup Football drinks and some unbeatable cheap drink deals! There are also other events and special deals being provided by both Thomas Cook and Thomson & First Choice!
As you can see…Flicks Bar really IS going to be THE best place to watch the England matches in the World Cup!!!!!!
The World Cup 2010 is being held in South Africa, so the matches are being shown at good times. We will be showing ALL of the England matches but here are the first 3 World Cup group games that England will be playing:
England V USA
Saturday 12th June 2010
Flicks Bar open 6.00pm
Kick Off 7.30pm
England V Algeria
Friday 18th June 2010
Flicks Bar open 6.00pm
Kick Off 7.30pm
Slovenia V England
Wednesday 23rd June 2010
Flicks Bar open 14.00
Kick Off 15.00
Look forward to seeing you in Flicks Bar over your special World Cup 2010 holiday…..