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Ryanair’s Digital Boarding Pass App gets a Mixed Welcome

They’ve embraced the web and social media and they’re hiring geeks for their “innovation hub” in Swords, complete with giant chess and multi-coloured cubicles (we can’t confirm the existence of beanbags). But the flight path to online success is fraught with turbulence, and the response to Ryanair’s new mobile app, launched yesterday, can be described as mixed. The […]

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Ryanair Labs is Launched – and They’re Hiring

Ryanair today announced Ryanair Labs, “a state-of-the-art digital and IT innovation hub” based at its Dublin Office Campus in Swords, as it continues the recruitment of 200 new staff to develop “a world class online travel platform”. It’s the latest step in the company’s embrace of the internet, which saw the replacement of their old “1990s-style” website last […]

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Ryanair Recruiting For “Future of Web Travel”

Ryanair are currently on a recruitment drive to fill a number of positions related to their online presence. As the airline is pretty much 100% online it only makes sense that they’d want to invest in staffing the teams that manage their online presence.. So Michael O’ Leary’s face might be following you around LinkedIn […]

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Ryanair’s Party Political Broadcast

Ryanair’s commitment to social media continues as their new head of marketing took to Twitter yesterday for the latest in their weekly series of #AskRyanair sessions. Meanwhile, Michael O’Leary showed up on their new TV ad, produced by TV3 and broadcast during Wednesday’s episode of Coronation Street. [youtube]http://youtu.be/QjfmjznXksU[/youtube] Traditionally Ryanair has rejected expensive TV advertising […]

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Ryanair want to charge €2.99 for their mobile app

Ryanair Want To Charge For Their Mobile App?

Ryanair have launched a mobile app for iPhone. That in itself isn’t exactly “news”. What is, however, is that the budget airline want to charge users €2.99 to download it! None of the other airlines charge for their mobile apps (why would they??), so what makes Ryanair’s app worth €2.99? Does it have extra functionality? […]

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