Ryanair sets up offshoot for charters

Separate airline launched in Poland

9th April, 2017
Michael O’Leary, chief executive of Ryanair Picture: Bloomberg

Ryanair has established a new separate airline to take on Europe’s lucrative holiday charter market to be tested initially in Eastern Europe.

Ryanair Sun was quietly launched last week initially in Poland, but if successful, it may be rolled out across other major charter markets such as Germany, according to industry sources.

The new airline, which Ryanair has established using a separate Polish airline operations certificate (AOC), will initially serve the Polish charter...

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