Ryanair to redesign website, use more social media

Ryanair has briefed shareholders on plans for a new website and increased reliance on social media at its annual general meeting in Dublin.

20th September, 2013
Michael O'Leary

Ryanair has briefed shareholders on plans for a new website and increased reliance on social media at its annual general meeting in Dublin.

"Our primary focus this winter will be to significantly invest in, and improve, the Ryanair.com website, our mobile platform and our interaction with passengers using social media," chief executive Michael O'Leary said.

"We are pleased to remove Recaptcha from November for individual passengers, although the security feature will remain in place...

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