The airline was founded in 1984 as Danren Enterprises by Irish businessman Tony Ryan and Liam Lonergan of Club Travel, operating one route between Waterford, Ireland and London Gatwick. The company was renamed Ryanair the following year with the goal of challenging the dominance of Aer Lingus and British Airways on the Ireland-London route.
In 1998 Ryanair employed Michael O’Leary, who rolled out a “no frills” business plan highlighted by a fast turn-around, lack of business class and one model of aircraft policy.
This strategy has put Ryanair in top spot as Europe’s largest carrier, operating in 37 countries and with 81 million passengers in 2017.
Note: The departures and arrivals schedules listed below were subject to changes during the “State of Alarm” in Spain (March to June 2020), and may not all yet be back to normal – or still be temporarily under review.
Ryanair and Corvera
Ryanair has around 20 weekly departures and arrivals that transferred from San Javier to the new airport in Murcia. Flights started on 15 January 2019 when Corvera opened and include the flight connections listed below.
Ryanair operates routes between Corvera Murcia Airport and…
- Dublin, Ireland
- East Midlands
- Glasgow Prestwick
- London Luton
- London Stansted
- Palma de Mallorca
In order to check-in for your flight at Corvera Murcia Airport go to the terminal where your flight departs from, or follow the instructions provided on your ticket.
- IATA Code: FR
- Website: Ryanair.com
- Telephone: +44 871 246 0011
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