Ryanair July Traffic Doubles From 4.4m To 9.3m Guests

Load Factor Rises To 80% As Eu Covid Certs Roll Out

Ryanair Holdings plc released July traffic statistics as follows:


Ryanair Group 4.4m9.3m80%





Ryanair operated over 61,000 flights in July with an 80% load factor.

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, last week signed a license agreement with Optifly, a supplier of next generation schedule optimisation software. After a trial phase during 2021, Ryanair plans to roll out Optifly’s software across its fleet.

Optifly’s scheduling software will support the development of Ryanair’s network as it takes delivery of 210 “gamechanger” Boeing 8-200 aircraft and grows traffic to 200m passengers p.a. over the next five years. The increase in Ryanair’s fleet to 600 aircraft by FY26, will mean the opening of even more bases and new routes which Optifly’s scheduling software will support.

Jason McGuinness, Director of Commercial, Ryanair said

“We are excited about the potential offered by Optifly’s scheduling software to support Ryanair’s traffic growth to 200m passengers p.a. by 2026.”  

Steven Kearney, CEO of Optifly said ryanair traffic

“We are delighted to be partnering with Ryanair and are looking forward to helping them improve on their industry leading sectors per aircraft while supporting traffic growth to 200m passengers across their expanding network.”

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  1. Ernest says

    Excellent site for travellers!

  2. Fisherman says

    I’m surprised. Poor check-in service. Disorder in the line. Priority is priority, regardless of whether you paid for it or not. Just a free for all, really. Boarding the aircraft is the complete chaos, too. They can not appropriately assign seats. There is no air conditioning until the plane takes off. Uncomfortable. They make you pay more in hidden charges and then screw up what little service you could expect.

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