Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary first launched the airline’s charity calendar featuring stewardesses from his airline over five years ago and it continues to be a success!
Since it first launched the charity calendar has raised over £600K. The Teenage Cancer Trust is dedicated to improving the quality of life and survival chances for young people with cancer aged between 13 and 24. The charity funds and builds specialist units in NHS hospitals. It also provides dedicated staff who bring young people together to be treated by teenage cancer experts.
The calendar is on sale on board all Ryanair aircraft, subject to availability for a cost of £10. It can also be ordered on the Internet.
Watch the “making of” the Ryanair calendar video below to meet the team. See where the photo shoots took place from a studio in Dublin to beach locations in Crete, Greece.
Ryanair has recently launched six new services from Manchester Airport. They will be basing more aircraft at Manchester Airport. This will enable Ryanair to launch six new routes to European destinations. Additional flights to 10 existing destinations are also planned. Almost 400 new jobs have been created as a result of the expansion by the Irish Airline.
The new services from Manchester (MAN) will link to Bratislava, Bremen (Slovakia), Brindisi (Germany), Carcassonne (Italy), Limoges (France) and Malta. It will increase the frequency of its flights to Alicante, Barcelona, Dublin, Faro, Ibiza, Madrid, Milan, Rome, Valencia and Warsaw.