Ryanair which operates over 600,000 flights a year with a performance of 88% on-time arrivals in the last 12 months has decided to start direct flights to Dalaman, Turkey.
According to a report by Reuters, Ryanair will launch flights to Turkey as of today. Based on same report, the company announced that flights would be made to Dalaman. Ryanair was founded in 1985 in Ireland, and the company has been flying with low-cost tickets for ten years. According to the company's announcement, flights will be made to Dalaman from Dublin and Bratislava.
Ryanair is referred to as Europe’s number 1 budget airline and carries about 130 million passengers annually with more than 2,000 daily flights from 87 bases. It connects 211 destinations in 34 countries. On the other hand another credit for the company is that it cancels fewer flights than any other airline.
Ryanair is said to be the first in the world aviation industry after American companies. Ryanair's fleet is said to be close to 400 aircraft.
The company is also well known for its low fares which are among the main reasons for its rapid growth. Moreover, it is noteworthy to mention that Ryanair became the first European airline company to have carried over 1 billion customers, last year.