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Ryanair "history" by Dare

April 20, 2015

It's Ryanair's 30th birthday this year and the brand has released a TV ad that celebrates the milestone and draws

Ryanair: updates website

Ryanair unveils new-look website in attempt to update brand image

Ryanair has overhauled its garish yellow and blue website to reveal a refreshed and softened look on the airline's online

Michael O'Leary: grilled

The best and worst of Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary's #GrillMOL Twitter Q&A

Following on from British Gas's Twitter disaster, yesterday afternoon saw Ryanair's Michael O'Leary take to the platform, with mixed results.

Ryanair: asks for customer service ideas with #TellMOL campaign

Ryanair #TellMOL campaign asks for customer service ideas

Ryanair has rolled out a social-media campaign that asks consumers for ideas about how it can improve its customer service.

Michael O'Leary: the chief executive officer of Ryanair

Ryanair's O'Leary u-turns on 'I'm our marketing director' stance

Ryanair's Michael O'Leary, one of the most outspoken airline chiefs, known for praising the benefits of bad publicity and claiming

Ryanair: launches Twitter account

Ryanair revamps digital strategy with creation of Twitter account

Ryanair, the brand that has notoriously eschewed social media, ignored Facebook complaint groups created by disgruntled customers and has barely

Michael O’Leary: Ryanair's chief executive disputes UK Competition Commission ruling

Ryanair hits out at CC ruling to write down Aer Lingus stake

Ryanair, the no-frills airline run by Michael O'Leary, is appealing the UK Competition Commission's command to write down its 29.8%

Ryanair: takes legal action against C4 Dispatches

Ryanair 'to sue' C4 over Dispatches documentary

Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said he plans to sue Channel 4 over the passenger safety allegations made in the

Michael O'Leary: "marketing companies are rubbish"

Ryanair's Michael O'Leary: 'Short of committing murder, bad publicity sells more seats'

Amid reports that Ryanair is asking its pilots to fly more slowly to save money on fuel, Marketing spoke to

Philip Davies, president EMEA, Siegel+Gale

Think BR: Simplicity isn't a trend, it's a necessity

Consumers continue to say that they're willing to pay a premium for simplified experiences, writes Philip Davies, president EMEA, Siegel+Gale.


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