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A second bomb alert during a Ryanair flight in an installation. A Briton has been arrested!

Ryanair 737

A Ryanair plane flying from London to Norway landed safely at Oslo's main airport after a bomb threat while the aircraft was in the air, The suspect, a 51-year-old Briton, was arrested, Norwegian police said, according to Reuters and AFP.

The ship will now be examined by emergency crews, but also by a specialized crew, said police, who added that all 142 passengers were evacuated safely.

"The crew on board the London Stansted flight to Oslo today discovered a ticket claiming there was a potential security threat on board," a spokeswoman said in an email to Reuters.

"The captain followed the procedures and continued the flight to Oslo airport and landed safely," she added.

The plane was escorted to the ground by an F-16 belonging to the Danish Air Force.

This is the second such incident involving a Ryanair plane this week after a Ryanair flight from Krakow to Dublin was forced to land at Stansted Airport near London after going to the toilet. a ticket was found claiming explosives on board.

War between Ryanair and Wizz Air carriers. It is in open conflict on the Hungarian market. Source:

12 July 2020 Buzz plane

Ryanair announced in a statement on Friday that it would challenge the decision of a Hungarian court, taken at the request of rival carrier Wizz Air to block the operation of Buzz in Hungary, which is a subsidiary of the Irish air carrier, using its own Buzz brand on the Hungarian market.

For the past 17 years, the Buzz brand has been in the Ryanair group.

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History of Ryanair

3 July 2020 Ryanair 737-800 NG

Ryanair also had a history, of course. At times the company has had difficult times, at other times it has prospered, becoming the largest low-cost carrier in Europe in 2020 and not needing any financial help from the Irish government. If you can believe it, it has a fleet of 432 Boeing 737-800 and a 737-700, used for pilot training.

At first - in 1985

Bombardier EMB 110 Bandeirante RyanAir first aired.

This company was founded by Tony Ryan and Christopher Ryan. The first aircraft was a Bombardier EMB 110 Bandeirante.

1986- 2 new aircraft in the fleet

Ryanair Hawker Siddeley HS 748

The following year, a Hawker Siddeley HS 748 and a BAC One-Eleven joined the fleet. That year Ryanair had 82,000 passengers.

Ryanair BAC One-Eleven

1986-1989: A great expansion

ATR 43-300 With the great expansion of 1986-1989, Ryanair introduced an ATR 43-300 in its fleet

During this period they introduced new routes and took an ATR 43-300 in the fleet. With this modernization, Ryanair removed from the fleet the EMB 110 Bandeirante bomber (the first aircraft). In 1990 Ryanair had 600,000 passengers. With these many investments, Ryanair began to lose money.

The big change

Ryanair 737-200

In 1994 Ryanair removed all 3 aircraft from its fleet and the 737 era began. Initially, Boeing 737-200s joined the fleet. Since then, Ryanair has been a success. In 1995 they had 2.25 million passengers. It wasn't until 1999 that Ryanair began buying the too-usual 737-800 (NG-Next Generation).

CURIOSITY : Did you know that Ryanair was one of the first airlines to have websites?