Ryanair quiz

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Question 1 of 10

When was Ryanair Limited, now known as ‘Ryanair DAC’ formally incorporated?

July 1982
February 1983
May 1984
November 1984

Question 2 of 10

In July 1985, Ryanair launched its first scheduled route — which two airports did it link?

Waterford and London Gatwick
Dublin and London Luton
Cork and London Stansted
Shannon and London Southend

Question 3 of 10

Today Ryanair flies Boeing 737-800s and MAXs, but what was the company’s first

jet type?

Vickers Viscount
BAC One-Eleven
British Aerospace BAe 146-200
Boeing 737-200

Question 4 of 10

When did Ryanair accept its first Boeing 737-800?

March 1999
January 2000
March 2001
December 2002

Question 5 of 10

In 2019, the company relaunched one of its subsidiaries as Buzz, but what was it previously known as?

Ryanair Sea
Ryanair Poland
Ryanair Sun
Ryanair Leisure

Question 6 of 10

What was the average duration of a Ryanair flight in 2020?

1.19 hours
1.42 hours
1.89 hours
2.31 hours

Question 7 of 10

Ancillary revenues are big business for the Irish LCC. What percentage of

Ryanair’s total operating revenues come from these add-on sales?

28 per cent
34 per cent
41 per cent
47 per cent

Question 8 of 10

Lauda breaks the Ryanair norm by using Airbus equipment. What’s the typical seat count on board one of its A320s?


Question 9 of 10

What is the IATA airline code for Ryanair DAC?


Question 10 of 10

What is the ICAO airline code for Ryanair DAC?


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