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The latest news about ad:tech London 21-22 October 2014

by on September 1, 2014

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The Next Big Thing, Martin Sorrell, WPP, Ryanair, Kenny Jacobs, AdKoins at ad:tech

by on August 30, 2014


Bye to the bugle – has Ryanair really changed? / Dan Brain, ad:tech London

by on July 27, 2014


Hear how Ryanair plan to spend their £29m marketing budget #adtech_london

by on May 25, 2014


Laughter Spot : The one about the beautiful woman in the airport lounge

by on November 14, 2013

Our man is alone in an airport lounge.  A beautiful woman walks in and sits down at the table next to him.

He decides because she's wearing a uniform, she's probably an off-duty flight attendant.  So he decides to have a go at chatting her up by identifying the airline she flies for, thereby impressing her greatly.

Thanks to Paul Tomes in South Africa for this one.


“I hate Ryanair. Apparently, according to the New York Times, I am not alone. Many people hate Ryanair”

by on September 26, 2013

I hate Ryanair. Apparently, according to the New York Times, I am not alone. Many people hate Ryanair. Enough that the shareholders in the company are holding the CEO’s feet to the fire on how....From


O’Leary throws down a challenge to BA with plan for £6.30 flights to the US

by on September 20, 2013

Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary has thrown down the gauntlet to the major transatlantic airlines with an eye-catching plan for 'ten buck' flights to the United States.

The ebullient budget airline chief executive said he wanted tickets to start from as little as US $10 – or around £6.30 at current exchange rates – to bust open the strangle-hold of the major airlines including rivals British Airways.


What would it be like ordering a pint if bars were run like Ryanair?

by on September 4, 2013


Ryanair’s Micheal O’Leary asks for a pint of draught Guinness

by on August 29, 2013

  • Ryanair's Micheal O'Leary arrives in a hotel in Dublin, he goes to the bar and asks for a pint of draught Guinness.


Ryanair / Short of committing murder, negative publicity sells more seats than positive publicity

by on August 2, 2013