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Then & Now: Ryanair Fleet 2005 vs 2015

Ryanair more than tripled its fleet in the last 10 years--growing from 98 aircraft to 324 aircraft. Slide over the infographic to see how the fleet has evolved.

Ryanair more than tripled its fleet in the last 10 years--growing from 98 aircraft to 324 aircraft. The Irish low cost carrier's fleet includes Boeing and Airbus aircraft and most notably its Boeing 737-800 grew by 225 aircraft. The airline also acquired three additional type of aircraft over the decade: Airbus A320-200, Boeing 737-400 and Boeing 737-700. Below is a comparison of RyanAir's quantity and type of aircraft in 2005 then in 2015, according to Aviation Week data. Slide over the graphic to see more fleet details.


Credit: Aviation Week

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