Ryanair, Denmark’s fastest growing airline, today (22 May) thanked Mayor Frank Jensen as it celebrated record Copenhagen website visits, with bookings jumping by 45% this week. Ryanair also received over 100 unsolicited job applications from Danish pilots looking to join Ryanair, where they can earn 1,190,000 DKK per annum salaries.

To celebrate its record week of Copenhagen bookings, Ryanair is launching a “Thanks Frank” seat sale with fares on its 4 Copenhagen routes to Dublin, London, Milan, Warsaw available from just 69DKK, for travel in June, ensuring the 45,000 municipal workers banned by Frank from flying Ryanair can enjoy a well earned break. These low fare seats are available for booking until midnight Monday (25 May).

- Ryanair is celebrating a record week in Denmark with bookings up 45%, thanks to all of the free publicity generated by Mayor Frank Jensen. We have also received over 100 applications from Danish pilots wanting to join Ryanair and earn salaries of over 1.1m DKK per annum.

To celebrate our record bookings and job applications, we are launching a “Thanks Frank” seat sale on 4 Copenhagen routes to Dublin, London, Milan and Warsaw, with fares starting from just 69DKK for travel in June. Customers should book them quick, before Frank bans them!, Ryanair’s Robin Kiely say in a pressrelease.