Full HD footage of a Ryanair 737-800 taxiing, lining up and taking off from runway 35 at Cork Airport, Ireland.
This flight was departing for London Stansted as flight FR903 and departed at 12:55 local time (GMT).
This 737-800 is registered as EI-EPF and was delivered to Ryanair on 25-03-2011.
This aircraft is powered by two CFMI CFM56-7B26 Engines
This footage was filmed with a Cannon Legria HFM 306 camcorder from Lioas Cross at Cork Airport.
The Scanner you hear in this footage is a GRECOM PSR-282
History of Ryanair:
Ryanair is the World's favourite airline and operates more than 1,400 flights per day from 44 bases and 1100+ low fare routes across 27 countries, connecting 160 destinations. Ryanair operates a fleet of 250 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft with firm orders for a further 64 new aircraft (before taking account of planned disposals), which will be delivered over the next 2 years. Ryanair currently has a team of more than 8,000 people and expects to carry approximately 73.5 million passengers in the current fiscal year.
Ryanair Safety Record :
During its 23-year operating history, Ryanair has not had a single incident involving major injury to a passenger or a member of its flight crew. Ryanair manifests its commitment to safe operations through its safety training procedures, its investment in safety-related equipment and its adoption of an internal confidential reporting system for safety issues. The Company's board of directors also has an air safety committee to review and discuss air safety and related issues.
Ryanair's flight training is oriented towards accident prevention and covers all aspects of flight operations. Ryanair maintains full control of the content and delivery of all of its flight crew training, both initial and recurrent. All training programs are approved by the Irish Aviation Authority (the "IAA"), which regularly audits both operation control standards and flight crew training standards for compliance with JAA requirements ("JARs").
All of the Boeing 737-800s that Ryanair has bought or committed to buy are certified for Category IIIA landings (automatic landings with minimum horizontal visibility of 200 meters and no vertical visibility).
Ryanair has a comprehensive and documented safety management system. Management encourages flight crews to report any safety-related issues through the Safety Alert Initial Report reporting program or to use the confidential reporting system, which is available through Ryanair's Flight Safety Offices. The confidential reporting system affords flight crews the opportunity to report directly to senior management any event, error or discrepancy in flight operations that they do not wish to report through standard reporting channels. The confidential reporting system is designed to increase management's awareness of problems that may be encountered by flight crews in their day-to-day operations. Management uses the information reported through all reporting systems to modify operating procedures and improve flight operation standards.
Ryanair has installed an Operational Flight Data Monitoring (OFDM) system on each of its Boeing 737- 800 aircraft, which automatically provides a confidential report on the procedures followed by pilots. The purpose of this system is to monitor operational trends and inform management of any instance of an operational limit being exceeded. By analyzing these reports, management is able to identify potential areas of risk and take steps to rectify any deviations from normal operating procedures, thereby ensuring adherence to Ryanair's flight safety standards.