Low-cost Irish airline, Ryanair, has been ridiculed for where it thinks cities throughout Ireland and the United Kingdom are located on a map.
According to Ryanair, Derry is located near Killybegs in south Donegal and Dublin was moved over 60 miles away and dropped right on the border between Newry and Dundalk.
Perhaps the most bizarre geographical blunder was the decision taken by Ryanair to re-locate English city, Newcastle, in Scotland.
The blunder was noticed by Ryanair passengers who spotted the map in the airline’s inflight magazine ‘Let’s Go’.
When contacted by The Derry Journal on Wednesday a spokesperson for Ryanair showed the low-cost airline is noth without a sense of humour.
“We fly to so many airports (189 across Europe), we can barely fit them on the same page, never mind the same map.”