Ryanair Holidays, the packaging service from the European low-cost carrier, has closed after just two years in service.
Ryanair says it is no longer possible to book a package trip with Ryanair Holidays as it is discontinuing the service.
"All previous bookings are unaffected and will be fulfilled as planned," a statement says on the homepage for Ryanair Holidays.
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Ryanair has yet to respond to requests for more details and comment.
The launch of Ryanair Holidays came in late-2016 and was positioned by the carrier as a significant step "on our journey to becoming the Amazon of air travel."
It closely followed the relaunch of the airline's accommodation-only service, Ryanair Rooms, which started up again in October of the same year through Expedia Group-owned Hotels.com and Hotelopia, the consumer-facing wing of Hotelbeds.
However, Ryanair Holidays was beset with problems from the outset.
Rough start, inglorious end
The service was taken offline at end of January 2017, just a month after its launch, due to what the airline claimed was "illegal screenscraping and mis-selling" of flights by the company powering it, LogiTravel.
The European LCC then enlisted the help (through an existing partner World2Meet) of German package travel specialist HLX Touristik to run the service on its behalf through a white label.
The new platform used the booking engine of Peakwork and initially got around 20,000 hotels from the World2Meet bedbank.
Some 200 destinations on the Ryanair network were said to be available in the packages.
Similar to the first version of Ryanair Holidays, a limited rollout was expected for the relaunched service - it was live in first Germany, Ireland and the United Kingdom, with Italy and Spain coming on stream later that year.
It is unclear as yet when precisely the service was taken down but the closure brings an end to what was considered by the airline as a major strand to its retailing strategy.
At the launch in December 2016, Ryanair chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs said the launch was a result of "incredible demand" by passengers to pull together flights with accommodation.