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Ryanair

 

Ryanair (ISEQ: RYA, LSE: RYA, NASDAQ: RYAAY) is an Irish low cost airline with its head office at Dublin Airport, Ireland, and with primary operational bases at Dublin Airport and London Stansted Airport.

Ryanair operates across Europe and Morocco from over 41 bases.

 

Headlines Around the Web

EasyJet: flying high

Nov 20 - Financial Times

Michael O’Leary, mouthy airline chief

Nov 09 - Financial Times

Ryanair takes wing after ‘winter wobble’

Sep 19, 2013 - Financial Times

Articles About Ryanair

A plane prepares to land
Air France Pilots’ Strike: Only 40% of Scheduled Wednesday Flights Will Operate

By IBTimes AU

Air France enters its second day strike by the pilots this Wednesday. Only 40% of scheduled flights will be operated. (Sep 17)

A departure time flight board displays various cancellations as passengers stand nearby at Ben Gurion International airport in Tel Aviv  July 22, 2014. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) banned U.S. carriers from flying to or from Ben Gurion Intern
Global Air Travel Alert: Air France Pilots Stage Labour Strike

By IBTimes AU

Pilots of Air France will stage a work stoppage from Sept 15-22. (Sep 15)

An airplane of German air carrier Lufthansa lands at the airline's main hub, the Fraport airport in Frankfurt, March 14 2013. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
Canada Jetlines Working to Become Canada's 1st Ultra Low-Cost Air Carrier

By IBTimes AU

Canada could be seeing soon on its many runways its first ultra low-cost air carrier as Canada Jetlines Ltd. announced plans of raising $10-million to be able to enlist on the TSX Venture Exchange. (Jul 03)

MORE TOPICS: INVESTMENT

Aviation Week Names Rex as Australia’s Best Performing Airline & 5th in Global List; Qantas in 50th Place

By IBTimes AU

Australian air carrier Regional Express (Rex) was named on Monday the best performing airline in the country during the Aviation Week and Space Technology's yearly Top Performing Airlines awards. (Jun 04)

MORE TOPICS: JAPAN AIRLINES, JAPAN, AUSTRALIA, QANTAS

Scottish Leader to take Independence Fight to London

By Reuters

An independent Scotland would be a prosperous country that would retain close ties with the United Kingdom if voters choose to go it alone in the September 18 referendum, Scottish leader Alex Salmond will say on Tuesday. (Mar 04)

MORE TOPICS: ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, UNITED KINGDOM, BANK OF ENGLAND, LONDON

File photograph shows the nose cone of an Airbus A380 next to the tail fin of an Airbus A320 at the Farnborough Airshow 2012 in southern England July 10, 2012.
Mega-merger Restores Ireland as Air Finance Hub

By Reuters

Twenty years after the spectacular collapse of Irish tycoon Tony Ryan's plane leasing empire, the Emerald Isle has restored its grip on the world's aircraft fleet with a mega-merger that could pave the way for a wave of multi-billion-dollar IPOs. (Jan 20)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GENERAL ELECTRIC, AIG, CALIFORNIA, MANAGEMENT

UK Air Passengers Face Another Day of Disruption

By IBTimes UK

Technical glitch that affected hundreds of flights across UK and Ireland resolved, but knock-on effects continue. (Dec 08)

MORE TOPICS: LONDON

Passengers Face Delays at UK Airports After More Than 200 Flights are Cancelled

By IBTimes UK

Passengers have been waiting up to five hours after a technical fault lead to a reduced services at UK airports. (Dec 08)

MORE TOPICS: LONDON

Air Traffic Control Glitch Grounds Flights Across UK and Ireland

By IBTimes UK

A technical problem with air traffic control systems has caused flight cancellations and delays across UK and Ireland. (Dec 07)

MORE TOPICS: LONDON

Essex Forced Caesarean Scandal: Social Services 'Acted Like Hitler Regime'

By IBTimes UK

Lawyers say Essex County Council tricked detained Italian mother and took baby without permission. (Dec 04)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, LAWYER, BIPOLAR DISORDER