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- Lucrative Stocks in today's market:Ryanair Holdings plc, (NASDAQ:RYAAY) - The News JournalLucrative Stocks in today's market:Ryanair Holdings plc, (NASDAQ:RYAAY)The News JournalWith the amassed value of the company based on its existing stock price alongside the total amount of outstanding stocks, today's market cap for Ryanair Holdings plc is valued at 21128.96. The value of the Market cap relatively ensures a stable and ...and more »
- Aer Lingus and Ryanair 'close to a passenger sharing deal' - Irish TimesIrish TimesAer Lingus and Ryanair 'close to a passenger sharing deal'Irish TimesRivals Aer Lingus and Ryanair are close to a passenger sharing deal, according to International Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive, Willie Walsh. The pair have been in talks since last year about the possibility of Ryanair feeding passengers from its ...ANALYSIS: The Transatlantic Market in […]
- Ryanair's Michael O'Leary says cyclists should be 'shot' - Irish TimesIrish TimesRyanair's Michael O'Leary says cyclists should be 'shot'Irish TimesRyanair boss Michael O'Leary has said cyclists should be “taken out and shot” and that Dublin needs better commuter solutions than merely increasing the number of bikes. In a broadside on Dublin City Council, which has been promoting bicycles as a form ...Brussels attacks still dampening demand […]
- Ryanair Says Brussels Attacks Dampening Demand - AirwiseRyanair Says Brussels Attacks Dampening DemandAirwiseThe attacks on Brussels in March continue to dampen demand for flying in Europe, though traffic was strong during the Easter holidays, Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said. O'Leary last month predicted Ryanair's profits would fall by EUR€10 ...
- Boss who has helped to guide Ryanair out of the turbulence - Yorkshire PostYorkshire PostBoss who has helped to guide Ryanair out of the turbulenceYorkshire PostBack in February 2014, when Kenny Jacobs was appointed chief marketing officer of Ryanair, changing the no-frills airline's image would have seemed a gargantuan task. Not least because Mr Jacobs would be the first ever person to hold that post. Add to ...
- Ryanair plane carrying Liverpool fans flying to Spain forced to land in France after fight breaks out - Mirror.co.ukMirror.co.ukRyanair plane carrying Liverpool fans flying to Spain forced to land in France after fight breaks outMirror.co.ukA drunken brawl between two British men today forced a Spain-bound plane full of Liverpool football supporters to land in France. The Ryanair Liverpool to Alicante flight was diverted to Limoges, in the west of France, because the men […]
- Ryanair sets sights on 40 routes from Belfast International Airport - Belfast TelegraphBelfast TelegraphRyanair sets sights on 40 routes from Belfast International AirportBelfast TelegraphPolish people coming here, yes, because you have a Polish community in Northern Ireland, and people wanting to come and visit Belfast," said Ryanair's chief marketing director Kenny Jacobs. Speaking about the potential for the airline's Belfast base to ...Ryanair expanded its Belfast winter […]
- Travel Question of the Day: Simon Calder on why Ryanair is ending flights to and from Pescara in Italy - The IndependentThe IndependentTravel Question of the Day: Simon Calder on why Ryanair is ending flights to and from Pescara in ItalyThe IndependentQ Ryanair is stopping flying to Pescara in Italy at the end of October. Why? It is the only airline to fly there from the UK. Many people will lose their jobs, and the tourist […]
- Ryanair announces new routes from Belfast to Gdansk, Warsaw and Wroclaw - BBC NewsBBC NewsRyanair announces new routes from Belfast to Gdansk, Warsaw and WroclawBBC NewsRyanair has announced three new routes to Poland from its hub at Belfast International Airport. The airline will start scheduled flights to Gdansk, Warsaw and Wroclaw this winter. Ryanair will operate two flights per week to each city. The news comes ...Ryanair announces […]
- New Ryanair corporate jet costs €5000 per hour of flying - RTE.ieRTE.ieNew Ryanair corporate jet costs €5000 per hour of flyingRTE.ieRyanair has allocated one plane from its fleet to be used as a corporate jet for part of the year. The Boeing 737-700 will be available to lease at a cost of around €5,000 per hour of flying. Additional costs for airport charges and catering will […]