Articles tagged “ryanair”

Ryanair Is the Latest Airline to Suffer Brexit-Induced Turbulence

While an expected profit of almost $1.5 billion is still mighty impressive, the warning signs are there that a prolonged period of Brexit-based uncertainty is likely to be very bad news for airlines.

5 days ago

Three Months In, UK Travel Industry Learning to Live With Brexit

With the UK government seemingly determined to sever all ties with the European Union, things don’t look great for the travel industry. For the time being there’s not much companies can do but hope for the best.

2 weeks ago

Ryanair CEO Says Brexit Will Likely Hurt Profits For Four Years

Bottom line, so far Brexit is looking bad for business in the UK and Ryanair is already preparing for that kind of future.

4 weeks ago

Brexit Isn’t Stopping UK Low-Cost Carrier Jet2 From Moving Into London’s Stansted Airport

One airline's Brexit is another airline's treasure, or something like that. Jet2 is moving into London's Standsted Airport because it feels there's a lack of packaged holidays there, something low-cost challenger Ryanair can't compete with.

1 month ago

Ryanair Boss Explains Just Why Brexit Will Be So Difficult

The European Union revolutionised the airline industry in Europe, helping to foster the boom in cheap flights by creating a single market and doing away with bilateral agreements. How the UK extricates itself from this will be just one area to keep an eye on in the coming negotiations.

2 months ago

Ryanair Looks to Boost Bookings by Slashing Ticket Prices

Ryanair has never been shy about cutting fares to stimulate demand and in a difficult environment its aggressive tactics could well pay off again.

2 months ago

Will Low-Cost Airlines Benefit From a Brexit-Induced Corporate Travel Slowdown?

If the UK economy moves into recession, companies will look to slash their corporate travel budget. Full service carriers like British Airways are likely to take the bigger hit, which could benefit low-cost airlines like easyJet.

2 months ago

Brexit Fears and Italian Tax Cuts Bring More Ryanair Flights to Rome and Milan

Ryanair is repositioning dozens of jets on order from the UK to other European countries and Italy is a beneficiary because of its decision to avoid a hike of airline-ticket taxes. Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary likes that tax advantage.

2 months ago

Ryanair Plans to Flood Market with Cheap Seats

Look for more bargain fares soon on Ryanair, which said this week its prices could drop by as much as 12 percent within one year.

3 months ago

How 4 European Low-Cost Carriers Are Preparing for Their Own Brexit

Despite all the sabre-rattling, it could be business as usual for Europe's low cost carriers even if the United Kingdom leaves the EU.

4 months ago

UK Airline Stocks Plunge Following Pro-Brexit Vote

It's going to be a bumpy few weeks (or months, or years) as the implications of the vote unfold.

4 months ago

Brexit Is Bad News for Europe’s Low-Cost Carriers

Travel and tourism has been one of Europe's economic strengths in recent year. The Brexit would complicate matters for airlines, tour operators, and many others in the travel industry.

4 months ago