Articles tagged “ryanair”

Airline Weekly

Eurowings Adds 8 Berlin Routes to Exploit EasyJet and Ryanair Cutting Flights

EasyJet and Ryanair's struggles in Berlin are Eurowings' gain.

Eurowings Adds 8 Berlin Routes to Exploit EasyJet and Ryanair Cutting Flights

Airline Weekly

Ryanair CEO Sees Independent Rivals Snapped Up in Mergers

European aviation is on its way to looking more like the U.S. market, with Ryanair as the low-cost leader — obviously — as Ryanair Group CEO Michael O'Leary sees it.

Ryanair CEO Sees Independent Rivals Snapped Up in Mergers

Airlines

Ryanair Posts Record Profit Thanks to Pent-up Demand

Even as costs have been soaring, Ryanair has managed to swing back to profit. Clearly, CEO Michael O’Leary was right when he said he has this pandemic mess all worked out.

Ryanair Posts Record Profit Thanks to  Pent-up Demand

Airlines

Ryanair CEO Predicts Airline Fares Will Go Even Higher

Seems like Ryanair won't be bringing back its $10 flights in a hurry.

Ryanair CEO Predicts Airline Fares Will Go Even Higher

Airlines

French Air Traffic Control Strike Disrupts Flights in Europe

Inflation is a contributing factor in strikes that have sewn havoc in European travel this summer.

French Air Traffic Control Strike Disrupts Flights in Europe

News Blog

Lufthansa, Ryanair Sign Sustainable Fuel Deals Ahead of EU Mandate

The Lufthansa Group and Ryanair have signed significant new sustainable aviation fuel agreements ahead of an expected EU mandate aimed at boosting demand for the fuels. Both airlines will take sustainable aviation fuel supplies from Austrian-based OMV beginning in 2023. Lufthansa has signed for 211 million gallons (800,000 metric tonnes) over seven years through 2030,…

Airline Weekly

Ryanair Expands Lead as UK’s Largest Airline as Competitors Pull Back

Discounter Ryanair never hesitates to grab marketshare when its competitors are down. With British Airways continuing to face issues at London Heathrow, the discounter is adding flights.

Ryanair Expands Lead as UK’s Largest Airline as Competitors Pull Back

Business Travel

Concur Rebuilds Booking Tool From Scratch for Younger Business Travelers

The ubiquitous company booking tool is getting its first overhaul in 15 years, to let the next generation of business travelers book more of what they want. That’s the good news. The bad news is it’s going to take a while.

Concur Rebuilds Booking Tool From Scratch for Younger Business Travelers

Airline Weekly

Airlines That Hedged on Fuel Prices Emerged Winners in Second Quarter

The June quarter was highlighted by a surge in air travel and marred by high oil prices, but some airlines had a secret weapon.

Airlines That Hedged on Fuel Prices Emerged Winners in Second Quarter

Airlines

Ryanair Eyes Return to Pre-Crisis Profitability But Sees Fragile Recovery

Irish budget airline Ryanair may turn out to be stronger financially than most of its peers after its rivals report their earnings, too.

Ryanair Eyes Return to Pre-Crisis Profitability But Sees Fragile Recovery