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Yahoo Finance Live anchor Brad Smith examines Ryanair's latest earnings report, the company’s expectations to boost profit, and future fuel price setbacks.
Air fares jumped 50% on levels seen a year earlier, to an average of €41 (£36).
Yahoo Finance Live examines the details of Ryanair's $40 billion deal with airplane manufacturer Boeing.
Yahoo Finance Live checks out shares of Boeing following the manufacturers recent deal with airline Ryanair.
The Edinburgh to Bournemouth route costs an eye-watering 239% more to complete by train than plane.
Ryanair forecasts higher airfare costs for passengers, after reporting a net profit of £185m due to increased bookings over the Christmas and New Year period.
Budget airline to offer 10% more seats this winter than pre-COVID, compared with capacity cuts of about 20% at most of its European competitors.
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Spain-based cabin crew at easyJet have suspended a planned strike at the weekend after reaching a deal with the budget airline that includes higher salaries, local union USO said on Thursday. The airline's flight attendants in Spain went on strike from July 1 to 3 and again from July 15 to 17. "After weeks of strike action and months of negotiations, the company has made us an economic proposal that, without being exactly what we were demanding, does represent an important approach to the salaries and conditions of our colleagues in Europe," Miguel Galan, general secretary of USO's easyJet section said.
Ryanair's Spanish cabin crew union members plan strikes on four days of every week until January to press demands for higher pay and better working conditions, a leader of the USO union said on Wednesday. The strike action, which is also backed by the SITCPLA union, will take place from Monday to Thursday during every week from Aug. 8 to Jan.7, it said in a statement. Ryanair played down the likely impact of the strike action and said it expected minimal disruption in Spain this winter.
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DUBLIN (Reuters) -Ryanair on Monday said that Boeing had warned it of possible delays to 21 737 MAX aircraft due for delivery before the end of the year and said it was also worried about the certification of the new MAX 10 aircraft. Boeing remains a "major area of concern" for Ryanair, one of the U.S. aerospace giant's leading customers, Group Chief Executive Michael O'Leary told investors on a call following the release of quarterly results. Asked about O'Leary's comments, a spokesperson for Boeing said it valued its partnership with Ryanair and was committed to supporting the Irish airline.
Shares in the Dublin-based budget carrier traded lower as the travel chaos clouds its forecasts beyond the summer holiday.
Airline’s chief says possibility of new coronavirus variant means it cannot forecast profit for rest of year
The airline reported first-quarter profits of 170 million euros (£145m) against net losses of 273 million euros (£233m) a year ago.
Ryanair expects to return to pre-COVID profit levels this year or next but the recovery remains fragile and could still be knocked off course by oil prices, geopolitics or an Omicron wave, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Monday. O'Leary was speaking after his airline, Europe's largest by passenger numbers, posted a profit of 170 million euros ($174 million) for the three months to the end of June, the first quarter of its financial year. "We are clearly seeing a strong recovery, there's clearly plenty of demand, but it is very fragile and capable of being damaged at very short notice if there is adverse COVID or adverse Ukraine developments," he told investors in a call.
Michael O’Leary has clashed with Grant Shapps over the Transport Secretary’s refusal to relax immigration rules to ease travel chaos.
MADRID (Reuters) -Irish airline Ryanair said on Thursday it reached a five-year agreement with labour unions representing pilots in France and in Spain to improve work conditions. The agreements, ratified by both parties on Monday, include a return to pre-COVID salaries and "allow wage improvements and other benefits beyond the full return to salaries for Ryanair pilots based in France and in Spain," the airline said in a statement. Spanish pilot union SEPLA said details still have to be ironed out before a final labour agreement is signed.
Moody's Senior Vice President Jonathan Root joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the labor shortages at airlines and airports as well as the outlook for travel disruptions and flight capacity.
The latest spate of cancellations are likely to impact over 100,000 British holidaymakers
British Airways services from Heathrow expected to bear brunt of new cancellations that will hit thousands of passengers