|Bid||95.57 x 800|
|Ask||97.18 x 900|
|Day's range||94.86 - 96.19|
|52-week range||55.90 - 125.75|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.44|
|PE ratio (TTM)||18.65|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||28 Oct 2015|
|1y target est||107.75|
Hydrogen planes are “completely unfeasible”, Michael O’Leary has said, as the Ryanair chief opens the door to remaining at the helm of Europe’s biggest airline for the better part of another decade.
Ryanair is increasingly confident that it will get almost all of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft it is due to receive in time for its peak summer season, Chief Financial Officer Neil Sorahan said on Wednesday. Chief Executive Michael O'Leary has said he was hopeful of receiving 40 to 45 of 51 Boeing MAX aircraft due for delivery by the summer, up from a previous forecast of 40. "I have to say credit where credit's due and things are improving," Sorahan told the AirFinance Journal conference in Dublin.
Air fares are rising at their fastest rate since records began as carriers capitalise on pent-up demand following coronavirus lockdowns. Ticket prices rose by 44.1pc last year, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the largest rise since records began being compiled in 1989. The increases come as the boss of Ryanair, the biggest airline in Europe, said that fares would continue rising in 2023 by “high single digits” percentages. Michael O’Leary said that the budget carrier had e