RYAAY - Ryanair Holdings plc

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112.89
-2.57 (-2.23%)
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Previous close115.46
Open115.42
Bid111.71 x 1200
Ask113.59 x 300
Day's range111.75 - 115.42
52-week range90.28 - 127.61
Volume294,803
Avg. volume318,467
Market cap21.995B
Beta0.51
PE ratio (TTM)15.36
EPS (TTM)7.35
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est120.67
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  • Reuters15 hours ago

    European cabin crew unions give Ryanair June 30 deadline on contracts

    European unions representing Ryanair cabin crew on Tuesday gave the airline until June 30 to adopt national employment laws for all their workers or face industrial action during the summer, the unions said after meeting in Lisbon. The SNPVAC union, which represents Ryanair Portuguese cabin crew staff, staged a strike early in April over what it says is the airline's failure to recognise Portuguese labour rights, including doctor-approved sick days. Five unions representing Ryanair European cabin crew met on Tuesday and agreed on the deadline.

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 hours ago

    European cabin crew unions give Ryanair June 30 deadline on contracts

    European unions representing Ryanair cabin crew on Tuesday gave the airline until June 30 to adopt national employment laws for all their workers or face industrial action during the summer, the unions ...

  • Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: United Continental, Southwest Airlines, Delta Air and Ryanair
    Zacks19 hours ago

    Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: United Continental, Southwest Airlines, Delta Air and Ryanair

    Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: United Continental, Southwest Airlines, Delta Air and Ryanair

  • Ryanair agrees to buy 25 more Boeing 737 MAX planes
    Reuters23 hours ago

    Ryanair agrees to buy 25 more Boeing 737 MAX planes

    Ryanair (RYA.I) has agreed to buy a further 25 Boeing (BA.N) 737 MAX planes, worth $3 billion at list prices, lifting its order of the U.S. planemaker's flagship short-haul plane model to 135, the two companies said on Tuesday. The Irish low-cost carrier, which is the largest operator of Boeing planes in Europe, purchased 100 737 MAX planes in 2014 and took out options on 100 more. Ryanair said the order leaves it with 75 more options.

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    Ryanair agrees to buy 25 more Boeing 737 MAX planes

    Ryanair (RYA.I) has agreed to buy a further 25 Boeing (BA.N) 737 MAX planes, worth $3 billion (2.15 billion pounds) at list prices, lifting its order of the U.S. planemaker's flagship short-haul plane model to 135, the two companies said on Tuesday. The Irish low-cost carrier, which is the largest operator of Boeing planes in Europe, purchased 100 737 MAX planes in 2014 and took out options on 100 more. Ryanair said the order leaves it with 75 more options.

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 hours ago

    Ryanair agrees to buy 25 more Boeing 737 MAX planes

    Ryanair has agreed to buy a further 25 Boeing (NYSE: BA - news) 737 MAX planes, worth $3 billion at list prices, lifting its order of the U.S. planemaker's flagship short-haul plane model to 135, the two companies said on Tuesday. The Irish low-cost carrier, which is the largest operator of Boeing planes in Europe, purchased 100 737 MAX planes in 2014 and took out options on 100 more. Ryanair said the order leaves it with 75 more options.

  • Ryanair recognizes German union to represent cabin crew: Verdi
    Reuters2 days ago

    Ryanair recognizes German union to represent cabin crew: Verdi

    Ryanair (RYA.I) made an offer last week to formally recognize labor union Verdi to represent cabin crew in Germany, Verdi said in a statement on Monday. "We welcome this first step toward collective bargaining," Verdi board member Christine Behle said in a statement. "A reform of working conditions for cabin crew at Ryanair in Germany is urgently needed," she added.

  • Ryanair recognises German union to represent cabin crew - Verdi
    Reuters2 days ago

    Ryanair recognises German union to represent cabin crew - Verdi

    Ryanair (RYA.I) made an offer last week to formally recognise labour union Verdi to represent cabin crew in Germany, Verdi said in a statement on Monday. "We welcome this first step toward collective bargaining," Verdi board member Christine Behle said in a statement. "A reform of working conditions for cabin crew at Ryanair in Germany is urgently needed," she added.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Ryanair recognises German union to represent cabin crew - Verdi

    Ryanair made an offer last week to formally recognise labour union Verdi to represent cabin crew in Germany, Verdi said in a statement on Monday. "We welcome this first step toward collective bargaining," Verdi board member Christine Behle said in a statement. "A reform of working conditions for cabin crew at Ryanair in Germany is urgently needed," she added.

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    Zacks4 days ago

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    Headwinds That Might Dent Airline Industry Momentum

  • Ryanair balks at Irish union recognition demands
    Reuters7 days ago

    Ryanair balks at Irish union recognition demands

    Ryanair (RYA.I), which pledged to recognise unions to avert widespread strikes late last year, has balked at Irish union FORSA/IALPA's demands to be recognised as the representative for pilots in its home market. Ryanair Chief People Officer Eddie Wilson in a letter dated April 13 seen by Reuters told FORSA/IALPA that a number of changes it had suggested to a draft agreement were "totally unacceptable now or at any time in the future". The budget airline has been in talks to formalise union recognition in several European countries since its decision in December to recognise unions for the first time in its 32-year history.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    IAG's Walsh moves on Norwegian Air to battle expected turbulence

    LONDON/BERLIN, April 12 (Reuters) - IAG's move on budget carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle (LSE: 0FGH.L - news) may prove a shrewd move for the group led by Willie Walsh ahead of expected further turbulence in the European aviation industry. Norwegian's plan to bring the low-cost model that has proven so successful on short-haul routes in Europe to flights across the Atlantic (Shanghai: 600558.SS - news) has affected IAG's British Airways more than other carriers in Europe because Norwegian has targeted flying from Britain in particular.

  • IAG's Walsh moves on Norwegian Air to battle expected turbulence
    Reuters13 days ago

    IAG's Walsh moves on Norwegian Air to battle expected turbulence

    LONDON/BERLIN (Reuters) - IAG's (ICAG.L) move on budget carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle (NWC.OL) may prove a shrewd move for the group led by Willie Walsh ahead of expected further turbulence in the European aviation industry. Norwegian's plan to bring the low-cost model that has proven so successful on short-haul routes in Europe to flights across the Atlantic has affected IAG's British Airways more than other carriers in Europe because Norwegian has targeted flying from Britain in particular. Analysts estimate British Airways makes the majority of its profit on North Atlantic routes and alliances between established carriers on both sides of the Atlantic have for years helped to protect prices more than in other regions.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Condor grounds Laudamotion deal after Ryanair takeover

    German airline Condor said it will end its sales partnership with Laudamotion this month, after the Austrian airline agreed to be bought by Ryanair (RYA.I). Condor, part of the Thomas Cook Group (TCG.L), signed a deal in February to help the new airline, which mostly comprises the former Niki operations of insolvent Air Berlin, get up and running plus offering its own customers greater choice.

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    Condor grounds Laudamotion deal after Ryanair takeover

    Condor, part of the Thomas Cook Group, signed a deal in February to help the new airline, which mostly comprises the former Niki operations of insolvent Air Berlin (LSE: 0GPE.L - news) , get up and running plus offering its own customers greater choice. After that, we will focus on growing Condor and the Thomas Cook Group Airlines, especially in Germany," Christoph Debus, chief airline officer of the Thomas Cook Group, said in a statement on Monday.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    Exclusive: Ukraine's largest airline may sue again in tussle with Ryanair

    Ukraine's largest airline may launch new legal action over the entry of Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair into the market if its complaints over airport slots are not addressed, its chief executive told Reuters on Friday. The Western-backed government feted Ryanair's expected arrival in September as a sign of its pro-business credentials to attract foreign investors and prise open sectors traditionally dominated by local tycoons. UIA launched legal action against the government last year and Ryanair walked away from talks saying Ukraine was "not yet a sufficiently mature or reliable business location".

  • Exclusive: Ukraine's largest airline may sue again in tussle with Ryanair
    Reuters19 days ago

    Exclusive: Ukraine's largest airline may sue again in tussle with Ryanair

    Ukraine's largest airline may launch new legal action over the entry of Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair (RYA.I) into the market if its complaints over airport slots are not addressed, its chief executive told Reuters on Friday. The Western-backed government feted Ryanair's expected arrival in September as a sign of its pro-business credentials to attract foreign investors and prise open sectors traditionally dominated by local tycoons. UIA launched legal action against the government last year and Ryanair walked away from talks saying Ukraine was "not yet a sufficiently mature or reliable business location".

  • Reuters - UK Focus21 days ago

    Ryanair cancels flights in Portugal after cabin crew strike

    Ryanair cabin crew held a third one-day strike in Portugal over worker rights on Wednesday, prompting 11 flight cancellations and a government promise to investigate alleged violations. Inspectors from the state Authority for Labour Conditions were monitoring the strike in the country's main airports in Lisbon, Porto and Faro, Labour Minister Jose Vieira da Silva told a parliamentary committee. The SNPVAC cabin crew union said 11 Ryanair flights to and from Portugal were cancelled in the morning after some 90 percent of the 330 crew personnel in Portugal joined the strike.

  • Ryanair's 67 percent UK gender pay gap widest among airlines
    Reuters22 days ago

    Ryanair's 67 percent UK gender pay gap widest among airlines

    Ryanair (RYA.I) has reported an average gender pay gap for its British-based staff of 67 percent, the widest among large airlines that have had to disclose the difference in earnings under new regulations. British-based employers are under heightened scrutiny over their pay structures and companies with more than 250 staff have to report their gender pay gap by April 4 to the Government Equalities Office. Compared with other airlines that operate in the United Kingdom, Ryanair's mean pay gap outstripped low-cost rival easyJet (EZJ.L), where it stood at 51.7 percent, and British Airways (ICAG.L), where it was 35 percent.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    Ryanair's 67 percent UK gender pay gap widest among airlines

    Ryanair has reported an average gender pay gap for its British-based staff of 67 percent, the widest among large airlines that have had to disclose the difference in earnings under new regulations. British-based employers are under heightened scrutiny over their pay structures and companies with more than 250 staff have to report their gender pay gap by April 4 to the Government Equalities Office. Compared with other airlines that operate in the United Kingdom, Ryanair's mean pay gap outstripped low-cost rival easyJet, where it stood at 51.7 percent, and British Airways, where it was 35 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus22 days ago

    Ryanair's 67 percent UK gender pay gap widest among airlines

    Ryanair has reported an average gender pay gap for its British-based staff of 67 percent, the widest among large airlines that have had to disclose the difference in earnings under new regulations. British-based employers are under heightened scrutiny over their pay structures and companies with more than 250 staff have to report their gender pay gap by April 4 to the Government Equalities Office. Compared with other airlines that operate in the United (Shenzhen: 000925.SZ - news) Kingdom, Ryanair's mean pay gap outstripped low-cost rival easyJet, where it stood at 51.7 percent, and British Airways, where it was 35 percent.

  • Forbes25 days ago

    Ryanair Sees Ukraine As Potential Hub For Maintenance, Data Services

    The low-cost carrier is evaluating a raft of locally-based support services for its new Ukrainian operation.

  • Ryanair cancels 20 Portugal flights as cabin crew strike
    Reuters27 days ago

    Ryanair cancels 20 Portugal flights as cabin crew strike

    Ryanair cancelled at least 20 flights to and from airports in Portugal on Thursday on the first of three days of planned strikes by a cabin crew union, according to flight information on the airline's web site. The airline, Europe's largest low-cost carrier with around 2,000 flights per day, has never experienced major disruption due to strikes. Portugal's SNPVAC union last week confirmed plans to hold strikes on March 29, April 1 and April 4, saying management had failed to meet their demands on working conditions.

  • Reuters - UK Focus27 days ago

    Ryanair cancels 20 Portugal flights as cabin crew strike

    Ryanair cancelled at least 20 flights to and from airports in Portugal on Thursday on the first of three days of planned strikes by a cabin crew union, according to flight information on the airline's web site. The airline, Europe's largest low-cost carrier with around 2,000 flights per day, has never experienced major disruption due to strikes. Portugal's SNPVAC union last week confirmed plans to hold strikes on March 29, April 1 and April 4, saying management had failed to meet their demands on working conditions.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Ryanair says flight cancellations due to Portugal cabin crew strike possible

    Ryanair (RYA.I) cannot rule out flight cancellations due to a planned cabin crew strike in Portugal during the Easter holidays but expects any disruptions to be small, its chief executive said at a news conference in Vienna on Wednesday. Portuguese union representatives have said the strikes are motivated by below-par labour conditions, including disciplinary processes and threats for not reaching in-flight sales objectives. Asked whether there will by flight cancellations, Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, who was in Vienna to promote the Laudamotion cooperation, said: "It depends on how many disruptions there are.

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