RYAAY - Ryanair Holdings plc

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Delayed price. Currency in USD
120.80
+1.45 (+1.21%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous close119.35
Open120.83
Bid101.20 x 100
Ask128.04 x 100
Day's range119.92 - 121.39
52-week range78.35 - 127.35
Volume328,199
Avg. volume440,673
Market cap23.278B
Beta0.27
PE ratio (TTM)16.92
EPS (TTM)7.14
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2015-10-28
1y target est124.33
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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Ryanair complains to EU competition authorities over Poland

    Irish low-cost airline Ryanair said it had filed a complaint to European competition authorities over a Polish airport company's alleged refusal to expand Warsaw's Modlin airport which Ryanair uses as its Polish base. Ryanair is currently a market leader in Poland with around 30 percent share. Its biggest rivals include Polish state carrier LOT operating from Warsaw's main Chopin airport.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Jan 19

    Jan 19 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines HSBC agrees to $101.5 million penalty ...

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Ryanair's British pilots accept pay rises, sending shares higher

    Ryanair said pilots at each of its 15 UK bases, including its largest company-wide base at London Stansted, accepted pay increases of up to 20 percent that many had rejected last year, sending its shares 3 percent higher on Thursday. Pilots at Stansted had rejected the offer by a margin of 60 percent to 40 percent in October as Ryanair struggled to contain a revolt that followed its cancellation of 20,000 flights a month over the mishandling of staff holidays. Ryanair shares were 3.2 percent higher at 16.61 euros by 1400 GMT, returning to the level they were trading at before the announcement on recognising the unions, which had sent the shares down 9 percent in one day in December.

  • Ryanair Jumps After Carrier Reaches Deals With U.K. Pilots
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Ryanair Jumps After Carrier Reaches Deals With U.K. Pilots

    Ryanair Holdings Plc shares surged after the Irish discount carrier took another step toward de-escalating labor tension, saying pilots at all 15 of its bases in the U.K. have now voted to accept a pay ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Ryanair's British pilots accept pay rises, sending shares higher

    Ryanair said pilots at each of its 15 UK bases, including its largest company-wide base at London Stansted, accepted pay increases of up to 20 percent that many had rejected last year, sending its shares 3 percent higher on Thursday. Pilots at Stansted had rejected the offer by a margin of 60 percent to 40 percent in October as Ryanair struggled to contain a revolt that followed its cancellation of 20,000 flights a month over the mishandling of staff holidays. The reversal follows the Irish airline's shock decision last month to recognise unions for the first time in its 32-year history in order to avoid widespread Christmas strikes.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Ryanair pilots at all British bases vote to accept pay rises

    Ryanair pilots at each of its 15 UK bases, including its largest company-wide base at London Stansted, have voted to accept pay increases of up to 20 percent that many had rejected last year, the Irish airline said on Thursday. The reversal follows Ryanair's decision to recognise unions for the first time in its 32-year history in order to avoid a Christmas strike after it was forced to cancel 20,000 flights earlier in the year due to a shortage of standby pilots. Ryanair added that it had asked the one-third of its Dublin pilots yet to accept the pay increases to vote on its proposals by Jan. 17 and was disappointed that no such vote was organised.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Ryanair announces plans to double capacity in France

    Ryanair (RYA.I) plans to double its capacity in France over the next four years to around 20 million passengers per year following its December decision to recognise unions for the first time, a senior executive said on Wednesday. The Irish airline, which currently has no bases in France due to its strict union rules, hopes to set up one or two bases in the coming 18 months, Chief Commercial Officer David O'Brien said. Ultimately Ryanair may operate out of four or five bases in the country, he said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Ryanair announces plans to double capacity in France

    Ryanair plans to double its capacity in France over the next four years to around 20 million passengers per year following its December decision to recognise unions for the first time, a senior executive said on Wednesday. The Irish airline, which currently has no bases in France due to its strict union rules, hopes to set up one or two bases in the coming 18 months, Chief Commercial Officer David O'Brien said. Ultimately Ryanair may operate out of four or five bases in the country, he said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    German, Austrian administrators cooperate to secure deal for Niki

    Settling a legal dispute, airline Niki's German and Austrian administrators agreed to cooperate to resolve the insolvent carrier's future swiftly and guarantee legal certainty for its buyer. New (KOSDAQ: 160550.KQ - news) offers can be made for Niki until Friday and a decision will follow within days, German administrator Lucas Floether and his Austrian counterpart Ulla Reisch said in a joint statement on Tuesday.

  • Ryanair Earns IBD Rating Upgrade
    Investor's Business Daily6 days ago

    Ryanair Earns IBD Rating Upgrade

    A Relative Strength Rating upgrade for Ryanair shows improving technical performance. Will it continue?

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Ryanair wants to buy parts of Austrian airline Niki

    Irish airline Ryanair said on Monday it had contacted the Austrian administrator of insolvent holiday airline Niki to express its interest in buying some of its assets. Niki's German administrator said ...

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Ryanair wants to buy parts of Austrian airline Niki

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Irish airline Ryanair (RYA.I) said on Monday it had contacted the Austrian administrator of insolvent holiday airline Niki to express its interest in buying some of its assets. Niki's ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Ryanair wants to buy parts of Austrian airline Niki

    Irish airline Ryanair said on Monday it had contacted the Austrian administrator of insolvent holiday airline Niki to express its interest in buying some of its assets. Niki's German administrator said ...

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Italian unions call for Ryanair strike on February 10

    Three Italian unions representing cabin crews, pilots and ground crews called for its members to strike on February 10 to protest against Ryanair's (RYA.I) plans to negotiate labour issues exclusively with one union. Ryanair has said it would negotiate with Anpac, the main pilots' association in Italy, but not other unions representing cabin crews, ground crews and pilots who are not members of Anpac. A Ryanair spokeswoman said the company met with the Italian unions in Rome on Tuesday and the discussions would continue.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    Italian unions call for Ryanair strike on February 10

    Three Italian unions representing cabin crews, pilots and ground crews called for its members to strike on February 10 to protest against Ryanair's plans to negotiate labour issues exclusively with one union. Ryanair has said it would negotiate with Anpac, the main pilots' association in Italy, but not other unions representing cabin crews, ground crews and pilots who are not members of Anpac.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    Italian unions call Ryanair strikes over bargaining agreement

    Three Italian unions representing cabin crews, pilots and ground crews plan a full-day strike on Feb. 10 to protest against Ryanair's plans to negotiate labour issues exclusively with the country's main pilots' union, Anpac. "There must be an immediate discussion about salaries and safeguards for all of the workers, and not just a portion of them," the Filt Cgil, Fit Cisl and Uiltrasporti unions said in a statement sent by email. A Ryanair spokeswoman said in response: "We have already met with the Italian unions in Rome on Tuesday, 9 January, and these discussions will continue.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Ryanair keeps big investors onside after rocky 2017

    Several institutional investors are backing Ryanair to bounce back from a pilot rostering mess-up and a decision to recognise unions that jolted confidence in Europe's most profitable airline. The mishandling of staff holidays caused thousands of flight cancellations, angered passengers and helped pilots to secure union recognition for the first time in Ryanair's 32-year history, sending the share price down 9 percent in one day in December. The holiday rota errors were a rare serious slip-up by Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, whose formula of dirt cheap, no-frills travel has transformed the continent's airline sector and handed his shareholders big returns.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Lufthansa usurps Ryanair to regain place as Europe's biggest airline

    BERLIN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) has overhauled Ryanair to retake the crown as Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers after the Irish budget carrier was forced to cut thousands of flights because of pilot rostering problems. The Lufthansa group as a whole carried 130 million passengers last year, it said on Wednesday. The equivalent figure from Ryanair was 129 million, meaning Ryanair (RYA.I) slips behind Lufthansa after overtaking it in 2016.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    Lufthansa usurps Ryanair to regain place as Europe's biggest airline

    BERLIN/FRANKFURT, Jan 10 (Reuters) - Germany's Lufthansa has overhauled Ryanair to retake the crown as Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers after the Irish budget carrier was forced to cut thousands of flights because of pilot rostering problems. The Lufthansa group as a whole carried 130 million passengers last year, it said on Wednesday.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Lufthansa regains place as Europe's biggest airline from Ryanair

    BERLIN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's Lufthansa Group has retaken the crown as Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers from Ryanair after the Irish budget carrier was forced to cut thousands of flights because of pilot rostering problems. The Lufthansa group as a whole carried 130 million passengers last year, it said on Wednesday. The equivalent figure from Ryanair was 129 million, meaning Ryanair slips behind Lufthansa after overtaking it in 2016.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    Lufthansa regains place as Europe's biggest airline from Ryanair

    Germany's Lufthansa Group has retaken the crown as Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers from Ryanair after the Irish budget carrier was forced to cut thousands of flights because of pilot rostering ...

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Ryanair keeps big investors onside after rocky 2017

    Several institutional investors are backing Ryanair to bounce back from a pilot rostering mess-up and a decision to recognize unions that jolted confidence in Europe's most profitable airline. The mishandling of staff holidays caused thousands of flight cancellations, angered passengers and helped pilots to secure union recognition for the first time in Ryanair's 32-year history, sending the share price down 9 percent in one day in December. The holiday rota errors were a rare serious slip-up by Chief Executive Michael O'Leary, whose formula of dirt cheap, no-frills travel has transformed the continent's airline sector and handed his shareholders big returns.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Ryanair keeps big investors onside after rocky 2017

    Several institutional investors are backing Ryanair to bounce back from a pilot rostering mess-up and a decision to recognise unions that jolted confidence in Europe's most profitable airline. The mishandling of staff holidays caused thousands of flight cancellations, angered passengers and helped pilots to secure union recognition for the first time in Ryanair's 32-year history, sending the share price down 9 percent in one day in December. The holiday rota errors were a rare serious slip-up by Chief (Taiwan OTC: 3345.TWO - news) Executive Michael O'Leary, whose formula of dirt cheap, no-frills travel has transformed the continent's airline sector and handed his shareholders big returns.

  • Ryanair Pulls Further Ahead of Pack Even After Pilot Debacle
    Bloomberg17 days ago

    Ryanair Pulls Further Ahead of Pack Even After Pilot Debacle

    Ryanair Holdings Plc strengthened its dominance of Europe’s discount-airline market in 2017 by adding more customers than any of its rivals, even as a scheduling foul-up contributed to its smallest gain ...

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: American Airlines Group, Southwest Airlines, Ryanair Holdings, Alaska Air Group and United Continental Holdings
    Zacks17 days ago

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