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Ryanair CEO sees 'dramatic recovery' this summer - RTE Radio
Ryanair Holdings plc (Ryanair Holdings) is a holding company for Ryanair Limited (Ryanair). Ryanair operates an ultra-low fare, scheduled-passenger airline serving short-haul, point-to-point routes between Ireland, the United Kingdom, Continental Europe, Morocco and Israel. Ryanair provides various ancillary services and engages in other activities connected with its core air passenger service, including non-flight scheduled services, Internet-related services, and the in-flight sale of beverages, food and merchandise. Ryanair markets accommodation services and travel insurance through its Website. It provides hotel and accommodation services. Ryanair provides its own aircraft and passenger handling and ticketing services at Dublin Airport. As of June 30, 2016, Ryanair had a principal fleet of over 350 Boeing 737-800 aircraft and offered over 2,000 scheduled short-haul flights per day serving approximately 200 airports throughout Europe.
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Ryanair Holdings Plc cancelled 12 international and domestic United Kingdom routes on Monday due to what it called a sudden change of Brexit-related policy by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), a charge the regulator rejected.
Ryanair recorded its first loss for the key summer period in 30 years as a result of the coronavirus crisis, which threatens to cut passenger numbers to half pre-pandemic levels next year.
Ryanair <RYA.I> is in talks with Boeing <BA.N> about possible new aircraft orders, but the focus is on the 197-seat MAX 200 rather than the larger MAX 10, which will not be available for a couple of years, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Monday.
Ireland's Ryanair Holdings PLC posted a loss for its key summer period for the first time in decades on Monday, and said it may have to cut capacity further this winter as a second wave of COVID-19 infections sparks fresh lockdowns across Europe.
Italy's antitrust regulator said on Friday that Ryanair, easyJet, Vueling and Blue Panorama were now offering to refund passengers whose flights they cancelled citing the coronavirus outbreak.
Ireland plans to introduce coronavirus testing at airports as part of a possible alternative to quarantine for some arriving passengers, although it is not clear when the capacity will be ready, Health Minister Stephen Donnelly said on Sunday.
Ryanair <RYA.I> expects Boeing's troubled 737 MAX aircraft to return to service in the United States in the next month or so, paving the way for the Irish low-cost carrier to start receiving planes in early 2021, a senior executive said on Friday.
Ryanair <RYA.I> is prioritising getting a current order of up to 210 of Boeing's troubled 737 MAX aircraft in the sky next year, the chief executive of its main airlines business said on Friday in response to a report that it was looking to buy more planes.
Italy's antitrust regulator said on Friday it was opening an enquiry into airlines Easyjet <EZJ.L>, Ryanair <RYA.I>, Blue Panorama and Vueling for offering vouchers and not refunds to passengers whose flights were cancelled due to Covid-19.
Britain risks losing hundreds of thousands of travel and tourism jobs in the coming months unless the government offers proper supports to workers and relaxes travel restrictions, Ryanair <RYA.I> boss Michael O'Leary said on Thursday.
Italy's national civil aviation authority, which has accused Ryanair <RYA.I> of failing to comply with COVID-19 health and safety regulations, on Thursday said it has held discussions with representatives of the budget carrier.
A group representing UK airlines including British Airways <ICAG.L>, easyJet <EZJ.L> and Ryanair <RYA.I> called on the UK government to suspend a tax on flights to boost demand and help the industry recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Ryanair Holdings Plc and Chief Executive Michael O'Leary failed to persuade a U.S. judge to dismiss a securities fraud lawsuit accusing Europe's largest budget airline of defrauding them by downplaying its willingness to recognize labor unions.
* PLANS TO OPERATE 40% OF ITS NORMAL JULY FLIGHT SCHEDULE AS SPAIN ANNOUNCED IT WOULD REMOVE TRAVEL AND VISITOR RESTRICTIONS FROM 1 JULY
* RYANAIR HOLDINGS PLC - RYANAIR APRIL TRAFFIC FALLS 99.6% TO 0.04M GUESTS
* EXPECTS PREEXCEPTIONAL FY20 PROFIT AFTER TAX BETWEEN EUR 950M AND EUR 1,000M, AT LOWER END OF PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED GUIDANCE RANGE
* EXTENDING LIMITED FLIGHT SCHEDULE FOR EU BY A WEEK TO APRIL 9 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Ryanair on Tuesday said it does not expect to operate flights in April or May and has offered its aircraft to European governments for rescue or the essential movement of medicines and personal protective equipment.
* RYANAIR HOLDINGS PLC - RYANAIR TAKING URGENT ACTION TO RESPOND TO COVID19
* RYANAIR GROUP REDUCES FLIGHTS TO/FROM SPAIN MON 16 MAR TO THURS 19 MAR
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