Tag: Ryanair

Ryanair’s turnover was 2.7 billion in the last quarter but profits are in sharp decline (-93%)

Ryanair’s turnover was 2.7 billion in the last quarter but profits are in sharp decline (-93%)

Ryanair’s budget results for the period September to December 2023, just announced by the European low-cost flight giant, have two very different and distinct sides. If turnover remained at $2.7 billion, up 17 percent compared to the same period last year, net profit literally collapsed. The decrease was 93%, from 211 million euros last year […]

Ryanair travel sites no longer show flights: “Welcome to the election, we will reduce fares”

Ryanair travel sites no longer show flights: “Welcome to the election, we will reduce fares”

Recently, sites such as Booking, Kiwi and Kayak have stopped selling Ryanair flight tickets. The low-cost airline confirmed this, saying it was not at all worried about what the Irish carrier’s senior management viewed as a “nice choice”. How come? Because it wants to encourage passengers to book directly through the website. But let’s go […]

Ryanar against price decree: “This is stupid and illegal, fewer flights to Sicily in winter”

Ryanar against price decree: “This is stupid and illegal, fewer flights to Sicily in winter”

“The price decree created by the Italian government is based on insignificant data.” Thunders Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s chief executive, described management’s measure designed to slow increases recorded in recent months as “absurd” during a presentation of the low-cost carrier’s winter offer in Milan. The carrier’s founder openly opposed the measure: “This is an astonishing and […]

Ryanair and government increasingly at odds: Bitter route battle

Ryanair and government increasingly at odds: Bitter route battle

Good winds are not blowing in relations between Italy and Ryanair. The long-distance frictions between Eddie Wilson and the Meloni government continue, in particular with the Minister of Enterprise and Made in Italy, Adolfo Urso, fighting the low-cost airline: “CEO Wilson does what he thinks. Italy is the company’s first market, the most attractive in […]

Ryanair intolerant of market rules: a strong bear slap

Ryanair intolerant of market rules: a strong bear slap

The government responds in the same way to Ryanair and its CEO, Eddie Wilson. The task fell to the minister of companies and made in Italy, Adolfo Urso, questioned by TgCom24 about what the airline’s CEO said about the decree-law that the government intends to pass on air transport to counteract the cost of flights: […]

Boarding taxes rise: Ryanair ‘closes’ with Venice

Boarding taxes rise: Ryanair ‘closes’ with Venice

Ryanair is closing six routes to Venice, and again reducing flights from Marco Polo airport by another six routes. Reason? Increase in exit taxes decided by the municipality. The low-cost airline announced its tough stance with a note: “Ryanair had to remove a base-based aircraft ($100 million investment), cancel 6 routes and reduce flights on […]

Ryanair takes it all: ten thousand recruits and the terrifying order of the giants of the skies

Ryanair takes it all: ten thousand recruits and the terrifying order of the giants of the skies

Air traffic is showing significant signs of recovery and Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair is trying to underestimate its rivals by placing an order for a massive 300 Boeing 737 Max for 36 billion euros. This is one of the largest orders for the US aircraft manufacturer in competition with European Airbus, and is due to […]

Ryanair boss prophecy ‘Britain will return to EU in 15 years’

Ryanair boss prophecy ‘Britain will return to EU in 15 years’

The 2016 referendum confirming the UK’s exit from the EU was the fruit of “a web of lies” and will continue to have a significant “net” harmful effect on the country’s economy and trade for at least the next 5 years. Michael O’Leary, Irish boss of low-cost airline giant Ryanair and historical anti-Brexeer believes this, […]

How hostel chaos in France complicates Italians’ holidays

How hostel chaos in France complicates Italians’ holidays

Protests against pension reform in France are likely to continue for much longer, even though Parliament’s approval is now a done deal. Among those who have crossed their arms and promised to do so again are air traffic controllers who have crossed the Alps. A strike that will affect millions of travelers (outside of France) […]

Newborn baby abandoned at the airport, parents did not want to pay extra

Newborn baby abandoned at the airport, parents did not want to pay extra

A newborn baby was abandoned at Tel Aviv airport by her parents, who tried to board a flight to Belgium without her to avoid paying the extra. The child, who was 2 years and 14 days old, was not entitled to free tickets for infants and the couple refused to buy the full ticket or […]

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