RYA.L - Ryanair Holdings plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
10.19
-0.16 (-1.55%)
As of 11:32AM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close10.35
Open10.26
Bid10.19 x 0
Ask10.20 x 0
Day's Range10.02 - 10.46
52 Week Range10.02 - 1,460.50
Volume486,304
Avg. Volume2,334,489
Market Cap11.45B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.44
PE Ratio (TTM)13.30
EPS (TTM)0.77
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2015-02-12
1y Target Est14.77
  • Ryanair Irish pilot union to decide on strike ballot next week
    Reuters3 days ago

    Ryanair Irish pilot union to decide on strike ballot next week

    Members of Ryanair's Irish pilot union are to decide next week whether to join British colleagues in holding a ballot on strike action, according to a memo distributed to members. Ryanair pilots in Britain, the Irish airline's largest market, last week announced a ballot that could lead to strike action in late August, citing disagreements over pay and conditions. Ryanair pilots who are members of the Irish Airline Pilots Association (IALPA) will meet in Dublin on Tuesday to decide whether to hold a ballot for "industrial action up to and including strike action", with voting to begin on or before Thursday, July 25, the memo said.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    EasyJet hires Ryanair executive as chief operating officer

    EasyJet has hired rival Ryanair’s operations chief Peter Bellew, a 30-year industry veteran, as it navigates intense competition in the European short-haul market. The airline announced Mr Bellew’s appointment as chief operating officer alongside a trading update that revealed an 11 per cent rise in revenue for the latest quarter. EasyJet said a strong Easter and a reduction in long delays and cancellations had helped boost total revenue to £1.76bn in the three months to June.

  • Britain's easyJet reassures on outlook, hires Ryanair operations chief
    Reuters5 days ago

    Britain's easyJet reassures on outlook, hires Ryanair operations chief

    Britain's easyJet on Thursday reported third quarter trading in line with expectations, boosted by more customers taking optional extra services and enabling it to reiterate its full-year profit forecasts. The budget airline also announced that it had poached Peter Bellew as its chief operating officer from Ryanair. EasyJet said revenue for the quarter ending June 30 increased by 11.4% to 1.8 billion pounds, driven by more bookings, initiatives to optimise its pricing and more ancillary revenue from additional services such as allocated seating and luggage check-ins.

  • Ryanair's British pilot union to vote on possible August strike
    Reuters6 days ago

    Ryanair's British pilot union to vote on possible August strike

    Ryanair's British pilot union is to ballot members on possible strike action in coming weeks in a dispute over working conditions, the British Airline Pilots Association (BALPA) announced on Wednesday. The results of the ballot are due on August 7 and strike action by pilots in the airline's largest market could take place two weeks later, the union told members in a memo, which has been seen by Reuters. The ballot is a setback for management at Europe's largest low-cost carrier, who have in recent months said they had largely resolved an industrial relations dispute with pilots and cabin crew.

  • Boeing 737 Max Woes Hurt This Airline's Growth Plans, Force Closures
    Investor's Business Daily7 days ago

    Boeing 737 Max Woes Hurt This Airline's Growth Plans, Force Closures

    The grounding of the Boeing 737 Max jet has forced Ryanair to halt expansion plans and look into cutting its services.

  • Ryanair CEO says confident in 'great' Boeing 737 MAX despite delays
    Reuters7 days ago

    Ryanair CEO says confident in 'great' Boeing 737 MAX despite delays

    Ryanair remains confident in the Boeing 737 MAX and believes the plane will be "warmly welcomed" by customers, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday after he was forced to half the airline's 2020 growth plans due to the plane's grounding. "As soon as we can reasonably organise these deliveries with Boeing we would intend to take all of the 135 firm aircraft we have ordered over the next five years," he said.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    Ryanair to cut flights because of Boeing 737 Max grounding

    Low-cost airline Ryanair will cut flights next summer and potentially close some European bases as a result of the grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max jets after two fatal crashes. Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s chief executive, said the company was starting a series of discussions with its airports to determine which of its underperforming or lossmaking bases would take a hit from November 2019.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    UPDATE 1-Ryanair cuts summer 2020 growth rate on Boeing MAX doubts

    Europe's largest budget carrier Ryanair has cut its forecast for growth in traveller numbers next summer due to the possibility of further delays in deliveries of Boeing 737 MAX planes. Ryanair cut its summer 2020 growth rate to 3% from 7%, which means full year traffic growth for the year to March 2021 will be cut from 162 million passengers to around 157 million. The airline expects the grounded aircraft to return to service before the end of the year, with the first of new aircraft ordered by Ryanair to be delivered in January and February 2020.

  • Ryanair halves 2020 growth plans on Boeing MAX delays
    Reuters7 days ago

    Ryanair halves 2020 growth plans on Boeing MAX delays

    Ryanair has halved its growth plans for next year due to delays in deliveries of Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jet, lifting shares in rival European airlines which had feared a surge in new capacity would drag down ticket prices. Ryanair is one of Boeing's biggest customers and was due to have 58 737 MAX planes in time for its 2020 summer season. The aircraft was grounded in March after crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia that killed a total of 346 people, and Boeing is working on a software fix that people familiar with the matter have said it hopes to present to regulators in September.

  • GuruFocus.com9 days ago

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  • Ryanair operations chief to step down at end of year
    Reuters12 days ago

    Ryanair operations chief to step down at end of year

    Ryanair's Chief Operations Officer Peter Bellew is to step down at the end of the year, chief executive Michael O'Leary said in a memo to staff on Thursday seen by Reuters. Bellew joined Ryanair in December 2017 after stepping down as chief executive of Malaysia Airlines as the Irish low-cost giant struggled with a staffing crisis. The resignation comes as O'Leary prepares to become chief executive of Ryanair's new group structure - which will also include Austrian-registered Lauda and Polish-registered Buzz - and is due to hire a chief executive of the Ryanair airline.

  • Ryanair sees risk to 2020 growth if 737 MAX grounded beyond November
    Reuters12 days ago

    Ryanair sees risk to 2020 growth if 737 MAX grounded beyond November

    The boss of Europe's Ryanair Holdings warned on Wednesday the impact of the prolonged grounding of Boeing Co's 737 MAX on the airline's growth plans may start to spill over to next summer if the airplane is not flying again by November. Europe's largest budget carrier needs up to eight months to take delivery of some 50 newly built planes left at the factory by the grounding crisis, so it may have to trim its capacity growth plans for summer 2020 if 737 MAX flights have not resumed by November, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary told Reuters. "Boeing are telling us at the moment they expect to be back flying by the end of September," O'Leary said in an interview on the sidelines of a meeting of the European airlines lobby A4E, which he also chairs.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    UPDATE 3-Ryanair sees risk to 2020 growth if 737 MAX grounded beyond November

    The boss of Europe's Ryanair Holdings warned on Wednesday the impact of the prolonged grounding of Boeing Co's 737 MAX on the airline's growth plans may start to spill over to next summer if the airplane is not flying again by November. Europe's largest budget carrier needs up to eight months to take delivery of some 50 newly built planes left at the factory by the grounding crisis, so it may have to trim its capacity growth plans for summer 2020 if 737 MAX flights have not resumed by November, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary told Reuters. "Boeing are telling us at the moment they expect to be back flying by the end of September," O'Leary said in an interview on the sidelines of a meeting of the European airlines lobby A4E, which he also chairs.

  • ‘Flygskam’ is the Swedish travel trend that could shake the global airline industry
    MarketWatchlast month

    ‘Flygskam’ is the Swedish travel trend that could shake the global airline industry

    In fact, Sweden’s main train operator, SJ, told the Associated Press that it sold 1.5 million more tickets in 2018 than the previous year as more people ride the rails to reduce their own carbon emissions.

  • Local labor laws apply to Ryanair employees: Belgian court
    Reuterslast month

    Local labor laws apply to Ryanair employees: Belgian court

    Belgium's labor laws can apply to Ryanair employees based in the country, a local court ruled on Friday, in a case that could set a precedent elsewhere in Europe and upholds a 2018 agreement reached between the airline and Belgian unions. A series of strikes in 2018 prompted the Irish airline to agree to apply Belgian law to cabin crew and pilots based in the country. The ruling at the Mons labor court, under which employees can decide whether to be covered by Belgian or Irish labor laws, reinforces the agreement and will prevent the airline from taking disputes to court in Ireland, said Yves Lambot, a representative of the CNE union.

  • Wizz Air Defies Tough European Aviation Market With Record Annual Profit
    Skift2 months ago

    Wizz Air Defies Tough European Aviation Market With Record Annual Profit

    Wizz Air has managed to defy some of the gloom surrounding the European aviation market with a record annual profit and an expectation of continued growth into 2020. The carrier, which has one of the lowest cost bases in the European market, believes it will be one of the winners in a difficult period for […]The post Wizz Air Defies Tough European Aviation Market With Record Annual Profit appeared first on Skift.

  • Cheap Airline Tickets Won't Be Around for Long
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Cheap Airline Tickets Won't Be Around for Long

    Three months later Ryanair was revealed to be one of Europe’s 10 biggest sources of pollution after its carbon dioxide on intra-European flights emissions jumped 7% last year. Figures published by the airline this week suggest Ryanair’s environmental record isn’t likely to improve in a hurry. The Irish carrier expects to carry 153 million passengers in fiscal 2020, or 8% more than the financial year that ended in March. Regardless, the famously cantankerous Ryanair used this week’s investor presentation to declare itself “Europe’s greenest, cleanest airline.” And its boast isn’t entirely misplaced: Its environmental record is better than commonly understood.