RYAAY - Ryanair Holdings plc

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Delayed Price. Currency in USD
121.42
-1.67 (-1.36%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

122.49 +1.07 (0.88%)
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Previous Close123.09
Open123.08
Bid52.58 x 100
Ask124.00 x 200
Day's Range121.39 - 123.55
52 Week Range78.35 - 127.35
Volume343,189
Avg. Volume439,593
Market Cap22.615B
Beta0.40
PE Ratio (TTM)16.36
EPS (TTM)7.42
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2015-10-28
1y Target Est132.33
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  • Ryanair says expects Easter strike in Ireland or Portugal
    Reuters9 hours ago

    Ryanair says expects Easter strike in Ireland or Portugal

    Ryanair (RYA.I) expects staff to strike during Easter week in either Ireland or Portugal, chief executive Michael O'Leary said on Wednesday, as talks with some unions over formal recognition and improved conditions falter. O'Leary earlier this month warned of possible disruption at Easter or the summer but did not specify what markets were likely to be hit. Ryanair averted widespread strikes ahead of Christmas by announcing plans to recognise pilots' unions for the first time in its 32-year history.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Analysis: Higher wages, fuel prices turn up cost pressure on airlines

    With inflation paramount in investors' minds at a time of rising wages and oil prices, the line separating winners and losers in the global airline industry this year looks likely to be drawn on how well they manage costs, especially on the labour side. Industry body IATA in December flagged higher spending on labour and fuel - which make up about half of airlines' operating expenses - as their members' biggest challenge in 2018, especially after several years of record profits. Labour costs surpassed fuel as global airlines' biggest single expense in 2016, at 22 percent of costs against just under 21 percent for fuel.

  • Higher wages, fuel prices turn up cost pressure on airlines
    Reuters7 days ago

    Higher wages, fuel prices turn up cost pressure on airlines

    With inflation paramount in investors' minds at a time of rising wages and oil prices, the line separating winners and losers in the global airline industry this year looks likely to be drawn on how well they manage costs, especially on the labor side. Industry body IATA in December flagged higher spending on labor and fuel - which make up about half of airlines' operating expenses - as their members' biggest challenge in 2018, especially after several years of record profits. Labor costs surpassed fuel as global airlines' biggest single expense in 2016, at 22 percent of costs against just under 21 percent for fuel.

  • Primecap Management's Biggest New 4th Quarter Buys
    GuruFocus.com8 days ago

    Primecap Management's Biggest New 4th Quarter Buys

    Secretive, market-beating firm releases portfolio

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Ryanair says cutting fares 30 percent to fill Catalonia flights

    Ryanair has been cutting fares by up to 30 percent to fill flights to Barcelona and other cities in Catalonia as holidaymakers are nervous of political upheaval in the Spanish region, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Tuesday. Tourist numbers in Barcelona dipped after an attack in August left 16 people dead and an illegal independence vote prompted scenes of police violence and mass protests, but have since rebounded. Ryanair still plans to increase capacity in Spain as a whole sharply in the coming year, adding 9 percent more flights in the year to March 2019, O'Leary said, compared with an increase of 6 percent in its network as a whole.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Ryanair staff called to strike in Italy, but pilots to keep flying

    ROME/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Three Italian unions confirmed on Friday their call to Ryanair workers to strike for four hours on Feb. 10, according to a statement, while Italy's main pilots union, ANPAC, said it would not participate. Ryanair confirmed in December it will recognise unions for all staff but has said it wants to formalise relations with pilot unions first, something it is struggling with in some countries. It has agreed a recognition deal with British pilot union BALPA, but Spanish union SEPLA this week said management was not negotiating in good faith.

  • Bloomberg8 days ago

    Ryanair Union Deal Has Silver Lining: French Hubs

    Ryanair Holdings Plc’s costly acceptance of trade unions is proving to have a bright side: the budget carrier aims to open two bases in France, where its hard-line labor policies have allowed only a limited ...

  • ACCESSWIRE8 days ago

    Blog Exposure - GOL Linhas Reports Impressive Traffic Figures for January 2018

    Stock Monitor: Ryanair Holdings Post Earnings Reporting LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / February 13, 2018 / Active-Investors.com has just released a free research report on GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes S.A. ...

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Ryanair staff called to strike in Italy, but pilots to keep flying

    ROME/DUBLIN (Reuters) - Three Italian unions confirmed on Friday their call to Ryanair (RYA.I) workers to strike for four hours on Feb. 10, according to a statement, while Italy's main pilots union, ANPAC, said it would not participate. Ryanair confirmed in December it will recognise unions for all staff but has said it wants to formalise relations with pilot unions first, something it is struggling with in some countries. It has agreed a recognition deal with British pilot union BALPA, but Spanish union SEPLA this week said management was not negotiating in good faith.

  • Ryanair Seeks Pilots in South Africa to Fly Expanding Fleet
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Ryanair Seeks Pilots in South Africa to Fly Expanding Fleet

    Ryanair Holdings Plc is starting a recruitment drive for pilots in South Africa as the budget airline seeks crew to helm its expanding fleet of jets.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Spanish union to take legal action against Ryanair over contracts

    Representatives of Spanish pilots working for Ryanair (RYA.I) will launch legal action against the airline over contracts they say fail to comply with Spanish law, the SEPLA union said on Wednesday. Ryanair decided in December to recognise unions for the first time but is struggling to formalise relations in some countries. In a letter sent to members that was reviewed by Reuters, SEPLA accused Ryanair management of failing to negotiate in good faith since Europe's largest budget airline opened the recognition talks.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Spanish union to take legal action against Ryanair over contracts

    Representatives of Spanish pilots working for Ryanair (RYA.I) will launch legal action against the airline over contracts they say fail to comply with Spanish law, the SEPLA union said on Wednesday. Ryanair decided in December to recognize unions for the first time but is struggling to formalize relations in some countries. In a letter sent to members that was reviewed by Reuters, SEPLA accused Ryanair management of failing to negotiate in good faith since Europe's largest budget airline opened the recognition talks.

  • MarketWatch15 days ago

    Do airlines split up families so they pay extra for seat allocation?

    British airlines under investigation for splitting up groups of travelers

  • Zacks Industry Outlook Highlights: Delta Airlines, American Airlines, Ryanair Holdings, Southwest Airlines and United Continental
    Zacks15 days ago

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

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

  • Factors That May Get in the Way of an Airline Revival
    Zacks16 days ago

    Factors That May Get in the Way of an Airline Revival

    Factors That May Get in the Way of an Airline Revival

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Ryanair prepares for new battle with pilots as profits rise

    Ryanair warned its pilots it would face down "laughable demands" for conditions similar to high-cost rivals even if that meant strikes at Easter, overshadowing an increase in profit for Europe's largest budget airline. Profits rose by 12 percent in the three months to the end of December on an annual basis despite a turbulent period in which it had to deal with mass cancellations because of a shortage of pilots and the threat of strikes. Ryanair averted the threat of widespread Christmas strikes by unilaterally recognising unions in December for the first time in its 32-year history, but it has struggled to formalise relations since.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Ryanair CEO warns of strikes, says some pilot demands 'laughable'

    Ryanair's (RYA.I) Chief Executive Michael O'Leary on Monday warned that the company would not bow to some "laughable" demands from pilots and would rather see strike or disruptions than undermine the airline's productivity. The Irish airline, Europe's largest budget carrier, has been in talks with pilots since December, when it agreed to recognise trade unions for the first time in its history to avoid Christmas strikes.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Ryanair CEO warns of strikes, says some pilot demands 'laughable'

    Ryanair's Chief Executive Michael O'Leary on Monday warned that the company would not bow to some "laughable" demands from pilots and would rather see strike or disruptions than undermine the airline's productivity. The Irish airline, Europe's largest budget carrier, has been in talks with pilots since December, when it agreed to recognise trade unions for the first time in its history to avoid Christmas strikes.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 days ago

    [$$] Ryanair Profit Jumps on Traffic Increase

    Ryanair said its third-quarter net profit rose 12% as traffic increased, although ticket prices continued to decline.

  • Ryanair Makes Surprise Investor Payout After ‘Painful’ Pilot Row
    Bloomberg17 days ago

    Ryanair Makes Surprise Investor Payout After ‘Painful’ Pilot Row

    Ryanair Holdings Plc launched a 750 million-euro ($935 million) share buyback and sought to reassure shareholders that it’s equipped to remain Europe’s biggest low-cost airline after caving in to unionization ...

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Ryanair expands in Middle East with first Jordan flights

    Europe's largest budget carrier Ryanair (RYA.I) is to begin flying from Jordan for the first time next month as it expands its operations in the Middle East. The Irish airline, which already flies to Israel and Morocco, will begin with a route from Amman to Paphos in Cyprus in March, it said in a statement. The airline, which carried almost 130 million passengers last year, expects to fly 430,000 passengers per year to and from Jordan, it said.

  • Reuters18 days ago

    Britain to probe if airlines deliberately split passenger groups

    Britain's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said on Saturday it was beginning a review into airlines' seating policies, including whether some operators were deliberating splitting up groups of passengers travelling together. In a survey of passengers from 10 airlines conducted by pollster YouGov released on Saturday, those who flew with Irish low-cost airline Ryanair were most likely to report being separated from their group when not paying more to sit together. Rival easyJet said it would cooperate with the CAA review and that it tried to keep groups together.

  • Ryanair makes pay offer as union deals prove elusive
    Reuters Videos8 days ago

    Ryanair makes pay offer as union deals prove elusive

    Ryanair has offered Spanish pilots working on contracts for the company a pay increase in order to bypass local unions. As Sonia Legg reports, the offer comes as Europe's largest airline struggles to reach deals with unions despite agreeing to recognise them in December after 32 years.

  • Ryanair to face down pilot demands as profits rise
    Reuters Videos16 days ago

    Ryanair to face down pilot demands as profits rise

    Ryanair warns it will face down "laughable demands" by pilots for conditions typical of high-cost rivals even if that means strike disruption, overshadowing an increase in profit for Europe's largest budget airline. Ciara Lee reports

  • A challenge for Ryanair is keeping pilots: Bernstein Rese...
    CNBC Videos17 days ago

    A challenge for Ryanair is keeping pilots: Bernstein Rese...

    Daniel Roeska, senior analyst for European transportation at Bernstein Research, talks about the challenges facing Ryanair, in light of its earnings release.