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|Bid||74.26 x 800|
|Ask||74.93 x 800|
|Day's Range||74.36 - 76.10|
|52 Week Range||65.61 - 127.61|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.10|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.50|
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|1y Target Est||82.50|
Ryanair's flight schedules will not be affected by the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX jet, the budget airline's chief legal and regulatory officer said on Thursday. The United States joined countries around the world in grounding the 737 MAX on Wednesday, following a fatal crash in Ethiopia on Sunday. Ryanair has ordered 135 737 MAX 200s, a modified version of the MAX 8, and has options on 75 more.
Low-cost airline easyJet is stockpiling parts for its aircraft in continental Europe, in case a no-deal Brexit severs its supply chains. Johan Lundgren, chief executive, said easyJet had also been transferring three aircraft a week to its new Austrian subsidiary, which now had a fleet of 130.
Ryanair is not planning to make any changes to the delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX airplane next month in light of the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet, chief executive Michael O'Leary was quoted as saying on Monday. China and Indonesia grounded their fleets of Boeing's 737 MAX 8 aircraft after the fatal crash. Ryanair has ordered 135 of the 737 MAX 200 planes, a modified version of the MAX 8, and has options on 75 more.
Ryanair has triggered contingency plans to restrict the voting rights of British shareholders if it leaves the European Union without a deal on future relations or quits both the EU customs union and single market in a "hard" Brexit scenario. Ryanair announced last year it would have to restrict the rights if UK shareholders ceased to qualify as European Union nationals to ensure it remained majority EU-owned to comply with its licensing and flight rights. Its board passed a number of resolutions on Friday which will become effective on the date British nationals become non-EU nationals, Europe's biggest low cost airline said in a statement.
The chief executive of Hungarian carrier Wizz Air has said Europe’s air traffic control system is “bleeding from every wound” after it had the worst delays to flights on record last year. József Váradi ...
, South Korea’s largest telecoms company, could be set for a bout of unusual turmoil in their stock prices, as MSCI considers removing them from global equity indices because of distortions caused by their share structures. Both companies are candidates for ejection because of the way the New York-based indexing company treats depository receipts — instruments issued by a company and traded overseas as a proxy for its shares. MSCI is concerned about valuation gaps between depository receipts and the companies’ primary listings, which could make life difficult for investors trying to track indices.
, said his combative reputation has been a negative distraction for the airline and was part of the reason he will step back from the day-to-day running of the airline this year. awarded to Mr O’Leary, while he has also defended Ryanair’s chairman, David Bonderman, who has been in post for more than 20 years, against an investor revolt. , Mr O’Leary will oversee the chief executives of the main Ryanair carrier, as well as Laudamotion (based in Austria), Ryanair Sun (Poland) and Ryanair UK, the entity formed to surmount obstacles thrown up by Brexit.
Airline chiefs from the top five operators in Europe on Wednesday were asked a simple question: If they could trade places with one of their rivals for a week, who would they choose? The panel of the bosses of IAG, easyJet, Lufthansa, Ryanair and KLM were asked the question while they were sitting alongside each other at an Airlines for Europe (A4E) summit. Although they joined forces to create A4E as a lobbying group to pressurize the European Commission on aviation policy, the stark contrasts between its members was apparent during the day-long event in Brussels.
European airline chiefs on Wednesday called for a shake-up of air traffic control, including greater competition and faster training, to ease bottlenecks that led to rising delays in 2018. Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary hit out at what he called the "scam" of high charges for the use of airspace despite strikes and staff shortages and called for the training time for new controllers to fall to 6 months from 2-3 years. Air traffic control is a fundamentally simple process.
The head of Dutch airline KLM sought on Wednesday to ease a Franco-Dutch row over share purchases in parent group Air France-KLM by the Dutch government - as low-cost airline chief Michael O'Leary gleefully stoked the embers of the dispute. France, which owns 14 percent of the airline group, clashed with the Netherlands when the Dutch government abruptly bought a matching 14 percent stake in order to counter French influence over a group disproportionately heavily reliant on KLM profits.
Ryanair is in early discussions with Airbus about a future order for some 100 A321 aircraft for its recently acquired subsidiary Laudamotion, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said on Wednesday. The Irish budget carrier is also interested in the latest Boeing narrow-body model - the 737 MAX 10 - for its all-Boeing main fleet "at the right price" but those conditions do not exist currently, O'Leary told Reuters in an interview. Any future order of Airbus A321s for Austrian unit Laudamotion would most likely not include fewer than 100 aircraft, O'Leary said on the sidelines of an A4E airlines conference in Brussels.
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Ryanair, which has faced a series of strikes across Europe over the last year, has made significant progress in union talks in recent months and has said it hopes to come to agreements with unions in all its main markets before the end of March. Ryanair said it had reached an agreement with the VC union, which was responsible for Ryanair's first ever pilot strike in Dec. 2017, on pay and allowances for a four-year period.
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Belgian pilots have overwhelmingly voted in favour of a deal with Ryanair on pay and rosters, the Belgian cockpit association (BeCA) said on Friday. The BeCA said that 98.5 percent of those participating in a secret ballot had voted in favour of the deal that the association said guaranteed stability for pilots for the next four years and harmonised working conditions and pay for all pilots based in Belgium. It is now up to Ryanair to establish an appropriate local management structure that will guarantee the quick implementation of these commitments," BeCa said in a statement.
Ryanair does not expect strike action from staff this summer but air-traffic control problems are likely to cause significant disruption, the Irish low-cost carrier's marketing chief said on Thursday. Europe's largest budget airline suffered a number of strikes by pilots and cabin crew last year, grounding hundreds of flights across Europe, having agreed to recognise unions for the first time in 2017. While pilot unions in some countries have suspended talks over pay and conditions in protest at the threat of base closures, Kenny Jacobs told journalists he still expects to reach agreement with all the airline's main unions by the end of March, the end of the company's financial year.