Ryanair boosted its annual profit guidance on Monday as rivals cuts theirs after the Irish airline booked a better-than-expected first quarter. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times 1:08

Ryanair boosted its annual profit guidance on Monday as rivals cuts theirs after the Irish airline booked a better-than-expected first quarter in whi(...)

Christoph Mueller: Aer Lingus CEO is to step down next May. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The race to succeed Christoph Mueller in the €1.5 million-a-year top job at Aer Lingus is likely to attract candidates from both at home and abroad, (...)

There will be more talk of a post- Michael O’Leary  Ryanair. Photograph:  Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images

Ryanair’s announcement yesterday that finance chief Howard Millar is leaving later this year means two familiar faces will have gone from the airline’(...)

Ryanair finished 0.9 per cent lower at €6.91, with the airline announcing that Howard Millar plans to step down as deputy chief executive and chief financial officer in December

European stocks were little changed, with the Stoxx Europe 600 Index capping its fourth straight quarterly gain, as contracts to buy previously owned(...)

Ryanair  chief financial officer Howard Millar: “This short-term thing happens all the time. It was Ukraine, now it’s Iraq, it will be something else.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

European airline shares have fallen sharply as growing violence in Iraq marks the end of an unprecedented period of low volatility in oil prices. Bren(...)

Both the Fitch and Standard & Poor ratings class Ryanair as a lower risk for lenders than rivals such as Lufthansa.

Credit ratings agency Fitch has cleared the way for Ryanair to borrow €500 million through a bond issue to help foot the bill for new aircraft that it(...)

Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs with Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar and Dublin Airport managing director  Vincent Harrison  yesterday when the airline  announced seven new routes from Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator

Ryanair is likely to borrow €500 million through a bond issue in early summer ahead of taking delivery of the first of 1(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly entered judgment at the Commercial Court yesterday against John McGee, with an address at Drynam Road, Swords, Co Dublin. A solicitor for Mr McGee said he was consenting to judgment.

The National Assets Management Agency has secured €5.4 million judgment orders against a Dublin businessman arising from loans and guara(...)

Passengers who book seats but do not fly are not entitled to have their air fare returned but should get taxes and airport charges refunded

European airlines, including Aer Lingus and Ryanair, kept a total of €4.1 billion in uncollected fees, taxes and charges last year from passeng(...)

International credit rating agencies are likely to give their first assessment of Ryanair by the middle of the year

International credit rating agencies are likely to give their first assessment of Ryanair by the middle of the year, just months before it begins taki(...)