Ryanair has reported a 14 per cent increase in passenger numbers for June. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ryanair has reported a 14 per cent increase in passenger numbers for June. The airline said it carried a total of 9.5 million passengers last month, u(...)

 Aer Lingus: It is not clear yet whether the deal will mean lower fares for consumers.  Photograph: Peter  Muhly/AFP/Getty Images

International Consolidated Airline Group’s (IAG) €1.4 billion bid for Aer Lingus moved a critical step closer to success when the Government announced(...)

Ryanair’s chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs and chief commercial officer David O’Brien announce the airline’s end-of-year results.Photograph: Cyril Byrne/THE IRISH TIMES

Ryanair will focus on key European markets such as Germany to drive growth this year, its executives said after releasing results showing it made €8(...)

Hotels for the higher earner Are you a Henry? The latest acronym describes “high-earning-not-rich-yet” millennials, a group targeted by Starwood for t(...)

Ryanair has agreed a deal with online distributor, Sabre, that will allow the airline to sell tickets to travel agents and corporations connected to the technology company’s system

Ryanair has agreed a deal with online distributor, Sabre, that will allow the airline to sell tickets to travel agents and corporations connected to t(...)

Ryanair has reported a 16 per cent increase in passenger numbers for April.The budget airline said it carried a total nine million passengers last mon(...)

Ryanair shares ended 1.05 per cent ahead yesterday at €11.055, with just over a million shares changing hands in Dublin. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Ryanair shares rose sharply on the Irish stock exchange following news that the airline broke the 90-million passenger barrier in its last financia(...)

Ryanair wants to grow its share of the central European country’s market to between 15 per cent and 20 per cent from its current 4 per cent by 2019. File photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Ryanair is stepping up its efforts to lure more German fliers by establishing a new base in Berlin.The Irish airline wants to grow its share of the ce(...)

Kenny Jacobs, Ryanair’s chief marketing officer: airline operator’s certificate would open up  new markets in the region such as Israel, Turkey and possibly parts of the Middle East.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Ryanair plans to continue with its plans to expand in Cyprus even though the national airline for which it was bidding has been grounded. The Irish a(...)

 Michael O’Leary, chief exepective of Irish low-cost airline Ryanair, speaks at a press conference at Hahn Airport in Lautzenhausen, Germany. Photograph: Thomas Frey/EPA

Ryanair expects a ruling shortly on its challenge to a UK regulator’s attempts to force it to cut its stake in Aer Lingus to 5 per cent from 29.8 per (...)