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Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary accused the German government of using “the pretext of Covid-19” to prop up Lufthansa with a bailout.

Ryanair has accused rival German airline Lufthansa of a price-fixing cartel and has vowed to challenge its €6 billion bailout in the European Court of(...)

Ryanair expects to carry 80 million passengers this year, close to half it expected before the pandemic.

Ryanair shares surged almost 16 per cent on Monday despite the group predicting that it would lose €200 million in the three months to the end of June(...)

Alitalia  under state control will  “focus strongly on long-haul routes, also with new transatlantic alliances”. Photograph: iStock

The Italian government will inject at least €3 billion in fresh capital into Alitalia, the industry minister said on Thursday, laying out the plan for(...)

Protective covers on the engines of a  plane operated by Air France-KLM at Blagnac Airport in Toulouse, France. Photograph: Balint Porneczi/Bloomberg

Air France-KLM has won EU approval for a €7 billion French state aid package that finance minister Bruno Le Maire said would lead to cutbacks in domes(...)

Michael O’Leary expects Ryanair  flights to reach about 40 per cent of the usual schedule in the month they resume, most likely late June or early July, increasing to 60 per cent by September. Photograph: Getty

Ryanair told Europe’s top competition official that it may go to court to stop France and other countries from “selectively gifting billions of euros (...)

 Passengers in the departure halls that are still open at Schiphol, the Netherlands. Photograph: Robin Van Lonkhuijsen/EPA

The next test of strained relations between the Dutch and their EU neighbours, after the fortnight-long car crash of a negotiation that resulted in Th(...)

AIB added 3 per cent to €4.25 and paper and packaging company Smurfit Kappa rose 1.5 per cent to €25.90.

European shares were little changed, as a weaker sterling boosted the FTSE 100 in London, but German shares declined slightly and the French market po(...)

    Wow’s   financial woes emerged in September, after running the rule over its books. Photograph:   Brian Lougheed

Aircraft financier Avolon has taken back control of four aircraft that it had leased to Wow Air, the troubled Icelandic budget airline. Wow’s future (...)

Former Telecom Italia chief executive Amos Genish. Photograph: Remo Casilli/Reuters

The ousted chief executive of Italy’s biggest phone group, Telecom Italia, described his sacking on Tuesday as a Soviet-style putsch and vowed to rema(...)

Pope Francis waves from the steps of his Aer Lingus jet  during a farewell ceremony upon his departure at Dublin Airport in Dublin on Sunday evening. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Pope Francis has made a plea for forgiveness at the closing event of a two-day trip to Ireland which has been dominated by the issue of sexual and ins(...)

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