Malta Air

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Overall, Ryanair will be operating 160 routes out of Ireland next summer, of which 105 will be at Dublin airport

Ryanair has announced four new routes from Dublin for its summer 2020 schedule. It also emerged yesterday that the Irish carrier is moving ahead with(...)

Eddie Wilson’s new job as chief executive of Ryanair DAC means the public could see more of him.

There is more to running an airline than industrial relations, but that has been one of the big stories at Ryanair since December 2017, when it agreed(...)

Eddie Wilson has worked at the airline for 22 years. Photograph: Garrett White

Ryanair chief people officer, Eddie Wilson, will succeed Michael O’Leary as chief executive of the group’s biggest airline, Ryanair DAC, from this wee(...)

Ryanair said profit after tax was €243m for the three months to June 30th. That was down 21%  from €309m  a year earlier, but ahead of analysts’ predictions which had forecast a profit of €232m.  Photograph: Regis Duvignau/File Photo/Reuters

Ryanair Holdings’ predicted that air fares would continue falling this summer after reporting that profit fell 21 per cent to €243 million in the thre(...)

The benchmark S&P 500 index is now just about 2 per cent away from its early May record high. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Hopes of monetary stimulus lifted investor sentiment globally on Tuesday with anticipation of an interest rate cut by the US Federal Reserve. In the U(...)

Ryanair says it will switch six Malta-based aircraft on to the country’s register, and increase this number to 10 within three years

Ryanair confirmed on Tuesday that it will buy Malta Air in a move that will open more non-EU markets to the Irish airline. It emerged this week that (...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe on budget day last year. Asked whether he was dismayed at the fact the Government was ignoring IFAC’s advice, its chairman said: “The Government are ignoring their own advice and projections.”

The Government’s medium-term projections for the public finances are “not credible”, the State’s fiscal watchdog has said in its latest assessment of (...)

Michael O’Leary, chief executive officer of Ryanair, during a Bloomberg Television interview in New York. Photograph: Christopher Goodney/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The news that Ryanair is apparently set to launch Malta Air, a new low-cost airline on the sun-soaked island of Malta, is clear evidence of the group’(...)

Ryanair already operates six aircraft at its Maltese base under its own brand, servicing more than 60 routes.

Ryanair is in advanced talks with the government of Malta to launch a new airline on the island called Malta Air, it is understood. Ryanair said on M(...)