Ryanair Holdings lost more than €2 billion of its value as investors sold shares in travel and leisure businesses, seen as most vulnerable if countries reinstate lockdowns or restrictions. Photograph: iStock

Investors wiped more than an estimated €5 billion off the value of three leading Irish companies as news of Covid’s latest variant sparked stock marke(...)

News that Lufthansa had recorded a first profit since last year  benefited airlines overall. Photograph: Odd Andersen/AFP via Getty

Strong earnings reports from heavyweight companies combined with rising commodity prices to lift European shares to another record high on Wednesday. (...)

Ryanair flew 10.6 million passengers in September, maintaining traffic above the 10 million-mark breached in August for the first time since Covid-19 struck in March 2020. Photograph: Getty Images

Ryanair flew 10.6 million passengers in September, maintaining traffic above the 10 million-mark breached in August for the first time since Covid-19 (...)

Ryanair forecasts its capacity, the number of flights and seats, will return to pre-pandemic levels in October, from 90 per cent now. Photograph:  Paul Faith

Ryanair flew 11.1 million passengers in August, passing the 10-million mark for the first time since Covid-19 hit in March 2020. Figures published by(...)

Michael O’Leary took a 50 per cent pay cut to €250,000 and received no cash bonus while Ryanair dealt with the impact of Covid-19 travel bans. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Ryanair paid chief executive Michael O’Leary more than €2 million in salary and share options in the 12 months to March 31st, company reports confirm(...)

CRH retreated 4.39% to €39.84 as construction-related stocks gave up some of the gains made in recent days. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Rising Covid cases in Europe and the US dampened hopes of a recovery, leaving investors wary of shares and hitting travel stocks. DUBLIN Airline Rya(...)

Bank of Ireland retreated 1.49 per cent to €4.353.

European stocks hit new highs on Monday, but airline and travel shares took a hit as fears grew that Covid-19’s delta variant would become region’s do(...)

On Monday the airline said the new aircraft would help Ryanair cut costs, fuel consumption, noise and carbon emissions. Photograph: DPA/AFP via Getty Images

Ryanair will hire 2,000 new pilots as it takes delivery of new Boeing jets over the next three years. The Irish airline group recently received the f(...)

Ryanair reported that it flew 5.3 million passengers in June, 25 per cent more than  predicted. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty

Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan could immediately open travel throughout the European Union to 1.5 million fully vaccinated Irish people by “turnin(...)

A Norwegian Air Shuttle airline Boeing 737-800 as it approaches Oslo Airport in Norway.

Norwegian Air Shuttle replaced its chief executive officer after exiting insolvency proceedings, as the low-cost airline rebuilds its operations as a (...)

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