A Ryanair worker taking part in a protest in Valencia, Spain, in September. Photograph: Heino Kalis/File Photo/Reuters

Moves by Ryanair to close bases in some parts of Europe represent a “declaration of war”, union leaders say. The leadership of the pilot groups said (...)

At the meeting, Michael O’Leary told  shareholders that further strikes were likely to follow this summer’s industrial unrest at Ryanair as the airline got to grips with trade unions.

Ryanair looks likely to face increasing pressure from shareholders in the future to make changes to its board, even though investors voted to re-elect(...)

Ryanair agreed to recognise trade unions in December and said  it had reached deals with organisations representing about 60 per cent of pilots and cabin crew across its network. Photograph: Reuters

A European trade union group is demanding that Ryanair offer contract pilots direct employment from the beginning of 2019. Shareholders are due to at(...)

Ryanair pilots: Ryanair Transnational Pilot Group has tabled  a “way to de-escalate the current conflict” between the airline and its pilots. Photograph: Laura Hutton/Collins

A group backed by European pilot unions has written to Ryanair proposing a way out of the industrial relations turbulence in which the airline found i(...)

Bjorn Kjos, CEO of Norwegian Air Shuttle, the carrier looking to offer long-haul low fares option to Asia and America out of Ireland.

The Irish Government must maintain diplomatic pressure to ensure the US department of transportation grants a full permit for a transatlantic service (...)

Pilots’ unions on both sides of the Atlantic accuse Norwegian Air International of using Ireland as a flag of convenience to hire cheap labour

European pilots have vowed to continue to challenge a US decision to grant an Irish-based airline a licence to fly there on the grounds that it will (...)