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Ryanair will fly Luxembourg-Stansted daily and Luxembourg-Porto five times a-week beginning in September. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

Ryanair is likely to rely on its own resources this year to finance the purchase of craft rather than going to to the bond markets. Addressing the In(...)

Michael O’Leary, chief executive officer of Ryanair. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) does not need to build a new €50 million air traffic control tower at Dublin Airport, according to Ryanair chief ex(...)

The Irish Aviation Authority said that the tower is needed to ensure safety and pointed out that other airports with parallel runways, including Manchester and Istanbul, have similar structures. Photograph:  Alan Betson

Dublin Airport will need a new 87m high air traffic control tower along with its second runway, bringing the cost of developments there to a possible(...)

The project’s cost is a potential source of friction with DAA’s airline customers who support the project but argue that it must be brought in on time and on budget. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) will meet airlines and local groups in coming weeks as it seeks to push ahead with its €320 million plan to build a sec(...)

Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs will address the conference on the opening afternoon. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs, Hostelworld’s Feargal Mooney and TripAdvisor’s Stephen Kaufer, all feature on the roster of the speakers lined up for this yea(...)

Ryanair Holdings gets about 27 per cent of its sales from the UK but says that a Brexit would not have an immediate impact on its business. (Photograph: JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images)

Ireland’s largest companies are beginning to feel the effect of Britain’s division over whether to remain in the European Union. Concern about the (...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary

Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost carrier, is capturing market share quicker than expected in Germany, an executive told Reuters on Friday. Ryanair,(...)

The airline is also running new winter services from Dublin to Athens, Bologna, Murcia, Porto and Seville, as well more flights to Bucharest and Gatwick

Ryanair is backing Dublin Airport’s €250 million new runway plan, but does not want it to increase passenger charges to pay for the project. Dublin (...)

The airline attributed the rise in passenger numbers last month to lower fares following the terrorist events in Paris

Ryanair has become the first airline to carry over 100 million international passengers in one year, according to new figures published on Thursday. (...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary. Photograph: Bloomberg

Traffic at Ryanair rose 21 per cent in November, the airline said , reaching 7.71 million customers for the month. Load factor for the month, a mea(...)

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