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Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary, aboard one of his aircraft at Stansted Airport.  Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Michael O’Leary will stay on as chief executive of Ryanair until at least 2024, but the airline will shortly be a different organisation to the one he(...)

Ryanair releases third-quarter numbers on Monday.    Earlier this month, it lowered its full-year guidance   to about €1 to €1.1 billion on the back of weaker winter fares. Photograph: Gleb Garanich/Reuters

Monday Results: Ryanair, Alphabet.  Indicators: Irish services PMI (Jan), exchequer returns (Jan); euro zone PPI (Dec); UK construction PMI (Jan(...)

Ryanair is “wrapping its arms” around its UK staff in order not to lose them. Photograph: Paul Hanna/File Photo/Reuters

There was “too much gloating” in Ireland about the UK’s difficulties over Brexit, a senior Ryanair executive has said. “As an airline we have taken t(...)

Ryanair argues that many staff are happy with contractor status, which they say gives them higher pay. Photograph: Reuters

Ryanair is ramping up a new subsidiary with weaker labour rights to better compete in eastern Europe, infuriating staff and unions by bypassing conces(...)

Portuguese union official Fernando Gantra said the airline’s European operations in Dublin were contacted late on Saturday night about arranging accommodation for the crews.

Ryanair has apologised to staff after claims they were forced to sleep overnight in a crew room after being stranded at Malaga Airport. Four Ryanair(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary

Ryanair cancelled more flights than the 190 originally planned in Europe on Friday as German pilots joined cabin crew strikes in six countries. Crew (...)

Ryanair chief operations officer Peter Bellew said Ryanair and Stansted were “clearly being discriminated against”.

Ryanair has submitted a formal complaint to the European Commission and the UK Civil Aviation Authority alleging “blatant discrimination” against it a(...)

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(...)

Ryanair said on Monday that it has invited Fórsa to meet following the strike, which it says will involve just 25 per cent of its Irish pilots

Ryanair has invited pilots’ union representatives to talks in anticipation of a fourth strike at the airline this week. The move came as pilots emplo(...)

The Irish Airline Pilots’ Association said members at Ryanair would hold a fourth strike on Friday, August 3rd.

Ryanair has not ruled out further job cuts on top of the possible 300 announced on Wednesday if Irish pilots continue striking. The airline on Wednes(...)

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