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Shares of carriers like EasyJet and Ryanair  that have a large UK presence advanced on Monday.

Ryanair has seen a “large surge” in bookings from the United Kingdom to holiday destinations since British prime minister Boris Johnson outlined a roa(...)

Landlord Irish Residential Properties Real Estate Investment Trust retreated 1.68% to €1.52. File photograph: The Irish Times

Investors sold European stocks for a third straight day on Thursday as a strong euro and rising commodity prices sparked inflation fears. DUBLIN Rya(...)

American Airlines joined the list of stocks making gains. Photograph: Daniel Slim / AFP

European stocks closed higher on Thursday as a bounce in Wall Street stocks, gains in airlines and upbeat earnings reports drove a reversal of early l(...)

Ryanair closed down 4% in Dublin

European shares closed at two-week lows on Monday as a slump in German business morale underscored the damage from tighter Covid-19 restrictions, whil(...)

In Dublin,  shares of Ryanair fell 3.1 per cent to close at €15.30. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

European stocks rose on Monday as a jump in carmaker Stellantis and luxury stocks helped reverse early market losses due to worries about an economic(...)

CarTrawler makes software used by airlines and travel partners to connect to car rental, airport transfer and ride-hailing providers

CarTrawler has said it expects a strong return to international travel this year. The Irish travel tech company’s chief executive Cormac Barry foreca(...)

Eight out of 10 Ryanair customers said in a Which? survey that  they were dissatisfied with the refund service they received after their flight was cancelled in 2020. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Ryanair has been rated joint-worst airline for customer service by people who tried to get a refund after their flight was cancelled. The airline sco(...)

Cash-strapped EasyJet had been hoping to be gearing up for a recovery this spring. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire

British airline EasyJet boosted its liquidity through a new five-year loan facility of $1.87 billion (€1.54bn), backed by a partial guarantee from Bri(...)

Chief executive of Shannon Group Mary Considine  and Ryanair DAC chief executive Eddie Wilson. Photograph: Arthur Ellis

European airlines are stepping up pressure on airports to slash landing charges, leading to warnings of a race to the bottom in an industry decimated (...)

The number of people passing through the Republic’s airports fell more than 80 per cent in 2020. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The swift reaction by governments in Europe and further afield to the emergence of a new Covid-19 strain in Britain highlighted once again the uncerta(...)

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