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Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary: “I have never in my 30 years in the industry seen such a clean-out.” Photograph: Niklas Halle’n/AFP/Getty Images

Up to 100 million of Ryanair’s competitors’ seats will be taken out over the next 18 months as the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on airlines deepens, (...)

An Iraqi investor looks at an electronic board showing shares’ information at the Iraqi stock exchange in Baghdad. Photograph:  EPA/Ahmed Jalil

European shares posted their best day in six weeks on Tuesday, rebounding from a sharp sell-off as optimism around Brexit and US stimulus helped to al(...)

Europe’s second-largest discount carrier will postpone the handovers, which were due over a three-year period.

EasyJet shares rose after the UK airline said it will defer the delivery of another 22 Airbus SE jets to conserve cash as the coronavirus crisis conti(...)

Ryanair’s stock dipped more than 4.5 per cent to close at €15.56 after the airline cancelled 12 international and domestic UK routes on Monday.

Stocks fell on Monday as stricter curbs to fight a fast-spreading new strain of the coronavirus prompted travel bans, worries about food shortages and(...)

Ferries will continue to run to keep supply-chains open. However these will not carry ordinary passengers. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/EPA

How is the Irish Government dealing with the new, more virulent strain of Covid-19 detected in the UK? On Sunday evening, the Government announced a (...)

Passengers flying to and from the UK face an uncertain time after new Covid travel restrictions were imposed by the British government. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ryanair and Aer Lingus will refund passengers whose flights are banned under restrictions imposed to contain a new Covid strain that has emerged in Br(...)

Norwegianhas secured Irish examinership protection. Photograph: iStock

How Irish is Norwegian Air Shuttle? A High Court judge wanted to know last week. Enough to grant protection from creditors, it turned out. A few wee(...)

Shares in petrol station chain Applegreen surged 44.3% to €5.60. File photograph: The Irish Times

Brexit jitters prompted investors to sell shares on Thursday, hitting Irish-focused equities and travel stocks. DUBLIN Petrol station chain Applegre(...)

Ryanair has already committed to buying 135 of the craft, and has an option to take a further 75.  Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

Ryanair is said to be close to confirming an order for “dozens” of Boeing’s 737 Max in a deal likely to feature deep discounts on the aircraft’s €100 (...)

EasyJet says it is tightening its hand luggage rules to ‘improve boarding and punctuality’. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

EasyJet will start charging customers a premium for the use of overhead lockers on flights. The airline says it is tightening its hand luggage rules (...)

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