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 Lufthansa aircraft   at Berlin Brandenburg International Airport in Schönefeld, Germany. The German government and Lufthansa have reached an agreement on a bailout rescue package. Photograph: EPA/Oliver Lang

Ryanair is almost certain to oppose the German government’s €9 billion bailout of airline group Deutsche Lufthansa. Germany’s government confirmed o(...)

Ryanair expects to carry 80 million passengers this year, close to half it expected before the pandemic.

Ryanair shares surged almost 16 per cent on Monday despite the group predicting that it would lose €200 million in the three months to the end of June(...)

Ryanair said that it was cutting the jobs through ending probation periods and fixed-term contracts, resignations and redundancies. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ryanair is cutting 250 jobs across four offices, including Dublin, as Covid-19 travel bans continue to hit aviation. The news comes as Europe’s bigge(...)

 Ryanair jets at Dublin Airport. The airline says both it and its Vienna-based subsidiary, Laudamotion, would oppose the subsidy the Austrian government is giving to Austrian Airlines. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ryanair says it will oppose the near-€800 million government aid to rival Austrian Airlines but does favour transparent support for European airlines (...)

Grounded Ryanair planes this week. 17 trainees from the airline are in quarantine in Dublin. Photograph: Benoit Doppagne/Belga/AFP via Getty

A group of trainee Italian Ryanair stewards all tested positive for coronavirus and are in quarantine in Dublin, according to reports in Italy. Of th(...)

Ryanair said  results made it appropriate to raise its full-year profit after tax guidance range from €800m-€900m  to a new range of €950m-€1.05bn

Ryanair has increased its expected full-year profit guidance following sales over the Christmas and the new year period. The airline, in a note to i(...)

Former Ryanair chief operating officer Peter Bellew; “He [Mr O’Leary] started threatening me with litigation on the phone, so the call ended with his threats.” Photograph: Collins Courts

Ryanair’s departing chief operations officer Peter Bellew told the High Court that the airline’s boss, Michael O’Leary, roared and shouted at him, and(...)

Former Ryanair chief operating officer Peter Bellew: The airline is suing him to prevent him joining Easyjet. Photograph: Collins Courts

Meetings to tackle pilot absenteeism at Ryanair had “bad outcomes” in some cases, outgoing chief operations officer Peter Bellew claimed in the High C(...)

Ryanair’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary, told staff this week that the airline had 500 more pilots and 400 more cabin crew than it needed. Sascha Steinbach/EPA

Ryanair is continuing to recruit pilots despite announcing plans to cut up to 900 jobs, one trade union says. The Irish airline’s chief executive, Mi(...)

Glanbia chief executive Siobhán Talbot. The company’s share price was down 8.2% to €10.83 on Thursday.

European shares ended higher on Thursday as strong earnings from British American Tobacco and a multibillion dollar merger in the financial sector hel(...)

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