Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ryanair Holdings Plc LSE:RYA London Ordinary Share IE00BYTBXV33 ORD EUR0.006
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.005 -0.03% 15.525 15.52 15.53 15.66 15.44 15.60 144,511 12:41:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 7,697.4 948.1 77.4 20.1 17,402

Ryanair Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/10/2019
15:33
How come iag/rya/ezj are quite strong today? all of them about 3% up - Easyjet's trading statement is tomorrow i believe.
darius12
02/10/2019
08:28
We don't all want to travel like a student. Perhaps the stag and hens do's Ryanair passengers don't give a dam.
montyhedge
01/10/2019
08:57
Hmm, very strong run from the low, so I've taken profits for a possible dip back to that €10 level. Too many known unknowns (Brexit, max issues, industrial relations) for my risk appetite to ride it higher. Would also like to see some fresh blood in the BOD.
time_traveller
30/9/2019
20:20
Lol. Anyways, another European airline going bust... https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/another-european-airline-files-receivership-153813534.html
gimmethefax
30/9/2019
15:30
Never buy anything on a plane even when I fly to the us. Food is always average at best would rather eat before or buy a sandwich or something similar at the airport. To me flying is a necessary evil of getting where you want after a couple of hours even on a 747 its boring best just to settle down with a book and some headphones on and hope it passes quickly. Ryanair give you the option to buy your ticket cheaply and then if you want them pay for the extras would rather have it that way than have it all included in the ticket price nothing is free.
tim 3
30/9/2019
13:37
albert, you don't need to fly RYA or like the company or make money investing in the shares. Think you are confusing the two.
essentialinvestor
30/9/2019
13:35
Prefer BOAC days leave the stag and hens do's to Ryanair.
montyhedge
30/9/2019
11:27
And look up on the ticket price! Fact is, Ryanair democratised air travel - poorer people can eschew the on board sales and now afford to travel, while munching their homemade sandwich, and bottle filled from the airport water fountain, and the wealthier can buy the extras. Or do you prefer the days of BEA/BOAC, where air travel was the preserve of the very wealthy (but food and drink was included)?
time_traveller
30/9/2019
09:51
A possible customer would look down on it.
albert3591
30/9/2019
09:35
As an investor, what's not to like about that?! As a punter, you're on the wrong forum.
time_traveller
30/9/2019
06:08
Would you like some water sir,that will be 3€ please.
albert3591
29/9/2019
12:44
Just got back from Spain with them. Faultless service only extra I had to pay for was seat reservation or they will randomly put you anywhere on the plane not with family/partner which is a bit cheeky but again made perfectly clear on website. Lots cheaper than the competition and plenty of flights plane was full both ways and on time. I don't pay for checking a bag in which saves a load and also saves times, surprising how little you actually need when you look more closely at it.
tim 3
29/9/2019
12:03
XL Airways gone bust, more pilots looking for a job.
montyhedge
29/9/2019
10:14
To many pilots.https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/ryanair-pilots-told-take-unpaid-20234772
montyhedge
28/9/2019
18:30
I think so with these airlines going bust must be a lot of pilots looking for jobs, weakens greedy Balpa pilots bargaining power.
montyhedge
28/9/2019
16:40
Monty, very nice longer term upside. I'm not sure we have seen the low yet though, but who knows.
essentialinvestor
28/9/2019
15:34
Second biggest airliner in France just gone bust, good news for Easyjet, Ryanair and IAG.
montyhedge
27/9/2019
17:46
If i want to grouch about RYA I will,no matter what anyone says on this thread.
albert3591
27/9/2019
14:07
At least pilot strike at BA cost pilots money has well.May make pilots think twice before striking.https://www.thesun.co.uk/travel/9903547/british-airways-strike-captains-pay-loss/
montyhedge
27/9/2019
11:49
FFS, if you don't like RYA then don't fly with them, it's that simple. Some people just like to complain like an old women. Seriously, get a grip.
essentialinvestor
27/9/2019
10:15
nobody is forcing you to pay albert! I don't need level 2 data from this site - i get it from elsewhere!
darius12
26/9/2019
15:21
Darius12 I see you don’t pay for advfn same as me,the same goes for you gimmethafax.Practice what you preach.
albert3591
26/9/2019
13:29
Exactly. It's a business. If airlines get pennies for tickets they will go bust as we are seeing. Simple economics really. Going on holiday is not a human right. They can charge what they like
gimmethefax
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