Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ryanair Hldg. 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
  -0.21 € -1.24% 16.70 € 16.71 € 16.73 € 17.04 € 16.70 € 16.97 € 1,516,254 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 6,647.8 1,470.3 105.3 15.9 19,753.77

Ryanair Hldg. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/12/2017
17:30
If RYA are forced by pilots to match T&C of competitors for their staff then their busineas model will beed to change and it may see the end of the existing business model. Freddy Laker Mark II ?
wolfhound1
11/12/2017
22:30
I'm wondering if the Pilots might just hold it together enough to win union recognition.....If that happens it's a whole new ball game...
sweyn
01/11/2017
08:24
Great company it was a bargain in 2008 now I just wish all the media bashing would create a dirt cheap price again
spob
31/10/2017
11:54
Is anyone bullish here or is everyone a RYA basher? I took a BA flight to Italy recently and the only difference was the trolley had M&S sandwiches on it - everything else was just blue instead of orange. I see nothing but good hard management practises at work here.
hootza616
31/10/2017
08:05
Easyjet new high recent
larva
31/10/2017
08:00
A quick scan shows provision for a further £700m loss that has yet to be booked. 'Customers' look to be defined as people with a My Ryanair' profile. That is not a customer Mick. I am sure a professional will find more. Much more. Profit is just a feat of accounting engineering. God help anyone even farting on an RYA flight unless they bought a pre paid fart permit when booking.
ccnp
27/10/2017
14:17
Imagine running a company with such disdain for your employees that when critical mass is met..........meltdown occurs.£30 fares? Fill your boots mate. You are a part of the machine.
calabrian
25/10/2017
14:11
Well if people want to go back to the days when they were paying £200-300 or more for a scheduled flight to Europe then they should hope these go out of business. But I pay €20 to get from Malaga to Palma with these and the same for a flight to the UK. So what do you expect for that, free champagne and canapes? There is a choice of who you fly with and most people choose these.
gerdmuller
25/10/2017
11:17
Rankerair ? or even Frankenair ?
ccnp
25/10/2017
10:18
This company has created its own Frankenstien monster. When the pilots hate the company, the staff hate the company, the customers hate the company, the investors hate the company, the MARKET hates the company. So they will lose customers, lose money, lose pilots, get fined, lose more customers, lose more money. This is the next in a long list of Air Berlin type failures imo.
kmann
23/10/2017
07:32
Heading towards support level of €14 ans after that support level is €11....MOL might be heading for early retirement at this rate.
wolfhound1
20/10/2017
21:25
Trouble at Stansted...
bonovox4
19/10/2017
07:47
How are they gonna grow to 600 aircraft when they cannot crew the fleet they have?
alphabravo321
06/10/2017
15:14
Does the memo read like this? -Ryanair pilots aren't scum anymore, but other airlines' pilots are scum.-Love it. So glad I don't work for this guy. Is he trying to swindle them into staying?
calabrian
06/10/2017
10:33
Don't think Monarch guys will be forced to join Ryan by circumstance.Most of the UK airbus operators have opened Monarch specific pathways, certainly Virgin, Thomas Cook, Thompson, Easy plus I believe Qatar, and various Hong Kong operators are organising recruiting events for them. Monarch was a well respected airline with high quality standards and training. Their pilots are a valuable commodity and in the current recruiting climate will not have to sink as low as Ryan.
sweyn
06/10/2017
08:15
www.travelweekly.co.uk/articles/288997/oleary-pleads-with-pilots-not-to-quit-ryanair Please do your own research.
qantas
02/10/2017
15:02
Up some 3.5% on Monach demise just before market close BUT EZY up much more.
pugugly
02/10/2017
06:31
They may not be the usual pilots RYA recruits but Monarch's demise may well be a blessing for RYA and a catastrophe for the RYA pilots who have been treated so badly.
ccnp
01/10/2017
10:02
ICC have said pay refunds RA in 7 days ( 28 for expenses) or else and RA need to provide transparency on claims settled - suspect we will see some big compo numbers and pilots and other groups also pressing their advantage - could be a rocky road to Christmas for RA
wolfhound1
30/9/2017
17:54
It won't be discrete and I promise you it will already be happening. I was running a project building this into a tier one, a global household name, new systems just over a decade ago and I am now way out of date with how the tech has developed since then. In leisure industry online booking systems, identifying the source of a booking request was Introduction class 101 at the Millenium. Not doing it today is negligence by a CIO/CTO. Anyone who tells you they 'wished they'd booked when they first looked because the prices have just gone up' has seen how effective this is. Your (partial) defence is switching between devices and switching browsers but these guys are good at using breadcrumbs generated by Google et al who promptly propogate trans platform (phone, pad, PC, Mac, work, home, your kids/spouse's machines etc) in a nano sec. You may sometimes think 'the internet's a bit slow today'. Quite often, it's prep time by the site to check you out. It takes a few seconds to consolidate the data from what may few a few 10s, if not 100s of pings to call out your up to date info. Prices are also affected by volume of bookings by source. The more seats you book (ie more than 1), the more they jack up the price in addition to restricting channel and block discounts from that source. Which suggests that an analysis of other carriers on RYA routes help with identifying some likely improvement in revenues. Good luck.
ccnp
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