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
  +0.20 € +1.25% 16.25 € 16.22 € 16.26 € 16.43 € 16.17 € 16.35 € 2,689,365 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 6,647.8 1,470.3 105.3 15.4 19,534.55

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20/10/2017
22:25
Trouble at Stansted...
bonovox4
19/10/2017
08:47
How are they gonna grow to 600 aircraft when they cannot crew the fleet they have?
alphabravo321
06/10/2017
16:14
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
11:33
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
09:15
www.travelweekly.co.uk/articles/288997/oleary-pleads-with-pilots-not-to-quit-ryanair Please do your own research.
qantas
02/10/2017
16:02
Up some 3.5% on Monach demise just before market close BUT EZY up much more.
pugugly
02/10/2017
07:31
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
11:02
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
18:54
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a project building this into a tier one, a global household name, new systems just over a decade ago and I am now way out of date with how the tech has developed since then.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
30/9/2017
17:33
If I was Easyjet and Jet2 I'd be discretely hiking seat prices. After all Ryanair will be buying them!
orinocor
30/9/2017
16:20
I think people may be underestimating the damage this has done. Have little doubt the current issues will be resolved in time but how much damage has been done to their reputation and confidence with passengers. Its one thing to be known for charging hidden extras but quite another when people lose confidence in their ability to deliver the flights they have paid for. They may do ok on routes they have exclusivity on but when they are head to head with their low cost competition how many will now book with the competition even if it means paying a little more. He really has handled a bad situation,poorly.
tim 3
30/9/2017
11:54
Olearys problem is CAA have shown that Oleary can be beaten - costs of cancellations just went up for RA 10 fold. RA will now want to contain any further cancellations - including potential "work to rule" cancellations. That will strengthen pilot negotiating position on T&C - bad for RA bottom line into the future and pilots are now operating on a unified basis across RA. ...no sugar coating this, Oleary has miscalculated and his usual bluff and bluster has been counter productive.... share price make take hit in coming months as analysts start pricing in rising costbase - next support level is €14 and possibly €11
wolfhound1
30/9/2017
11:11
O'Leary why should he care, worth £800m. Stuff the passengers.
montyhedge
29/9/2017
21:58
orinicor Ryanair's current problems have nothing to do with pilot rosters. However I don't have a problem with the second part of your opinion.It must be tough working for MOL and his board. Reminds me of that story...........Gypsys holding people as slaves for years of their lives.I hope the Ryanair's of this world crumble to dust and I hope people stop giving their hard earned money to the likes of Ryanair, MOL and any other company who have absolute no respect for their workers.All of their PR is smoke and mirrors.
calabrian
29/9/2017
11:21
www.travelmole.com/news_feature.php?c=setreg&region=2&m_id=d~AY!~Abs~&w_id=33615&news_id=2029104 Please do your own research...
qantas
29/9/2017
11:02
I think part of the reason profits have been expected to be in guidance is because, until very recently at least, fuel prices have been below budget - partly due to the strength of the Euro and partly due to oil prices in the first 6 months of the year
frazboy
29/9/2017
10:28
If they can screw up pilot rotas what else can they screw up? I'd be concerned about flying on this airline due to safety issues now.
orinocor
29/9/2017
10:23
Hard to believe there won't be some financial damage here. Absolutely convinced they will warn on profits. Let alone all the court cases and reputational (did they ever one!! ) damage. Shorted it today and staying short.
miti 1000
29/9/2017
09:14
www.travelweekly.co.uk/articles/288440/caa-sets-deadlines-for-ryanair-to-clarify-passengers-rights Please do your own research...
qantas
29/9/2017
08:10
Turbotrader? You short sighted when you want to go on holiday right?
ch4p_85
28/9/2017
23:22
BBC News 'Ryanair has been told to correct its compensation policy for passengers by Friday afternoon after thousands of its flights were cancelled. The UK's Civil Aviation Authority says the airline must stop misleading passengers about the option to be re-routed with another airline. The regulator has ordered the budget airline to say publicly how it will re-route passengers who require it. Ryanair must also say how it will reimburse their out-of-pocket expenses. In addition, the airline must promise to help any of the passengers whose flights have been cancelled in the past two weeks, but who may have chosen an unsuitable option as a result of being misled by Ryanair, the regulator said. The demands - which must be completed by 17:00 BST on Friday - cover passengers who were due to fly to and from the UK. The CAA said if the airline did not meet the deadline, it would carry on with the "enforcement action" launched on Wednesday, which could ultimately see the airline taken to court, with the possibility of an unlimited fine. The CAA has asked Ryanair to change details on its website by the deadline, saying: "There is still no information here about how expenses will be treated where passengers are re-routed to and/or from other airports or where they otherwise incur additional out-of-pocket expenses as a result of the cancellations." "Further changes are therefore required to make it clear that any such expenses will be reimbursed by Ryanair". Demanding an end to Ryanair's "ongoing infringements" of the EU rules, the CAA said Ryanair had still failed to supply information requested a week ago on its refund and rerouting policy. The regulator said it was "especially interested" in how the airline's call centre staff had been dealing with passengers. Evidence seen by the BBC suggests that some travellers have been denied their rights. For instance, in a web chat with Ryanair on Thursday, a passenger called Matthew Rice said: "You are obligated to re-route me as advised in the CAA's open letter to you and Ryanair's policy on the cancellations as provided to you." The Ryanair call centre employee replied: "No I am not. Is there anything else I can help you with today?" ' O'Leary's arrogance and incredibly poor management of this issue is fast turning this into a PR disaster - where's Bell Pottinger when you need them !
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