Ryanair ended the first quarter of its financial year 2023 with a profit, the first one since Q1 FY2020. Revenues soared, but the Irish low-cost isn’t comfortable about how the rest of FY23 could be panning out as new Covid variants could push it back into a loss for...
Ryanair is being “wary and cautious” on new Covid-variants popping up in the next three to six months. Without them, the Irish carrier should have a strong end of its FY22 and start of FY23, which begins in April. Omicron has spoiled December, January, and part of...
We are seeing conflicting trends in the number of traffic from two of Europe’s biggest low-cost airlines, Ryanair and Wizz Air. While the Central Eastern European carrier reports recovery of passenger numbers for December, its Irish competitor saw a decline to the...
Despite 7.6 million more passengers than in the same period last year, Ryanair’s losses for the first quarter of its financial year 2022 have deepened. On July 26, the carrier reported a €243 million net loss compared to €-185 million for the April-June quarter...
Irish low-cost Ryanair has placed an order with Boeing for 75 MAX 8-200s, confirming media reports from earlier this week. It brings the airline’s backlog for the high-density version of the MAX 8 to 210. The 75 were earlier listed as options. Deliveries are...
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