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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# Ryanair

Last week
3rd December 2023 - 9th December 2023
Ryanair reveals 960 flights were axed in November due to Gaza conflict
The Irish carrier also cancelled over 870 flights in October as a result of the conflict.
Last month
November 2023
From a share price dive to €2bn in profits: how Ryanair found itself flying high again
The Irish airline is enjoying a post-pandemic lift-off, writes Paul O’Donoghue.
Ryanair half-year profits hit €2.2 billion due to higher fares and record summer season traffic
This is compared with €1.3 billion in the equivalent period one year earlier.
UK travel agents win €2.3 million in High Court case against Ryanair over refunds
Three companies in the On the Beach Group had sued over refunds paid out after flights were cancelled or changed.
This year
2023
Ryanair to cancel several flights from October due to Boeing delivery delays
The number of Ryanair aircraft based in Dublin will be reduced by two.
Ryanair's decision to cut Dublin Airport winter schedule based on 'false' claims, says DAA
DAA said regulated charges at the airport are set to rise by only 6% in 2024, not 45% as Ryanair claimed.
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary gets pied in Brussels before European Commission protest
‘Welcome to Belgium,’ says one protestor as she smears the cream pie in O’Leary’s face.
Ryanair reveals 63,000 passengers affected by last week's air traffic control failure in UK
The carrier said more than 350 of its flights were cancelled on 28 and 29 August.
UK air traffic services says fault was caused by flight data it received
There are no indications that the failure was caused by a cyber-attack, according to the UK’s National Air Traffic Services (Nats).
Michael O'Leary said Ryanair had to cancel 250 flights yesterday, with a further 70 flights axed today following the incident.
Flights "to, from and over the UK" have been delayed or cancelled today, a spokesperson for Dublin Airport said.
Dublin Airport has waived any car parking fees for customers returning to the airport as a result of delays.
Ryanair says Dublin Airport could face 'mass cancellations' if night-time flights are restricted
Fingal County Council has ordered DAA to restrict the number of flights between 11pm and 7am.
Ryanair records €663m profit for three months to June but warns of falling winter demand
Ryanair fares up 42% on average, at €49, and passenger traffic grew 11% compared to last year.
Several Irish flights cancelled as strikes take place in Italy
The strike by ground crew left some 250,000 travellers stranded in one of the world’s top tourist spots.
RTÉ's case for licence fee hike in tatters as politicians take delight in having the upper hand
The idea of accountability at the station has been blown up this week.
Ryanair sacks its chief pilot following internal probe
Staff received the notice this morning.
Some flights to and from Dublin today cancelled due to air traffic control strikes in France
Flights to and from Spain and France are among those being impacted by the strike action.
'I don't think Cork-Dublin flights will return' - Ryanair boss
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary has said he does not believe short-haul flights in Ireland are unacceptable from a climate perspective.
Ryanair soars to annual profit of €1.4 billion after net loss of €355 million in previous year
Passenger traffic leapt 74% to 168.6 million travellers.
EU court annuls approval of Germany's €6 billion bailout of Lufthansa after Ryanair complaint
Lufthansa received the cash injection in 2020 when the pandemic brought global air travel to a halt.
Ryanair to buy 300 new Boeing aircraft over 10 years in a $40 billion deal
Ryanair said it is the largest order by an Irish company for goods manufactured in the US.
Belarusian activist plucked off Ryanair flight in 2021 is jailed for 8 years
Protasevich has been accused of helping coordinate mass protests against Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko’s regime in 2020.
Ryanair to cancel 220 flights on Monday due to French Air Traffic Control strikes
Ryanair has repeatedly called on the European Commission to intervene in the French strike action.
Four flights diverted from Dublin Airport after 'emergency' incident declared
The incident occurred after a Ryanair flight landed at Dublin Airport this afternoon.
Anti-drone technology not online yet at Dublin Airport ahead of busy Easter weekend
Ryanair has called on Eamon Ryan and the daa to ensure the technology is ‘fully ready to operate over the busy Easter holiday period’.
Head of Dublin Airport says new drone technology can prevent flight disruption
Kenny Jacobs, chief executive of daa, has also called on the Government to do more to prevent the impact of drones in Irish airspace.
Eamon Ryan: Dublin Airport drone solution 'not as simple as Michael O'Leary says'
The Transport Minister has responded to Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary, who accused him of “sitting on his hands”.
The Ryanair boss said last night’s drone disruption resulted in three flights being diverted to Shannon and Belfast Airport.
Minister Ryan will bring a memo to Cabinet on Tuesday to "comprehensively address" the issue.
But O'Leary said: 'We need that done today, we don't need a memo to cabinet next Tuesday.'
Aer Lingus says repeated drone disruption 'unacceptable' after flights suspended at Dublin Airport
Flights at the airport resumed after being suspended for 30 minutes yesterday evening.
Ministers meet aviation officials and gardaí over repeated drone disruption at Dublin Airport
Illegal drone activity at the airfield once again brought operations to a halt yesterday.
Ryanair calls for government intervention as flights diverted from Dublin due to drones
Flights were also diverted yesterday for a short time due to a drone sighting.
Strike to cause 152 Ryanair flight cancellations in Belgium this weekend
All those affected passengers have been notified by Ryanair.
Last year
2022
Ryanair strike in Belgium grounds dozens of flights
The action set to halt 30 percent of the airlines’ flights through its Belgium hub.
Ryanair agrees four-year pay deal with Irish pilots
The budget airline had spent months in discussions with Fórsa over a long-term pay deal.
53 flights cancelled at Dublin Airport as passengers advised to check airlines for updates
It comes after over 140 flights were cancelled at the airport yesterday due to the weather conditions.
Cold weather severely disrupts Dublin Airport as 143 flights cancelled
DAA confirmed the cancellations this evening.
Ryanair CEO raises concerns over potential staff shortages at Dublin Airport this Christmas
He added that a ‘fairer burden of environmental taxes’ could see a 50% increase in air traffic.
O'Leary said that Ryanair was currently engaging with the Dublin Airport Authority over the issue.
The DAA said that it is continuing to recruit for multiple roles at the airport.
Ryanair accused daa of 'incompetence' and 'poor management' over summer travel chaos
Luggage issues continue at Dublin Airport as passengers report delays and lost bags
Former Ryanair executive Kenny Jacobs appointed as daa's new CEO
Kenny Jacobs will take up the role in January, succeeding Dalton Philips.
Ryanair returns to profit and doesn't expect to be impacted by cost-of-living crisis
Michael O’Leary said concerns about rising consumer price inflation on Ryanair’s business model ‘have been greatly exaggerated’.
Ryanair accused daa of 'incompetence' and 'poor management' over summer travel chaos
The budget airline said DAA’s request for extra money was ‘alarming and inconsistent’ with trying to support recovery after the pandemic.
Ads for Ryanair, Woodies DIY and Randox Covid-19 testing among those breaching advert code
3 out of the 15 complaints were rejected
Ryanair lodges objection against €200 million runway tunnel at Dublin Airport
The airline said the underpass will “contribute towards an excessively high per passenger price cap and damage the recovery of Irish aviation”.
Michael O’Leary says the UK's energy price cap is 'nuts' and could 'bankrupt' its economy
O’Leary was speaking at a reception in Dublin to celebrate Ryanair’s 35 years in business.