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IAG: Final assault on CEO of Norwegian Air?

Willie Walsh, CEO of the International Airlines Group (IAG), decided to give the final assault to Norwegian Air Shuttle.

Regulators could force Ryanair to sell its entire stake in rival...

Ryanair could be forced to sell its entire stake in Aer Lingus after regulators today said the holding could damage competition on fares and routes.

Ryanair: EU acting bizarrely

Ryanair has accused the EU of acting bizarrely and making decisions on a political and not a commercial basis.

Ryanair profits soar

Ryanair wants to more than double its share of the European short-haul market to 20 per cent in the next five years

Ryanair warns pilots not to sign letter airing safety fears

DUBLIN, Ireland - Ryanair pilots have been warned not to sign a letter to airline regulators expressing concern that the airline’s employment practices could jeopardise passenger safety.

Boeing issues statement on Ryanair’s commitment to order 175 planes

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Boeing is delighted that Ryanair has announced a commitment today to order 175 Next-Generation 737-800s for the airline's fleet expansion.

Ryanair reportedly orders 200 Boeing planes

Irish no-frills airline Ryanair has placed an order for up to 200 Boeing planes worth $18 billion (13.8 billion euros) at list prices, the Irish Independent said on Tuesday.

Ryanair and Flybe agreed to create new carrier

British airline Flybe has agreed to create a new carrier as part of a deal with Ryanair to satisfy regulatory concerns over the Irish carrier's last-ditch bid to take over peer Aer Lingus.

12 airlines agree to include debit card fees in headline ticket...

Twelve airlines, including easyJet and Ryanair, will no longer spring last-minute fees on customers paying by debit card, the Office of Fair Trading has said.

Turkish Airlines may be potential bidder for Aer Lingus

According to a report in the Sunday Business Post, Turkish flag carrier Turkish Airlines may be a potential bidder for Aer Lingus, just days after rival Irish airline Ryanair made a surprise buyout bi

Ryanair bids for rival Aer Lingus again

The budget airline Ryanair has launched another attempt to buy its biggest Irish rival Aer Lingus.

Ryanair launches new route between Scotland and Poland

Budget airline Ryanair has launched a new route between the Scots capital and Poland. The no-frills flights will go twice a week from Edinburgh to Szczecin.

Budget carriers jacking up surcharges before summer holidays

Budget airlines are sneakily ramping up surcharges for millions of passengers before the summer holidays.

UK carriers scream bloody murder over passenger duty hike

Four of the UK's leading airlines have slammed planned increases in airline passenger duty (APD) , claiming that the planned increase will reduce passenger numbers and hinder economic recovery.

Ryanair cuts Edinburgh services

Ryanair's claims that its plans to reduce services from Edinburgh Airport could mean up to 300 job losses have been dismissed by industry insiders.

Low-cost carriers to fill the void left by Malev in Budapest

BUDAPEST, Hungary (eTN) - There will be no necessity for the Hungarian government to look at a new national carrier to fit into the shoes of air carrier Malev.

Ryanair laughs off EU crisis, raises profit forecasts

Ryanair yesterday raised its profit forecasts following a bumper winter. Higher fares and yet more cash from sky-high charges mean the airline expects to make £400million for 2011-2012.

Ryanair defies credit card surcharges ban

Ryanair has defied the government's move to ban surcharges on payments to airlines and other firms by saying it does not charge its passengers any credit or debit card fees.

Travelers: Thomas Cook is even worse than Ryanair

Thomas Cook today said it will close 200 travel shops over the next two years as it battles for survival. The warning comes as the travel giant announced pre-tax losses of almost £400million.

Ryanair makes profitable habit out of incensing passengers

Any publicity is good publicity for Dublin-based budget airline Ryanair.

Bad news for traveling golfers

New research from Purple Parking, which provides parking at UK’s Heathrow Airport, has revealed that many of the major airlines have hiked up the price of transporting golf equipment.

Michael O’Leary: Ireland’s tourism statistics “bogus”

Ryanair's controversial chief Michael O'Leary has described the Republic of Ireland's tourism statistics as 'bogus'.

Ryanair expansion to and from Italy

ITALY (eTN) - Ryanair announced that by November, seven new routes from Rome Ciampino Airport to six European destinations (Bordeaux, Marseille, Poznan, Wroclaw, Manchester and Leipzig) and Italy (Gen

Marseille is the winner in the battle between Air France and...

Last January, Europe's low-cost giant, Ryanair, made headlines in French newspapers by announcing the closure of its only base in France, in the Southern city of Marseille.

Marseille on top of Air France offensive in French regions

PARIS, France (eTN) - Over the last decade, Air France's policy to concentrate its activity only at its major hubs – Paris CDG, Orly, for domestic flights, as well as Lyon - led to a weakening of th
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