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Ryanair has this morning lost its attempt to have state aid provided by the EU to Scandinavian airlines SAS and Finnair ruled unlawful.

Ryanair has this morning lost its attempt to have state aid provided by the EU to Scandinavian airlines SAS and

April 14, 2021
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said this morning that the budget carrier is adding a tool to its app to allow passengers to upload vaccine certificates

Ryanair said it believes losses in the last year will now be lower than previously expected, at between £689m and

April 7, 2021
Ryanair flew just 0.5m people last month as travel restrictions continued to batter the airline industry as the worst year in its history came to an end.

Ryanair flew just 0.5m people last month as travel restrictions continued to batter the airline industry as the worst year

April 6, 2021
Ryanair has today launched a coronavirus "travel wallet" into which passengers can upload documents showing they have had a vaccination or negative test result.

Ryanair has today launched a coronavirus “travel wallet” into which passengers can upload documents showing they have had a vaccination

March 10, 2021

People wishing to leave the UK from Monday will have to prove their travel is essential, as the government attempts

March 5, 2021
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said this morning that the budget carrier is adding a tool to its app to allow passengers to upload vaccine certificates

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary said this morning that the budget carrier is adding a tool to its app to

March 3, 2021
Irish carrier Ryanair flew just 500,000 people in February as widespread coronavirus restrictions all but ended air travel.

Irish carrier Ryanair flew just 500,000 people in February as widespread coronavirus restrictions all but ended air travel. In the

March 2, 2021
Stock Markets Continue To Take Dive Downward

After a promising start European markets struggled to maintain their early market optimism today. However, some decent gains continue in

February 23, 2021
Ryanair has today launched a coronavirus "travel wallet" into which passengers can upload documents showing they have had a vaccination or negative test result.

Ryanair this morning said that it would appeal after an EU court dismissed its challenge over state aid given to

February 17, 2021
The advertising watchdog has banned Ryanair from airing its controversial "jab

The advertising watchdog has banned Ryanair from airing its controversial “jab & go” advert, in ruling published today. The Advertising

February 3, 2021
Ryanair this morning plunged to a €306m (£222.6m) loss as the Irish carrier continued to suffer "the most challenging year in its history".

Ryanair this morning plunged to a €306m (£222.6m) loss as the Irish carrier continued to suffer “the most challenging year

February 1, 2021
After a turbulent opening to 2021, with new Covid-19 lockdowns around the world, spats over "vaccine nationalism", and chaos on both Wall Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, a slew of FTSE heavyweights are set to update the market in what will be a crunch week for London's indices.

After a turbulent opening to 2021, with new Covid-19 lockdowns around the world, spats over “vaccine nationalism”, and chaos on

January 31, 2021

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