Articles tagged “ryanair”

Airlines

Ryanair Boss Warns Oil Price Surge Will Hit Airlines as Ukraine War Escalates

Those airlines that like to hedge fuel will be in a better position this year, but as the invasion continues nothing is guaranteed — particularly for European airlines.

Ryanair Boss Warns Oil Price Surge Will Hit Airlines as Ukraine War Escalates

Airline Weekly

Ryanair Wary of Additional Covid Variants Hitting Summer Recovery

The Omicron variant has spooked Ryanair's usually brash CEO Michael O'Leary. After a disappointing December, he is now uncharacteristically cautious about the summer, which previous forecasts had held would be a blockbuster for the European low-cost carrier.

Ryanair Wary of Additional Covid Variants Hitting Summer Recovery

Airlines

Ryanair Doubles Annual Loss Forecast Due to Omicron Restrictions

Not only has the emergence of the Omicron variant killed any hopes major airlines had for ending 2021 on a high note, the widespread travel restrictions enacted in its wake are further pummeling a beleaguered industry.

Ryanair Doubles Annual Loss Forecast Due to Omicron Restrictions

Airline Weekly

Wizz Air CEO Warns of Capacity Overreach in Europe

Wizz Air CEO József Váradi is taking a different tack from his peers. Instead of seeing a potential bonanza next summer in Europe, he thinks the region's airlines may be too bullish about demand and add too many flights. The upshot? Everyone has an opinion about the recovery, but no one really knows how it will unfold.

Wizz Air CEO Warns of Capacity Overreach in Europe

Airline Weekly

Ryanair Plans Big Expansion After Strong Summer Leisure Recovery

Unlike for its U.S. peers, Irish discounter Ryanair's summer was strong from start to finish, thanks to Europe's higher vaccination rates. The airline is planning an aggressive expansion in Europe to capitalize on almost-insatiable demand for leisure travel and while its larger competitors scale back their networks.

Ryanair Plans Big Expansion After Strong Summer Leisure Recovery

Airlines

Ryanair Pledges Quick Refunds for Cancelled Flights After Earlier Criticism

We've heard these customer service promises before. Will this time round really be any different?

Ryanair Pledges Quick Refunds for Cancelled Flights After Earlier Criticism

Online Travel

Grab and Western Superapp Confusion

Grab emerged as a leading superapp because of conditions specific to Southeast Asia. Don't look for U.S. and European copycats to get traction.

Grab and Western Superapp Confusion

Airlines

Airlines’ Emissions Cuts Are Key to Their Corporate Travel Recovery: Report

We are still a long way away from corporate policies actively lowering carbon emissions by airlines or any other industries, but it is promising to see what role they could have.

Airlines’ Emissions Cuts Are Key to Their Corporate Travel Recovery: Report

Airlines

EasyJet Looks for a Winter Boost After Predicting $1.5 Billion Annual Loss

Egypt, Turkey and the Canary Islands will be in demand this winter, following the UK's relaxation of strict Covid rules that cancelled summer for most people.

EasyJet Looks for a Winter Boost After Predicting $1.5 Billion Annual Loss

Airlines

Ryanair, British Airways Off Hook in Probe Over Failing to Offer Pandemic Refunds

Chalk up a big win for airlines, and a big fat loss for flyers.

Ryanair, British Airways Off Hook in Probe Over Failing to Offer Pandemic Refunds