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Articles tagged “ryanair”

Airlines

A New List of the Most Valuable Public Travel Companies

Old school travel companies still largely dominate in terms of stock market valuation, but there is no denying the disruption sparked by Airbnb’s debut on the stock market.

A New List of the Most Valuable Public Travel Companies

Airlines

Ryanair Talks with Boeing Collapse Over 737 Max Price Tag Disagreement

Ryanair needs these aircraft to help it recover, and Boeing knows this. The standoff will be short-lived.

Ryanair Talks with Boeing Collapse Over 737 Max Price Tag Disagreement

Coronavirus

Ryanair Says Passenger Numbers Will Reach 10.5 Million in August

CEO Michael O'Leary is calling a recovery, but that may depend on how it reshuffles its bases over the coming months. Low-cost carriers need low-cost airports, after all.

Ryanair Says Passenger Numbers Will Reach 10.5 Million in August

Airlines

EasyJet, Wizz Air May Face Fines Over Fees For Those With Minors or Disabled Travelers

Italy may fine discounters EasyJet and Wizz Air over seat charges for adults accompanying minors and disabled travelers. The levy would be the latest in European countries' strengthening air passenger protections.

EasyJet, Wizz Air May Face Fines Over Fees For Those With Minors or Disabled Travelers

Business Travel

Corporate Travel’s Stark Reality Versus the Delusions of Airlines

Deloitte has taken the pulse of corporate America, and the 150 travel managers it surveyed are a lot more cautious than airlines would have you believe.

Corporate Travel’s Stark Reality Versus the Delusions of Airlines

Tourism

Remote Workers Flock to European Hotspots Before Offices Reopen

Thousands of people will be experiencing the benefits of remote work, and no doubt telling their employers all about it once they return.

Remote Workers Flock to European Hotspots Before Offices Reopen

Airline Weekly

Wizz Air Challenges Ryanair in the Race for European Travelers

Wizz Air Challenges Ryanair in the Race for European Travelers

Airline Weekly

Ryanair Wants to Win the European Travel Recovery

Ryanair Wants to Win the European Travel Recovery

Coronavirus

Ryanair Predicts 10 Million Passengers This Summer, With a Little Help From Europe’s Covid Certificate

The Irish carrier still has lower fares, but the passenger numbers are at least moving in the right direction as Europeans regain confidence with their digital health passports.

Ryanair Predicts 10 Million Passengers This Summer, With a Little Help From Europe’s Covid Certificate

Airline Weekly

Italy’s New Airline Is Ready to Take Off Into a Changed Market This October

Italy’s New Airline Is Ready to Take Off Into a Changed Market This October