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Ryanair Holdings PLC (RYAAY.OQ)

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IAG Says Unsuccessful In Niki Assets Bid
Tuesday, 23 Jan 2018 

Jan 23 (Reuters) - IAG ::INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES GROUP UNSUCCESSFUL IN NIKI ASSETS BID.‍IAG RESUBMITTED ITS BID ON JANUARY 19, 2018 AND HAS BEEN ADVISED TODAY THAT BID WAS UNSUCCESSFUL.​.‍IAG IS DISAPPOINTED THAT NIKI WILL NOT BE ABLE TO DEVELOP AND GROW STRONGER AS PART OF GROUP​.  Full Article

Ryanair Holdings ‍Dec Load Factor Rose 1% Point To 95%​
Wednesday, 3 Jan 2018 

Jan 3 (Reuters) - Ryanair Holdings Plc ::‍DEC LOAD FACTOR ROSE 1% POINT TO 95%​.‍ROLLING ANNUAL TRAFFIC TO DECEMBER GREW 10% TO 129M CUSTOMERS​.  Full Article

Italy's ANPAC union says has asked Ryanair for meeting next week
Friday, 15 Dec 2017 

Dec 15 (Reuters) - Italian pilot union ANPAC: :ITALY'S MAIN PILOTS' UNION ANPAC CONFIRMS IT HAS SUSPENDED FRIDAY'S PLANNED 4-HOUR STRIKE AGAINST RYANAIR - OFFICIAL.ITALY'S MAIN PILOTS' UNION ANPAC SAYS HAS ASKED FOR A MEETING WITH RYANAIR EARLY NEXT WEEK.OFFICIAL FOR ITALY'S MAIN PILOTS' UNION ANPAC , ASKED IF HE CONFIDENT OF A DEAL WITH RYANAIR, SAYS 'YOU NEVER KNOW'.  Full Article

Ryanair executive says will consider pilots' demand for local contracts
Friday, 15 Dec 2017 

Dec 15 (Reuters) - Ryanair Chief People Officer Eddie Wilson, speaking to Reuters::RYANAIR CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER SAYS WILLING TO TALK TO UNIONS ABOUT POSSIBILITY OF LOCAL CONTRACTS FOR PILOTS.RYANAIR CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER SAYS AIRLINE HAS NOT PILOT SHORTAGE AND NEVER DID.RYANAIR CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER SAYS NO REASON TO THINK COSTS WILL INCREASE AS A RESULT OF UNION RECOGNITION.RYANAIR CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER SAYS 'WE HAVE BEEN PAYING A PREMIUM TO KEEP THE UNIONS OUT'.RYANAIR CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER, ASKED IF HE EXPECTS PILOT STRIKES TO BE CALLED OFF, SAID IT WAS ABOUT UNION RECOGNITION AND WE ARE GIVING THEM THAT.RYANAIR CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER SAYS THINKS A PAN-EUROPEAN PILOT BODY UNLIKELY TO BE PRACTICAL, MORE LIKELY TO DEAL DIRECTLY WITH COUNTRY UNIONS.  Full Article

Ryanair Says Received Notice From Aer Lingus Pilots Union Of A 24 Hour Strike
Tuesday, 12 Dec 2017 

Dec 12 (Reuters) - Ryanair Holdings Plc ::RYANAIR - HAS RECEIVED NOTICE FROM AER LINGUS PILOTS UNION IALPA OF A 24 HOUR STRIKE 'BY PILOTS DIRECTLY EMPLOYED BY RYANAIR' ON WED 20 DEC 2017.RYANAIR HOLDINGS PLC - "WILL DEAL WITH ANY SUCH DISRUPTIONS IF, OR WHEN THEY ARISE".  Full Article

Ryanair Says ‍Will End Its GDS Partnership With Amadeus
Friday, 8 Dec 2017 

Dec 8 (Reuters) - Ryanair Holdings Plc ::RYANAIR HOLDINGS - ‍WILL END ITS GDS PARTNERSHIP WITH AMADEUS ON 15 DECEMBER NEXT AFTER BOTH PARTIES WERE UNABLE TO REACH A RENEWED COMMERCIAL AGREEMENT​.  Full Article

Ryanair Holdings' Nov Traffic Grows 6 Pct To 9.3 Mln Customers
Monday, 4 Dec 2017 

Dec 4 (Reuters) - Ryanair Holdings Plc ::RYANAIR NOVEMBER TRAFFIC GROWS 6% TO 9.3M CUSTOMERS.NOVEMBER LOAD FACTOR ROSE 1% POINT TO 96%.ROLLING ANNUAL TRAFFIC TO NOVEMBER GREW 11% TO 128.7M CUSTOMERS..  Full Article

IAG CEO says will clearly exceed stated ROIC target
Friday, 3 Nov 2017 

Nov 3 (Reuters) - International Consolidated Airlines Group Sa :IAG CEO says has the basis of a commerical agreement on working with Ryanair at Dublin, could be in place next year.IAG CEO says will clearly exceed stated ROIC target, targets are there to be beaten.IAG CEO says next stage of expansion of level will probably be in Paris, Rome or in Germany.IAG CEO says not looking at a joint venture in China but would like to build presence there.IAG CEO says dialogue on Heathrow has been constructive, which has been helpful.  Full Article

Ryanair says Oct ‍traffic grew 8 pct to 11.8 mln customers​
Thursday, 2 Nov 2017 

Nov 2 (Reuters) - RYANAIR HOLDINGS PLC :OCT ‍TRAFFIC GREW 8% TO 11.8M CUSTOMERS.​.OCT ‍LOAD FACTOR ROSE 1% POINT TO 96%​.  Full Article

Ryanair CEO says a number of bases have turned down pay deal
Tuesday, 31 Oct 2017 

Oct 31 (Reuters) - Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary: :says over 15 pilot bases have approved new pay deal.says a number of pilot bases have turned it down.says would move some aircraft out of some bases if there is industrial action by pilots; says there would be consequences for pilots.says thinks ancillaries will be a little less buoyant in H2.says if oil price continues to grow there may be upward pressure on fares next year.says overall, tends to be bearish on yields as next generation planes come into service.says has had to discount flights to airports in Catalonia more than usual.Speaking to conference call with investors after H1 results nL8N1N611P.  Full Article

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F1 legend Lauda comes from behind to beat IAG in race for Niki

VIENNA Former motor racing champion Niki Lauda has won the bidding for the Niki airline he founded, convincing the insolvent carrier's administrators in marathon talks and undoing an agreed deal with British Airways owner IAG . | Video