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Ryanair Holdings PLC (RYAAY.OQ)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

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

IAG CEO says confident of comprehensive agreement between UK and EU on air travel
Friday, 27 Oct 2017 

Oct 27 (Reuters) - International Consolidated Airlines Group Sa :IAG CEO says IAG had bid for Air Berlin's Niki.IAG CEO sees transatlantic performance as being good, demand environment is good.IAG CEO says lots of airlines pursuing rapid growth at a ridiculous cost, that's not sustainable.IAG CEO says he remains positive over possible resolution of pay dispute with british airways mixed fleet cabin crew.IAG CEO says still hasn't seen a shortage of pilots, no issue in terms of supply of pilots.IAG CEO says there is not a pilot issue in industry, some carriers have issue in terms of finding captains.IAG CEO says watching situation with Catalonia, but no plans to make changes to business there.IAG CEO says has been some impact in Barcelona from Catalonia situation, has pulled down rate of growth.IAG CEO says confident of comprehensive agreement between uk and eu on air travel, should be able to continue to operate as currently do.  Full Article

eDreams says Ryanair, Google & eDreams reach resolution of legal proceedings
Thursday, 19 Oct 2017 

Oct 19 (Reuters) - EDREAMS ODIGEO SA ::SAYS RYANAIR, GOOGLE & EDREAMS REACH RESOLUTION OF LEGAL PROCEEDINGS.THE CONDITIONS OF THIS SETTLEMENT REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL BETWEEN THE PARTIES.  Full Article

Ryanair CFO sees fares down by up to 9 pct in Q2
Monday, 24 Jul 2017 

July 24 (Reuters) - Ryanair Chief Financial Officer Neil Sorahan, speaking to Reuters::sees fares down 'anywhere between 7, 8, maybe as much as 9 percent' in Q2 (to end-Sept) .says final out-turn will depend on where close-in bookings for the end of August and September go.says 'very comfortable' with forecast of average fares down 5 percent in six months to end-Sept.says about 1 percent better booked for coming months compared to same time last year.says about 45 pct of way through 600 mln euro share buyback; nothing to report over and above that.hopes to have something on third-party feeder deal by end of year; disappointed IT problems are taking so long.says "if the Boeing <<>> 737 Max 10 comes at the right price, we'll clearly look at it, but right now it's not high on the list'.  Full Article

Norwegian Air to agree cooperation with either Ryanair or EasyJet in Q3
Thursday, 13 Jul 2017 

July 13 (Reuters) - Norwegian Air Shuttle Asa told the company's earnings conference in Oslo on Thursday::CEO Bjoern Kjos: not revising available seat kilometre growth outlook for 2018.CEO: says cooperation deal with either Ryanair <<>> or EasyJet <<>> to be signed in Q3, which is expected to feed more passengers into Norwegian's long-haul network.  Full Article

Ryanair CFO says 'a little less optimistic' than rivals on summer fare levels
Tuesday, 30 May 2017 

May 30 (Reuters) - Ryanair Chief Financial Officer Neil Sorahan::says sees average fares down 5 percent in 6 months to end September; down 8 percent in six months to end March 2018.says 'a little less optimistic on pricing' over summer than some rivals.Says numbers of potential extra Boeing <<>> orders unclear but would likely come in 'ones or twos'; could be comparable to earlier order increase from 175 to 183.Says not expecting lease extensions and extra orders to impact target of 130 million passengers in year to end-March 2018.  Full Article

Ryanair says Alitalia has viable future if sensibly restructured
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 

May 23 (Reuters) - Ryanair Holdings Plc CEO Michael O'Leary::says believes there is a viable future for Alitalia if it is sensibly restructured; would need to focus more on long-haul, less on short-haul.says has only expressed interest in Alitalia sales process to participate in process; has no plans to buy airline.speaking to journalists in news conference in Brussels.  Full Article

Ryanair says Oct traffic up 13 pct to 10.9 mln customers
Wednesday, 2 Nov 2016 

Ryanair Holdings Plc : Ryanair Oct traffic grows 13 pct to 10.9 mln customers . Rolling annual traffic to Oct grew 16 pct to 114.4 mln customers .Load factor rises 1 pct to 95 pct on lower fares.  Full Article

German union tells Ryanair pilots industrial action is likely

DUBLIN, Nov 17 A German pilots' union has told its members that industrial action against Irish carrier Ryanair is likely to be needed to force management to overhaul the way it negotiates with its staff.