DUBLIN Recent COVID-19 lockdowns mean Ryanair will fly fewer passengers than planned this winter, but vaccines should mean a "very impressive" summer and a return to pre-pandemic passenger numbers by autumn, Chief Executive Michael O'Leary told Reuters.
* Vaccine requirement unlikely for short haul
(Updates with forecast of 'impressive summer' for EU travel;
CEO does not expect vaccine-proof required for short-haul)
DUBLIN Ryanair hopes to place additional orders for Boeing's freshly approved 737 MAX in talks that are set to conclude late this year or in early 2021, Group Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said in an interview on Tuesday.
DUBLIN/CHICAGO A day after Boeing Co received approval for its 737 MAX to fly again following a 20-month grounding, its two largest U.S. and European customers signaled caution on their order books as they monitor demand in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
DUBLIN/BRUSSELS An EU-UK trade pact is unlikely to come together this week and negotiations might go into the next, an Irish minister said on Wednesday, confirming a Reuters report that the sides were now set to miss their mid-November deadline for a new Brexit deal.
DUBLIN, Nov 4 Ireland's High Court on Wednesday
refused to quash a 1.64 billion euro ($1.91 billion) back tax
demand against Perrigo relating to the drugmaker's
acquisition of Ireland's Elan Pharma in 2013.
* Talks with Boeing continue on new order
(Updates with shares up 5%; comments from CEO)
DUBLIN, Nov 2 Ireland's Ryanair Holdings PLC
posted a loss for its key summer period for the first
time in decades on Monday, and said it may have to cut capacity
further this winter as a second wave of COVID-19 infections
sparks fresh lockdowns across Europe.
DUBLIN Ryanair is to cut its planned winter capacity by a third due to a wave of travel restrictions imposed by European governments, the airline said on Thursday.