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  • Ryanair board approves transatlantic plans

    Ryanair is in talks with manufacturers with a view to ordering long-haul aircraft after its board approved plans to begin transatlantic flights.

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  • Optimistic Ryanair hikes full-year profit forecast

    ​Irish budget carrier Ryanair is forecasting a robust winter period, and has sharply raised its profit outlook for...

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  • ​Air Berlin builds up low-cost unit Niki

    News | 27 Mar 2015 14:37 | Michael Gubisch

    Air Berlin is to expand its Vienna-based budget subsidiary Niki to operate flights across Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
  • Olympic integration boosts Aegean's 2014 fortunes

    News | 26 Mar 2015 17:10

    ​Synergies from Aegean Airlines' acquisition of Olympic Air helped the Greek airline increase net earnings 53% to €80.2 million ($87.7 million) last year.
  • ANALYSIS: Domestic traffic key in UK airports growth

    News | 26 Mar 2015 15:15

    Carriers have turned to the domestic market for much of the growth in the UK sector this year, data from Flightglobal's schedules specialist Innovata shows.
  • ANALYSIS: O'Leary still at first base on transatlantic

    News | 26 Mar 2015 12:11 | Graham Dunn

    For those believing Michael O'Leary's much talked-of interest in launching a transatlantic operation is just another headline-grabbing move by the publicity-hungry Ryanair boss, developments over the last 10 days will have given them more ammunition.
  • Ryanair trains sights on web intermediaries

    News | 24 Mar 2015 16:10 | Oliver Clark

    Ryanair chief executive O'Leary has revealed plans for the Irish carrier's digital arm to "disrupt the disruptors" by taking on intermediary service providers such as TripAdvisor.
  • Contract flying to be 'significant' business for Ryanair: chief

    News | 24 Mar 2015 13:20 | Oliver Clark

    Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary predicts that a "significant section" of the Irish low-cost carrier's business over the next five years will be "flying a huge amount of passengers" on a contract basis for IAG, Lufthansa and Air France-KLM as those groups focus on long-haul operations.