Photo-finish decides winner
Tiger Roll, owned by Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary, held off a late rally from Pleasant Company to win the Grand National…
O'Leary bullish on prospects
Ryanair still expects to make record annual profits this year, despite being forced to cancel 20,000 flights following a scheduling fiasco.
First casualty of airline error
Ryanair’s chief operations officer is leaving the company in the wake of the pilot rostering fiasco.
More chaos for travellers
Ryanair is cancelling all flights from Edinburgh and Glasgow to London Stansted ..
400,000 passengers affected
Ryanair’s “mess up” over over pilot holidays, which has led to flight cancellations, is likely to impact on its shares,
As O'Leary rejects wedding parties..
Ryanair CEO has been speaking out about executive pay and drunken passengers…
Amid promise of price cuts..
Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary has issued a new warning over the Brexit talks..
Airline warns of disruption
Ryanair will re-focus its growth away from the UK as a result of the Brexit vote …
As airline warns against Brexit...
Ryanair, the Irish budget airline, has been rewarded for its focus on more “customer-friendly” policies, with a surge in annual profits and a promise of more price cuts. READ MORE
Rule the world wins at Aintree
Rule the World, owned by Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary, created the typical raft of behind the scenes headlines after winning the Grand National at Aintree. READ MORE