# Ryanair

Last week
11th February 2024 - 17th February 2024
Ryanair has cancelled all flights to and from Israel citing increased airport costs at Tel Aviv
This month
February 2024
Transport Minister Eamon Ryan hits back at open letter from Ryanair CEO calling on him to resign
European court again sides with Ryanair over Covid-19 state aid programme for Air France-KLM
Ryanair apologises to man who was wrongly banned from flying with the airline
Last month
January 2024
Michael O'Leary says Ryanair has 'nothing to apologise for' after it bulk buys housing estate
Ryanair cuts annual profit forecast as quarterly net profit drops 93%
Varadkar says it’s ‘not the worst thing’ that Ryanair is buying up homes for staff
Ryanair reveals it's purchased 25 homes for cabin crew staff in Swords housing estate
Ryanair to step up oversight of quality control at US factories building Boeing aircraft
Ryanair's revenues could take a hit after it was removed from travel agent websites
Last year
European court sides with Ryanair over Covid-19 state aid programme for Air France-KLM
Ryanair granted permission for €40 million aircraft maintenance hangar at Dublin airport
Ryanair reveals 960 flights were axed in November due to Gaza conflict
From a share price dive to €2bn in profits: how Ryanair found itself flying high again
Ryanair half-year profits hit €2.2 billion due to higher fares and record summer season traffic
UK travel agents win €2.3 million in High Court case against Ryanair over refunds
Ryanair to cancel several flights from October due to Boeing delivery delays
Ryanair's decision to cut Dublin Airport winter schedule based on 'false' claims, says DAA
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary gets pied in Brussels before European Commission protest
Ryanair reveals 63,000 passengers affected by last week's air traffic control failure in UK
UK air traffic services says fault was caused by flight data it received
Ryanair says Dublin Airport could face 'mass cancellations' if night-time flights are restricted
Ryanair records €663m profit for three months to June but warns of falling winter demand
Several Irish flights cancelled as strikes take place in Italy
RTÉ's case for licence fee hike in tatters as politicians take delight in having the upper hand
Ryanair sacks its chief pilot following internal probe
Some flights to and from Dublin today cancelled due to air traffic control strikes in France
'I don't think Cork-Dublin flights will return' - Ryanair boss
Ryanair soars to annual profit of €1.4 billion after net loss of €355 million in previous year
EU court annuls approval of Germany's €6 billion bailout of Lufthansa after Ryanair complaint
Ryanair to buy 300 new Boeing aircraft over 10 years in a $40 billion deal
Belarusian activist plucked off Ryanair flight in 2021 is jailed for 8 years
Ryanair to cancel 220 flights on Monday due to French Air Traffic Control strikes
Four flights diverted from Dublin Airport after 'emergency' incident declared
Anti-drone technology not online yet at Dublin Airport ahead of busy Easter weekend
Head of Dublin Airport says new drone technology can prevent flight disruption
Eamon Ryan: Dublin Airport drone solution 'not as simple as Michael O'Leary says'
The Ryanair boss said last night’s drone disruption resulted in three flights being diverted to Shannon and Belfast Airport.
Minister Ryan will bring a memo to Cabinet on Tuesday to "comprehensively address" the issue.
But O'Leary said: 'We need that done today, we don't need a memo to cabinet next Tuesday.'
Aer Lingus says repeated drone disruption 'unacceptable' after flights suspended at Dublin Airport
Ministers meet aviation officials and gardaí over repeated drone disruption at Dublin Airport
Ryanair calls for government intervention as flights diverted from Dublin due to drones