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Even with rise in figures, Ryanair remains cautious over uncertainty that looms over Brexit

Although a profitable Easter boosted Ryanair’s spring quarter numbers by 55%, Europe’s largest low-cost airline kept its full-year guidance over concerns that Brexit could force all UK-based aircrafts onto the continent. Ryainair was aided in the three months to June 30 by the timing of Easter falling into April as after tax profits climbed to €397 million as average fares also rose by 1% to just over €40 and passenger …

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Ryanair pushes for Irish Aviation Authority to become authority on noise regulation

Ryanair is exhorting the Attorney General’s Department to hasten primary legislation to make the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) the capable authority to monitor noise regulation. The legislation is needed to permit the second runway to proceed, the airline claims, and they added that continued delays by the Attorney General’s Department to advance this legislation are completely unacceptable. The Minister for Transport, Shane Ross, and his predecessor have already established that …

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EasyJet applies for operating license from Austrian government

EasyJet has applied for license to operate from the Austrian government in order to protect its clearance to fly between member states of the European Union. Europe’s second largest scheduled international carrier, easyJet resorted to this action to guarantee that it would enjoy fully licensed flying rights to operate between EU member states after Brexit in 2019. This move is a significant one as the carrier operates to more of …

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Airlines UK: Brexit aviation deal likely due to threat EU-UK flights

Airlines UK, the trade body that represents UK airlines, says that there is much to be gained from an aviation deal between Britain and the European Union even as the uncertainty over flights loom large during the Brexit negotiations. The reaction stems from reports regarding the possible impact of Brexit on the UK airline industry and the selling of tickets before Brexit, which is pegged to be finalized on March …

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Flights between UK and EU to be cancelled for months after Brexit, says Ryanair boss

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary painted a dreary picture of what’s to come unless replacements for EU airline agreements are struck before Britain leaves the bloc. He said that flights between the UK and the European Union would be grounded for months, Heathrow would be deserted, summer holidays would be cancelled and Ryanair aircrafts moved to Europe, said O’ Leary, who insisted that the practical decision would be to ignore the …

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“Britain can’t just walk away” – Ryanair Chief Marketing Officer

Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs said that Britain couldn’t expect to “just walk away” from the European Union as he warned of flight disruptions between the UK and the latter. According to Jacobs, the UK would not be dealing with “rational business people” during negotiations and said that what the bloc was trying to say was very “clear”. “It’s absolutely clear that the EU wants to send a message …

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Ryanair boss warns of catastrophic aviation scenario due to hard Brexit

Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O’Leary minced no words in painting a dreary picture of what Britain’s aviation industry would be like in the wake of a hard Brexit. The outspoken airline boss even went as far as joking that a British holiday-goers will have to go back to “using the boats” after Brexit. “There will be no soft Brexit, there will be a hard Brexit. The British have no Plan …

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Ryanair: UK must clarify Brexit aviation plan within a year

Ryanair has urged the UK to keep them abreast of their aviation plans post-Brexit within the year in order to help them efficiently strategize their routes. Speaking at an event that introduced new routes for London, Ryanair’s Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs said that aviation movers, shakers and players should not be kept in the dark with regards to what will happen to the industry in 12 months time. Most …

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