Ryanair has today announced a new partnership with online hotel and accommodation reservation site Booking.com.
A French court has ruled that Ryanair must pay €8.1m in damages for a breach of French labour law.
Ryanair today extended its Dublin winter schedule, increasing its East Midlands service to two daily flights.
Ryanair has changed the section of its website dealing with travel insurance after concerns were raised by the National Consumer Agency (NCA).
Ryanair's drive to improve its image is showing signs of paying off after it upgraded its forecast for annual passenger traffic.
The Chief Executive of Ryanair says he would like to see the airline operating transatlantic flights within the next 5-10 years.
Ryanair's Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Howard Millar is to step down as a full-time executive in December, the company announced today.
Ryanair is to open its fifth German base at Cologne in October 2014, the airline announced today.
Ryanair has today reported a 5% increase in passenger numbers in January, compared to the same month last year.
Ryanair has stepped in to reunite a mother with her twin daughters for Christmas.
Ryanair is to open nine new routes from Dublin and increase frequencies on eight existing routes, the airline announced today.
Ryanair has today confirmed that it will open three new routes from Knock to Eindhoven, Glasgow Prestwick & Kaunas from April 2014.
Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has challenged more airlines to follow suit following the news that Ryanair is to add eight new routes to continental Europe from Shannon Airport today.
The Government's decision to abolish the €3 travel tax could create more than 1,000 jobs at Irish airports, Ryanair claimed today.
A French court will rule today on whether Ryanair should face tens of millions of euros in fines over charges of breaking labour law.
Ryanair has apologised to grieving Dublin surgeon Dr Muhammad Taufiq Al Sattar after he was charged €188 to change his booking to get on the earliest flight to Birmingham on the morning of the fire that killed his family.
Ryanair will have to cut fares to meet passenger targets in a new Stansted Airport deal, chief executive Michael O’Leary said today.
Ryanair’s 30% stake in Aer Lingus damages competition on routes between Britain and Ireland and must be cut to 5%, a UK regulator has ordered.
The president of the Irish Airline Pilots' Association is calling on Transport Minister Leo Varadkar to launch an independent investigation into the effectiveness of the Irish Aviation Authority.
Ryanair is set to sue Channel 4 over last night's 'Dispatches' programme.
Irish airline Ryanair confirmed today it would be buying around £10bn-worth of new planes in a move that will create more than 3,000 jobs.
Ryanair has become involved in a fresh row with disgruntled pilots over employment conditions.
Ryanair monthly traffic increased by 200,000 (2%) to 7.4m passengers over April 2012, the airline announced today.
The Minister for Transport has said he expects a formal decision by the European Commission on Ryanair's bid to takeover Aer Lingus by the end of the month.
Ryanair has instructed its lawyers to lodge an appeal with the European courts if the European Commission blocks its takeover bid for Aer Lingus.
The Circuit Civil Court has been asked to overturn a decision of Swords District Court directing Ryanair to pay €400 compensation to each of two Dutch passengers who were left stranded in Portugal following a flight cancellation.
Two passengers were hospitalised after a Ryanair flight had to make an emergency landing in Italy.
A video which shows a Spanish woman being ejected from a Ryanair plane moments before take-off has gone viral and prompted Twitter users in Spain to call for a boycott of the airline.
Ryanair has lodged a formal complaint with the Spanish authorities after a Police officer boarded one of their flights while secretly carrying a gun.
Transport Minister Leo Varadkar is insisting there will be no firesale of Aer Lingus.
Aer Lingus has urged its shareholders not to take any action following Ryanair's latest takeover bid.
Ryanair has today announced a new Cork to UK East Midlands route.
Ryanair is cutting five routes out of Edinburgh Airport.
Irish airline Ryanair has been censured for a December 2011 advertising campaign.
Ryanair’s January traffic declined by 6%, the company said today as it also revealed plans to open a base in Budapest.
Ryanair has today confirmed that it will create more than 1,000 new jobs in 2012, none of which will be based in Ireland.
Ryanair is introducing a €0.25 levy for each passenger on all bookings made from next Tuesday.
Ryanair's passenger numbers fell during by 8% last month, it has been revealed.
Irish airline Ryanair enjoyed a 6% increase in passenger numbers last month, it was announced today.
Ryanair has announced the opening of a new base in Manchester saying it will create 2,000 jobs.
Ryanair has today announced a 26% increase in annual profits to €401m.
Former Miss World Rosanna Davison is today suing Ryanair for allegedly libelling her on its website regarding comments she made about the airline's charity calendar.
Ryanair has today confirmed that passengers who paid the €3 tax on advance bookings can apply for refund of the tax once the Government confirms the effective date for its abolition.
A Ryanair jet was used on two flights after crew and maintenance inspectors did not notice an engine had scraped the ground landing in Dublin, a report has revealed.
Ryanair flew 5.7m passengers in March, up 8% from the 5.3m figure in March 2010, the airline said today.
The Government has criticised Ryanair for imposing a 2-euro surcharge on passengers to cover the cost of last year's ash-cloud disruptions.
Ryanair said today that it is to introduce a €2 levy for its passengers from next Monday.
Ryanair today said its February traffic was 4.57m, an increase of 5% on the same period last year.
Ryanair has today announced the resignation of its director of commercial revenue, Sinead Finn.
All 166 passengers were offloaded from a Ryanair plane after a number of travellers became disruptive in a row over outsize baggage fees, it was revealed today.
Two passengers were treated for injuries after an emergency involving a Ryanair flight at Kerry Airport this morning.
Budget airline Ryanair today blamed a new German tourist tax for its decision to axe 34 routes from its schedule next summer.
Ryanair today announced that it is to open three new bases on the Canary Islands in summer 2011.
Ryanair said today that its October traffic was 7m, an increase of 14% on the 6.3m passengers that flew with the airline in the same month last year.
Ryanair revealed a 12% hike in average fares and soaring ancillary revenues as it posted a double-digit rise in half-year profits today.
Ryanair today threatened to close its base in the southern French city of Marseille in January after French prosecutors refused to drop a case against the airline.
Irish airline Ryanair today said it carried 6.84 million passengers in September, an increase of 12% on the same month a year earlier.
Ryanair today announced its first flights from Estonian capital Tallinn with seven routes to Dublin, Dusseldorf (Weeze), Edinburgh, London (Luton), Milan (Bergamo), Oslo (Rygge) and Stockholm (Skavsta) from December.
Ryanair has announced that it is to cut its daily route from Kerry to Dublin from three to one return flight at the end of October.
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary turned his focus on the cockpit today as part of his ongoing drive to save costs at the budget airline.