Ryanair, together with its subsidiaries, provides scheduled-passenger airline services. It also offers various ancillary services, such as non-flight scheduled services and Internet-related services; and markets accommodation services and travel insurance, as well as engages in the in-flight sale of beverages, food, and merchandise. In addition, the Company sells bus and rail tickets onboard its aircraft and through its website; and markets car parking, attractions, and activities, as well as gift vouchers.

Type
Public
HQ
Dublin, IE
Founded
1985
Size (employees)
13,000 (est)
Ryanair was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Dublin, IE
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Key People/Management at Ryanair

Peter Bellew

Peter Bellew

Chief Operations Officer
John Hurley

John Hurley

Chief Technology Officer
Kenny Jacobs

Kenny Jacobs

Chief Marketing Officer
Juliusz Komorek

Juliusz Komorek

Chief Legal & Regulatory Officer; Company Secretary
David OBrien

David OBrien

Chief Commercial Officer
Michael OLeary

Michael OLeary

CEO
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Ryanair Office Locations

Ryanair has an office in Dublin
Dublin, IE (HQ)
Airside Business Park
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Ryanair Financials and Metrics

Ryanair Revenue

Ryanair's revenue was reported to be €7.15 b in FY, 2018 which is a 7.6% increase from the previous period.
EUR

Revenue (FY, 2018)

7.2 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2017 - FY, 2018), %

7.6%

Net income (FY, 2018)

1.5 b

EBIT (FY, 2018)

1.7 b

Market capitalization (16-Aug-2018)

22.4 b

Closing stock price (16-Aug-2018)

98

Cash (31-Mar-2018)

1.5 b

EV

24.9 b
Ryanair's current market capitalization is $22.4 b.
Annual
EURFY, 2017FY, 2018

Revenue

6.6 b7.2 b

Revenue growth, %

8%

Operating expense total

4.6 b4.9 b

Depreciation and amortization

497.5 m561 m
Half Year
GBPH1, 2018

Revenue

4.4 b

Operating expense total

2.7 b

Depreciation and amortization

280.1 m

EBIT

1.5 b
Annual
EURFY, 2017FY, 2018

Cash

1.2 b1.5 b

Accounts Receivable

54.3 m57.6 m

Inventories

3.1 m3.7 m

Current Assets

4.7 b4.2 b
Half Year
EURH1, 2018

Cash

1.5 b

Accounts Receivable

61.1 m

Inventories

3.4 m

Current Assets

4 b
Annual
EURFY, 2017FY, 2018

Net Income

1.3 b1.5 b

Depreciation and Amortization

497.5 m561 m

Inventories

200 k(600 k)

Accounts Payable

63.5 m(44.5 m)
Half Year
EURH1, 2018

Net Income

1.3 b

Depreciation and Amortization

280.1 m

Inventories

(300 k)

Accounts Payable

39.8 m
EURY, 2018

EV/EBIT

14.9 x

EV/CFO

11.1 x

Revenue/Employee

549 k

Debt/Equity

0.9 x

Debt/Assets

0.3 x

Financial Leverage

2.8 x
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Ryanair Operating Metrics

FY, 2016Q1, 2017H1, 2017Q3, 2017FY, 2017Q1, 2018H1, 2018Q3, 2018FY, 2018

Aircraft Bases

87 86

Airports

200 207

Cost per Pessenger

47.69 42.62

Passenger Load Factor

93%94%96%95%94%96%97%96%95%
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Ryanair Online and Social Media Presence

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Ryanair News and Updates

Ryanair Pilots Say Talks Set to Resume in Bid to End Strike

Ryanair Pilots Say Talks Set to Resume in Bid to End Strike

Flight rights group takes Ryanair to court over strike compensation

German passenger rights company Flightright is taking Ryanair to court over whether it should pay financial compensation to passengers affected by strikes at Europe's largest low-cost carrier.

German union to start pay talks for Ryanair cabin crew on Wednesday

German union Verdi will meet Ryanair in Dublin on Wednesday to start pay talks for around 1,000 cabin crew working in Germany for Europe's largest low-cost airline, it said.

Ryanair strike hits 55,000 passengers across Europe

Ryanair endured its worst one-day strike on Friday after a walk-out by pilots in five European countries disrupted the plans of an estimated 55,000 travellers with the budget airline at the height of the summer holiday season.

Ryanair pilots strike in Germany, 4 other countries

Ryanair pilots in several European countries staged a strike over work conditions today that prompted the budget carrier to cancel 400 flights. Walkouts called by German and Belgian unions accounted for many of the cancellations, with strikes also called in Sweden and Ireland. The airline said that …

Ryanair Strike Pushes Panicky Customers Into Pricey Bookings

Ryanair Strike Pushes Panicky Customers Into Pricey Bookings
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Ryanair Company Life and Culture

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