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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.

TypePublic
Founded1985
HQDublin, IE
Websiteryanair.com
Employee Ratings2.9

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)14,000
Job Openings276
Revenue (FY, 2018)€7.2 B(+8%)
Share Price (May 2020)€10.6 (+5%)

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)

7.2b

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

7.6%

Net income (FY, 2018)

1.5b

EBIT (FY, 2018)

1.7b

Market capitalization (21-May-2020)

11.5b

Closing stock price (21-May-2020)

10.6

Cash (31-Mar-2018)

1.5b

EV

14.0b
Ryanair's current market capitalization is €11.5 b.
Annual
EURFY, 2017FY, 2018

Revenue

6.6b7.2b

Revenue growth, %

8%

Operating expense total

4.6b4.9b

Depreciation and amortization

497.5m561.0m
Half Year
EURH1, 2018

Revenue

4.4b

Operating expense total

2.7b

Depreciation and amortization

280.1m

EBIT

1.5b
Annual
EURFY, 2017FY, 2018

Cash

1.2b1.5b

Accounts Receivable

54.3m57.6m

Inventories

3.1m3.7m

Current Assets

4.7b4.2b
Half Year
EURH1, 2018

Cash

1.5b

Accounts Receivable

61.1m

Inventories

3.4m

Current Assets

4.0b
Annual
EURFY, 2017FY, 2018

Net Income

1.3b1.5b

Depreciation and Amortization

497.5m561.0m

Inventories

200.0k(600.0k)

Accounts Payable

63.5m(44.5m)
Half Year
EURH1, 2018

Net Income

1.3b

Depreciation and Amortization

280.1m

Inventories

(300.0k)

Accounts Payable

39.8m
EURY, 2018

EV/EBIT

8.4 x

EV/CFO

6.3 x

Revenue/Employee

549.0k

Debt/Equity

0.9 x

Debt/Assets

0.3 x

Financial Leverage

2.8 x
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Ryanair Operating Metrics

Ryanair's Customers was reported to be 130.3 m in FY, 2018. Ryanair's Daily Flights was reported to be 200 in FY, 2018.
FY, 2016Q1, 2017H1, 2017Q3, 2017FY, 2017Q1, 2018H1, 2018Q3, 2018FY, 2018

Customers

106.40 m31.20 m64.80 m28.80 m120 m35 m72.10 m30.40 m130.30 m

Daily Flights

200

Destinations

210 200

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

Unions say Ryanair exaggerating COVID threat to undermine conditions

Several Ryanair trade unions say they will resist an attempt to cut pay and conditions for a five-year period, citing management promises of a swift recovery from the coronavirus crisis and the fact its CEO has committed to a pay cut for just one year.

EasyJet’s Aircraft Cuts Bow To Stelios But Give Ryanair Dominance

A smaller EasyJet helps another boisterous icon of European aviation: Michael O’Leary. The Ryanair LCC he runs could place further aircraft orders during the downturn. Ryanair’s fleet is 41% larger than EasyJet, but could be twice as big in the medium-term, based on its last formal growth plan.

Ryanair Plots Fare War As Coronavirus Recovery Tool, But That Tactic Might Make Things Worse

As they long for a rapid recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, airlines may revert to old habits by deeply discounting airfares.

Ryanair misses traffic target, braces for hedging hit

Ryanair missed its 2020 target for passenger traffic and expects to book an exceptional charge of around 300 million euros for the year which ended last month, it said on Friday.

Coronavirus: Ryanair 'does not expect to operate flights in April and May'

Ryanair has confirmed that it “does not expect to operate flights in April and May” due to the coronavirus epidemic, The post Coronavirus: Ryanair 'does not expect to operate flights in April and May' appeared first on CityAM.

Ryanair will not operate flights in April or May

Ryanair on Tuesday said it does not expect to operate flights in April or May and has offered its aircraft to European governments for rescue or the essential movement of medicines and personal protective equipment.
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Ryanair Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Ryanair founded?

    Ryanair was founded in 1985.

  • Who are Ryanair key executives?

    Ryanair's key executives are Peter Bellew, John Hurley and Kenny Jacobs.

  • How many employees does Ryanair have?

    Ryanair has 14,000 employees.

  • What is Ryanair revenue?

    Latest Ryanair annual revenue is €7.2 b.

  • What is Ryanair revenue per employee?

    Latest Ryanair revenue per employee is €510.8 k.

  • Who are Ryanair competitors?

    Competitors of Ryanair include Finnair, easyJet and Flybe.

  • Where is Ryanair headquarters?

    Ryanair headquarters is located at Airside Business Park, Dublin.

  • Where are Ryanair offices?

    Ryanair has an office in Dublin.

  • How many offices does Ryanair have?

    Ryanair has 1 office.