Ryanair is Europe’s only ultra-low cost carrier (ULCC), operating more than 1,500 daily flights (over 500,000 per year) from 57 bases, across 1,500 low fare routes, connecting 180 destinations in 29 countries and operating a fleet of 305 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Ryanair has recently announced firm orders for a further 175 new Boeing aircraft, which will be delivered between 2014 and 2018. Ryanair currently employs more than 8,500 highly skilled professionals, will carry over 80 million passengers this year and has an outstanding 28-year safety record.
Type
Public
HQ
Dublin, IE
Founded
1985
Size (employees)
13,026 (est)
Ryanair was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Dublin, IE
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Key People/Management at Ryanair

Michael O’Leary

Michael O’Leary

Chief Executive Officer
Neil Sorahan

Neil Sorahan

Chief Financial Officer
John Hurley

John Hurley

Chief Technology Officer
Kenny Jacobs

Kenny Jacobs

Chief Marketing Officer
David O’Brien

David O’Brien

Chief Commercial Officer
Edward Wilson

Edward Wilson

Chief People Officer
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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 Financials

Market capitalization (27-Oct-2017)

25.1 b

Closing share price (27-Oct-2017)

104.8
Ryanair's current market capitalization is $25.1 b.
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Ryanair News and Updates

Exclusive: Ukraine's largest airline may sue again in tussle with Ryanair

KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's largest airline may launch new legal action over the entry of Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair into the market if its complaints over airport slots are not addressed, its chief executive told Reuters on Friday.

Ryanair's 67 percent UK gender pay gap widest among airlines

DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ryanair has reported an average gender pay gap for its British-based staff of 67 percent, the widest among large airlines that have had to disclose the difference in earnings under new regulations.

American regulators don’t think British airlines are so special without the EU

American aviation officials aren’t moved by the so-called “special relationship” between the US and UK: There will be no preferential treatment for British airlines flying…

Heathrow Airport’s $50 Million Bad Weather Investment Pays Off

A light dusting of snow is usually enough to bring the UK to a total standstill. In that sense, keeping Heathrow open is a pretty good achievement, even if it did cost the airport $50 million. -Patrick Whyte

Ryanair Urges Brexit Negotiators to Eliminate the Uncertainties

There's a lot of drama about what Brexit will mean for Europe's airlines. And much needs to happen before airlines know how the European air market will look long term. But at the end of this, we expect the status quo will remain, at least for the most part. -Brian Sumers
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