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Old 3rd Nov 2012, 07:54
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Old 3rd Nov 2012, 12:04
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Where?????
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Old 3rd Nov 2012, 12:20
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Why is it that passengers in the UK and Spain can never ovay the rules of flying FR. Its always something from boarding passes or baggage.
Because in my experience, these countries tend to be where the rules are most strictly and arbitrarily enforced. I often fly between the UK and Eastern Europe with FR. On the way out pax tend to have the dimensions and weight of their bags checked at the gate. Coming back there are usually no such checks.
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Old 3rd Nov 2012, 13:20
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Definetly another aircraft for LPL (so at least 7, maybe 8) , however the aircraft going to EMA and MAN are new aircraft but the one/two at liverpool is a re-introduction of the one/two that was taken out a couple of years ago. This seems to have caused a bit of confusion.
Ryanair will announce an increase in aircraft if they will base more than the year before. East Midlands had 7 in summer 2011 but dropped to 6 in 2012. They have announced an additional aircraft so it will go back up to 7 in 2013. In that case, because Ryanair had 7 or 8 in 2011 at Liverpool, but only 6 in 2012, they would have announced an increase in aircraft if that were to go back up to 7 in 2013, but because they have not, it will remain as 6 for the time being!

Am I right in saying that yout theory suggest that because East Midlands had 7 in summer 2011, but 6 in 2012, the announcement of an additional aircraft for 2013 would make it 8 in your case as one would be a re-introduction to it's previous record along with an additional one??? If so, then that is not correct!
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 07:49
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First half results

First half results: Half Yearly Report - London Stock Exchange

Summary:
  • Profit up from 544m to 596m
  • Full year 2013 profit guidance raised to 490m to 520m (suggesting a loss of 70-100m over the second half)
  • Average fare up 6%
  • Passengers up 7%
  • Revenues up 15%
  • Fuel costs in Summer 2013 will rise by 5% (was 9% this year)
  • 489m dividend to be paid this month
  • H2 traffic to be roughly flat. Up to 80 aircraft to be grounded. H2 yields to rise by up to 4%

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Old 5th Nov 2012, 08:26
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Staff pay down (in real terms) by 3.5% and morale down by a further 99% to all time lows.

Nice way to do business.
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 09:14
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Ryanair Flying High as Profits Soar

Ryanair continue to be the most successful airline in Europe

Ryanair Sees Profit Soar 10% In First Half

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Old 5th Nov 2012, 09:37
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Are Ryanair flying Man to Nice next Summer ?
The website still shows two flights in March 2013 but nothing else.
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 09:38
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Congratulations to FR, MOL and all the fantastic, efficient and friendly staff I have met onboard over many years. A brilliant Irish, European and on-time success story begrudged only by the usual jealous begrudgers, successive Irish Governments, incapable and grossly overpaid Eurocrats, the ruling classes and the Daily Mail.

Raise your glasses tonight to the good ship Ryanair, all ye millions who travel in her.
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 10:05
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Thanks ayroplane, best laugh I have had all day, and it's only 10 o'clock...
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 10:43
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T's & C's reduce by 10% in 2nd half.
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 10:52
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First half results: Half Yearly Report - London Stock Exchange

Summary:
  • Profit up from 544m to 596m
  • Full year 2013 profit guidance raised to 490m to 520m (suggesting a loss of 70-100m over the second half)
  • Average fare up 6%
  • Passengers up 7%
  • Revenues up 15%
  • Fuel costs in Summer 2013 will rise by 5% (was 9% this year)
  • 489m dividend to be paid this month
  • H2 traffic to be roughly flat. Up to 80 aircraft to be grounded. H2 yields to rise by up to 4%
Thanks Anna

Good set of results.
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 11:02
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Ryanair half year results passengers to Sep 30/2012 at 48 million up 7%. They state they carry approx 12% of Europe's short-haul air travel market.

Is 48 million 12% of the stated market or is 79 million on a 12 million rolling basis, 12% of the market?

Later they say over the next 10 years they can grow to 120 million pa which will be an 18% share of the EU short haul market and a 50% growth on their own passenger numbers. Do these figures assume the current 'regulatory obstacles to growth' remain as they are? Unlike previous reports there doesn't seem to be meaninful mention of orders for aircraft to carry this projected passenger growth.
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 11:23
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 11:48
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this capitalist society that we live in.......
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 12:34
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Would not mind having a few shares in Ryanair

It said that a second special dividend of 34 cent per share was approved at its AGM in September and will be paid to shareholders at the end of November. Ryanair said it has now returned 1.53 billion to shareholders - via dividends and share buybacks - over the past five years.
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 16:56
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Has anybody seen the new "Fun In-flight Menu" called the "Gateway Cafe"?? It's awesome! It has a few budget airline jokes, for instance on the drinks menu "Because the toilets are still free" or for the Alcohol "Well you don't have to fly the plane do you?" Even on the front it says "There's no extra charge to turn the page!"

With it, they now serve new hot food options like Chips and Chicken Nuggets and a new "Almighty Hot Dog" as well as a few other bits and peices such as a Meatball Sub for 6. I think Ryanair have done well here and may get a bit of interest from this. I've always thought that Ryanair offers an excellent buy-on-board programme albeit is a bit on the pricey side and it just got better!

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Old 5th Nov 2012, 17:59
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Sounds like, mums go to iceland. Be nice if the food was actually kept in cooler bags all day, and not just abit of dry ice in the atlas box. I have to admit im guilty of having a few of the burgers.

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Old 5th Nov 2012, 18:39
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Ham and Cheese Panini is always my pesonal favourite. I also like how Ryanair with a lot of the snacks go large eg. Twix Xtra or Mars Duo as oppossed to the regular sizes like on EasyJet and charge the same amount!

Flew with EasyJet recently and thought there was a real lack of choice and by the time they were half way down the cabin, they had ran out of all hot food and ran out of vegetarian options by 1/3 of the way down! Luckerly I was 8 rows from the back, so just made it!!!
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Old 5th Nov 2012, 21:24
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Finance & Stock Market News



EU to oppose Ryanair, Aer Lingus deal - source

Mon, 5th Nov 2012 17:00


BRUSSELS, Nov 5 (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators plan to object to Ryanair's proposed takeo

ver of rival Aer Lingus because the Irish budget airline has not offered sufficient concessions, a person familiar with the matter said on Monday.

'A statement of objections is likely,' said the person, who declined to be named because of the sensitivity of the matter.

A statement of objections is a confidential document issued by the European Commission that sets out in detail the concerns it has about a proposed merger or takeover deal.

The person said the objections were likely to be sent to Ryanair in the coming week or two.

The source said the European Commission had not sought feedback from consumers or competing airlines on the concessions offered by Ryanair, indicating that it was unconvinced by the airline's arguments.
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