Incoming operations chief Peter Bellew also described the crisis-hit airline as ‘Ireland’s greatest company’.
It comes shortly after ex-Brown Thomas boss Dalton Philips took up the top job at DAA.
GoCar boss Colm Brady also talks about ‘character building’ in a Dublin pub.
But the airline’s low-cost business model remains ‘intact’, one analyst says.
A post doing the rounds on social media is false, an industry group says.
Swift Composite Prototypes has been placed into liquidation.
Imelda Comer hand-delivered a letter to Ryanair management yesterday.
American Airlines pilots have offered a range of supports to their 'brothers and sisters' at Ryanair
They want crew members at the Irish company to unionise.
The American carrier culled the summer service because of a ‘poor financial performance’.
The airline says it may redeploy some planes in the future if its infrastructure needs aren’t met.
Commissioner Cathy Mannion said she didn’t think such a move was ‘always the best way to do things’.
The former state-owned carrier is also poaching pilots from failed UK carrier Monarch.
The British carrier has been tipped as the best-positioned to capitalise on rivals’ problems.
Blue Tree Systems has been sold to Orbcomm.
The failure has been described as the largest ever in the UK aviation sector.
A leading trainer says high entry costs and poor marketing are turning off aspiring flyers.
The chair of An Bord Pleanála said we need to get cars out of cities.
One pilot said issues at the airline had been going on ‘for years’.
The regulator will rope in extra staff to deal with the high volume of complaints.
The airline plans to fly fewer planes in winter to deal with staff shortages.