Ryanair Holdings plc (RYAAY)

NASDAQ: RYAAY · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
140.83
+1.15 (0.82%)
At close: Feb 27, 2024, 4:00 PM
140.11
-0.72 (-0.51%)
After-hours: Feb 27, 2024, 7:30 PM EST
0.82%
Market Cap 32.03B
Revenue (ttm) 11.71B
Net Income (ttm) 1.43B
Shares Out 227.97M
EPS (ttm) 6.24
PE Ratio 14.58
Forward PE 12.14
Dividend $0.97 (0.69%)
Ex-Dividend Date Jan 18, 2024
Volume 291,257
Open 140.72
Previous Close 139.68
Day's Range 140.06 - 141.23
52-Week Range 86.36 - 143.04
Beta 1.53
Analysts Buy
Price Target 151.00 (+7.22%)
Earnings Date Jan 29, 2024

About RYAAY

Ryanair Holdings plc, together with its subsidiaries, provides scheduled-passenger airline services in Ireland, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, and internationally. It is also involved in the provision of various ancillary services, such as non-flight scheduled and Internet-related services, as well as in-flight sale of beverages, food, duty-free, and merchandise; and markets car hire, travel insurance, and accommodation services through its website and mobile app. In addition, the company offers aircraft and passenger handling, ticketing, an... [Read more]

Industry Airlines
Sector Industrials
IPO Date May 29, 1997
Employees 22,261
Stock Exchange NASDAQ
Ticker Symbol RYAAY
Full Company Profile

Financial Performance

Financial numbers in EUR Financial Statements

Analyst Forecast

According to 2 analysts, the average rating for RYAAY stock is "Buy." The 12-month stock price forecast is $151.0, which is an increase of 7.22% from the latest price.

Price Target
$151.0
(7.22% upside)
Analyst Consensus: Buy
Stock Forecasts

News

Airline may raise fares 10%, cut summer flights due to Boeing delays

Ryanair is warning that Boeing's production issues have resulted in delivery delays that may force it to raise prices and cut routes this summer if it doesn't get aircraft on time.

Other symbols: BA
1 day ago - Fox Business

We're spending more on leisure and travel. These 11 stocks will soak it up.

Leisure stocks are likely to outperform this year as emboldened consumers kick back and relax. Here's more on three economic trends supporting this trend and 11 stocks to consider, according to five m...

1 day ago - Market Watch

Boeing MAX Delays to Cause Airfare Hike, Airline Warns. It's Bad for Summer Travel Plans.

Delays to deliveries of Boeing MAX aircraft could lead to higher airfares for passengers and some flights being cut this summer, according to Ryanair's CEO Michael O'Leary.

Other symbols: BA
1 day ago - Barrons

Boeing's delays could see Ryanair hike prices by 10%, says CEO O'Leary: report

Mounting problems at plane manufacturer Boeing could see Ryanair forced to cut its schedules and increase prices by another 10%, the budget airline's CEO Michael O'Leary has reportedly warned.

Other symbols: BA
1 day ago - Market Watch

Ryanair may have to cut summer flights due to further Boeing delays

Ryanair will receive even fewer Boeing aircraft by the end of June than previously expected, CEO Michael O'Leary said on Friday, potentially prompting the budget carrier to cut its summer schedule at ...

Other symbols: BA
2 days ago - Reuters

Poland should invest in regional airports not transport hub, says Ryanair

Poland should scrap plans to spend billions on a huge hub airport in the centre of the country and instead spend some of that money on developing regional airports, a top Ryanair executive said, amid ...

6 days ago - Reuters

Ryanair CEO expects to be at least seven Boeing deliveries short this summer

Ryanair expects to be at least seven Boeing deliveries short this summer, CEO Michael O'Leary told Reuters on Tuesday.

Other symbols: BA
7 days ago - Reuters

European airline stocks: Why Ryanair is poised to take off

As consumers continue to spend on travel and experiences, many investors are looking for the best way to capitalize on this trend and optimize their portfolios. Abhay Deshpande, Centerstone Investors ...

15 days ago - Yahoo Finance

Ryanair CEO: Boeing quality is a concern, further delays possible

Ryanair is concerned by shortcomings identified by U.S. regulators in a report into the Alaska Airlines 737 MAX 9 accident, and increased regulatory supervision is set to "slow things down" at Boeing,...

Other symbols: BA
20 days ago - Reuters

EU court backs Ryanair in KLM Dutch aid case

A top EU court on Wednesday annulled again the approval of a pandemic state aid program for Dutch airline KLM, giving Irish rival Ryanair another victory.

20 days ago - TechXplore

Ryanair will take as many Boeing MAX 10s as it can get, says CEO

Ryanair will take as many Boeing MAX 10 aircraft as it can get, the airline's CEO told Reuters on Tuesday, reiterating his confidence in the U.S. planemaker.

Other symbols: BA
4 weeks ago - Reuters

Ryanair CFO Has Confidence in Boeing to Deliver 737 Max

Ryanair CFO Neil Sorahan discusses expected deliveries of Boeing Inc. planes and the airline's confidence in and support of Boeing aircraft. --------

Other symbols: BA
4 weeks ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Ryanair Group CFO on fiscal Q3 earnings, Boeing's safety concerns and travel outlook

Ryanair Group CFO Neil Sorahan joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the company's quarterly earnings results, Boeing's safety concerns, state of air travel, 2024 outlook, and more.

Other symbols: BA
4 weeks ago - CNBC Television

Ryanair stock a sudden favorite after Boeing's drama

By now, everyone is aware of the drama that has been going on inside Boeing NYSE: BA in regard to its incident during an Alaska Air Group NYSE: ALK flight, where a 737 MAX 9 jet suddenly saw its door ...

Other symbols: BA
4 weeks ago - MarketBeat

Ryanair narrows profit guidance following clash with travel agents, says Boeing delays will hit growth

Ryanair on Monday lowered its full-year profit guidance, as it said higher fuel and staffing costs, and a decision by online travel agents to stop listing its flights had hit its profits in the final ...

Other symbols: BA
4 weeks ago - Market Watch

Boeing Gets Some Good News. Ryanair Is Still a MAX Buyer.

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary says that if any U.S. airlines refuse to take delivery of Boeing's 737 MAX 10 aircraft, the low-cost carrier will buy them instead.

Other symbols: BA
4 weeks ago - Barrons

Ryanair sees Boeing MAX 10 flying in first quarter of 2025

Major Boeing customer Ryanair said on Monday it was hopeful the 737 MAX 10 would be certified before the end of the year and flying at the start of 2025.

Other symbols: BA
4 weeks ago - Reuters

Ryanair trims annual profit forecast after online travel agents remove flights

Ryanair on Monday trimmed its profit forecast for the year to the end of March after some online travel agents stopped selling its flights in December, forcing it to cut fares to fill seats.

4 weeks ago - Reuters

Ryanair welcomes pause in Boeing production increases, sees no extra delays

Ryanair on Thursday welcomed a U.S. regulators' decision to freeze increases in production of Boeing's 737 MAX and said it had been assured there would be no additional delays to deliveries planned ah...

Other symbols: BA
4 weeks ago - Reuters

Ryanair sees scope to expand further in Italy

Ryanair is looking to build on its market-leading position in Italy if more airport slots become available as a result of ITA Airways teaming up with Lufthansa , the budget airline's CEO Michael O'Lea...

5 weeks ago - Reuters

Ryanair wants to open five new bases, grow 40% in Spain

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair wants to open five new bases in Spain and grow by 40% in the country by 2030, Eddie Wilson, the chief executive of the group's largest airline, Ryanair DAC, said in Madr...

5 weeks ago - Reuters

Ryanair says to resume flights to Tel Aviv on Feb 1 in reduced schedule

Ryanair said on Thursday it will resume flights to and from Israel on Feb. 1, citing EASA guidance and the resumption of flights by other European carriers.

5 weeks ago - Reuters

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary says he made ‘loud complaints' to Boeing over quality control

Michael O'Leary, the CEO of Ryanair, said his employees once observed a wrench that was left inside a plane delivered by the Seattle-based company.

Other symbols: BA
5 weeks ago - New York Post

Ryanair boss says reassured by Boeing on 737 MAX safety

Ryanair on Tuesday welcomed improved quality controls at US aircraft manufacturer Boeing and announced its own enhanced checks, after a major safety issue.

Other symbols: BA
6 weeks ago - TechXplore

Boeing needs more hands-on management, not resignations, says Ryanair CEO

Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary on Tuesday called for a revamp of Boeing management after the mid-air blowout of a cabin panel in an Alaska Airlines 737 MAX 9, but said senior management shoul...

Other symbols: BA
6 weeks ago - Reuters