Ryanair gets set for takeoff

Following solid half-year numbers at the airline, analysts see fair weather ahead after a turbulent couple of years

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
5th November, 2017
Ryanair gets set for takeoff
Michael O’Leary has again confounded the bad press Picture: Chris Ratcliffe/ Bloomberg

It’s been a rough few months for Ryanair. In August, the company was at a high for the year of €19.39, but just two months later, it was languishing at €15.38 – with €2 billion wiped off the company’s market value as it tussled with pilots and struggled to answer piercing questions about its business model.

Last week, in classic Michael O’Leary style, the company came out with his response....

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