Making the difference
Here’s how we deliver our environmental sustainability strategy and support the Paris Agreement, the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the aviation industry’s Destination 2050.
Ryanair Holdings today (25 July) reported a Q1 PAT of €170m (pre-exceptionals), compared to a prior year Q1 loss of €273m, but well below the €243m PAT reported in Q1 FY20 (pre-Covid). 30 Jun. 2021 30 Jun. 2022 Change Customers 8.1m 45.5m +461% Load Factor 73% 92% +19pts Revenue €0.37bn €2.60bn +602% Op. Costs €0.68bn €2.38bn* +253% Net (Loss)/ PAT (€273m) €170m* n/m EPS (euro cent) (24.16) 16.53 n/m * Non-IFRS financial measure, excl.… read more RYANAIR REPORTS Q1 PAT OF €170M AS TRAFFIC RECOVERS STRONGLY POST-COVID BUT AT LOWER FARES
Ryanair Condemns Commission For Aviation Regulation (Car) For Rewarding Dublin Airport’s Mismanagement With 20%-40% Price Increases
Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (22 Jul) condemned the draft decision by the Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR), which allows Dublin Airport’s owner, the DAA, to increase its charges by 20% between 2022 and 2026 – BEFORE INFLATION. Inflation over this 4-year period could add another 10% or 20%. CAR’s decision means that Dublin Airlines and Customers are now facing price increases of between 30% to 40% over the next 4 years, which rewards Dublin… read more Ryanair Condemns Commission For Aviation Regulation (Car) For Rewarding Dublin Airport’s Mismanagement With 20%-40% Price Increases
We align to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals
Sustainability Report FY22
Aviation With Purpose
Within our Sustainability Report 2022, learn more about the ambitious goals we’ve set to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. We want to remain the cleanest and greenest airline in Europe, continue to build on our progress, and be the No.1 leader in aviation sustainability.
Sustainability Report FY21