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EasyJet flew more than 60 million passengers last year as more Britons spent Christmas overseas.

EasyJet boss Carolyn McCall pockets £6.4m

Budget airline easyJet saw its chief executive Carolyn McCall pocket a £6.4 million pay package last year.

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary furious as airline is told to cut Aer Lingus stake

Budget airline boss Michael O'Leary says company will appeal against the 'bizarre' ruling

Chief Executive of Ryanair Michael O'Leary

Once again, changing what passengers do: I'll price luggage out of the hold, says Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary

He wants to halve number of passengers checking in bags and says making passengers pay for cabin baggage is also a possibility

Low-cost airline Ryanair is pinning its hopes on an end to the summer heatwave

Ryanair eyes potential for advertising on outside of jets

Passengers turn down sunshine break abroad to top up tans at home

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Ryanair attacked a plan to force carriers to switch passengers to other airlines after a 12-hour delay

Ryanair lashes out over threat of forced Aer Lingus stake sale

Ryanair could be forced to sell its entire stake in Aer Lingus after regulators today said the holding could damage competition on fares and routes.

Ryanair's dream to be grounded: Watchdog poised to order Michael O'Leary to halve carrier's stake in Aer Lingus

Michael O'Leary, the outspoken Ryanair boss who has harboured dreams of owning Aer Lingus, will be told this week to sell around half of the budget airline's stake in Ireland's national flag carrier.

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Ryanair profits at record high and aims to double short-haul European flight numbers

Ryanair wants to more than double its share of the European short-haul market to 20 per cent in the next five years

Ryanair soars as fares rise to beat fuel costs

Hiking air fares around Christmas helped Ryanair to shrug off rising fuel costs in the last three months of 2012 and saw the budget carrier today raise its profit expectations for the year.

Ryanair sketches plan to dominate Europe's skies

Ryanair's outspoken chief executive, Michael O'Leary, has outlined his plans to dominate European skies and fly 120 million passengers a year as rival airlines go bust and flag carriers cut their short-haul operations to save money.

Budget airlines like Ryanair often deliver profits

Ryanair to create 1,000 UK jobs as it opens new routes

Low-cost airline Ryanair is to create 1,000 UK jobs next year by flying one million more passengers on a number of new routes.

Easyjet's expansion plans at Southend boost Stobart

Stobart Group's new Southend Airport will receive a major boost today when easyJet sets out plans to expand its operations out of the Essex base.

Ryanair Chief Executive Officer Michael O'Leary

Ryanair offers concessions in EU probe of Aer Lingus deal

Ryanair Holdings offered concessions to European Union antitrust regulators reviewing its 694 million-euro (£564 million) bid for Irish competitor Aer Lingus.

Aer Lingus welcomes European inquiry into Ryanair takeover

Aer Lingus cheered as European competition regulators stepped up their investigation into Ryanair's €700m (£556m) hostile takeover bid for its fellow Irish airline, on concerns that the deal may eliminate competition on several routes in Europe.

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