Opinion on Transport and Logistics in Ireland

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Ryanair: soaring profits

Low cost airline Ryanair has announced record Q1 profits. The Ireland-based airline has been unaffected by the troubles which have afflicted many traditional flag carrying airlines and has, along with other low cost pioneers, helped to completely change the airline business model. However, in the long term, European railways may be the real losers.

Published By Datamonitor
07 Aug 2002
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Ryanair: flying high profits

Ryanair made record profits last year by providing a cheaper alternative to the larger airlines, addressing the market for cheap flights to popular destinations. The record profits, in sharp contrast to BA's announcement of its largest losses since privatization, show that there is still money to be made in the airline business.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Jun 2002
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Ryanair: fight back not pay back

The European Commission has ruled that some of the subsidies Ryanair [RYA.L] received from a Belgian airport are illegal. The decision could threaten low-cost airlines' deals with regional airports and affect Ryanair's own expansion plans. Furthermore, it could become a weapon in the hands of high fare airlines to obstruct competition in Europe.

Published By Datamonitor
26 May 2004
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Exel: increasing its Accenture

Exel is partnering again with Accenture, to improve and develop better control and visibility of its European freight finance function. As manufacturers outsource more and more of their business to logistics providers (among others), it's becoming clear that logistics firms can find improvements and success in outsourcing their own operations.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Oct 2002
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British Airways: going down with a red face

BA has lost its top-flight status by dropping out of the FTSE 100. While the news is bad enough for the group, low cost airline Ryanair's decision to issue a statement saying it was applying to take their place was worse still. Since the Irish airline is not eligible to join the FTSE 100, the aim of its statement is clear - to further humiliate its archrival.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Sep 2002

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