Low-Cost Airlines

Ryanair and U.S. Summer Trends

Gordon Smith and Jay Shabat
May 24th, 2024 at 9:01 AM EDT

A series of Ryanair planes parked on the apron

In part one of this Airline Weekly Lounge podcast, Gordon Smith and Jay Shabat discuss the latest earnings from low-cost giant Ryanair. In part two, our focus turns to the upcoming summer travel season and what it means for the big U.S. airlines.

Don’t forget, you can find a full archive of the Lounge here.

Background Reading:

Ryanair ‘Don’t Care’ Who the Next Boeing CEO Is

Ryanair CEO Slams Boeing Culture: ‘They Love Talking Corporate Bullsh*t’

What Are Summer Travel Trends for 2024?

What Are the Most Searched Cities for Summer 2024 Flights?

Gordon Smith and Jay Shabat
May 24th, 2024 at 9:01 AM EDT

Tags: Low-Cost Airlines

Photo credit: A row of Ryanair Boeing 737 aircraft. Ryanair

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