Last quote by Neil Sorahan
Ryanair is pivoting its growth away from the UK. We may see that growth slow down as we get closer to the divorce negotiations coming to an end, unless we get greater certainty as to what we actually can or cannot do within Europe. The only positive, I suppose, for our customers, is that this will lead to lower fares, as we have to stimulate the market.feedback
Neil Sorahan has been quoted in 4 different articles. Most recently, Neil Sorahan has been quoted saying, “There's a big need for the UK to agree bilateral agreements with the EU bloc. [Should this not happen] there's a distinct possibility that there could be a period of time - days, weeks, months - where flights can not get in or out of Europe.” in an article called 'Aldi in the Air': Ryanair says it doesn't plan on getting any nicer. This is only one of 4 quotes from Neil Sorahan. To see more examples Neil Sorahan’s views and opinions, check out the section below. You can filter Neil Sorahan's quotes by date and by topic to see, for example, what Neil Sorahan said about Ryanair recently and in the past.
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Quotes by Neil Sorahan
Apr 06 2017
There's a big need for the UK to agree bilateral agreements with the EU bloc. [Should this not happen] there's a distinct possibility that there could be a period of time - days, weeks, months - where flights can not get in or out of Europe.feedback
Feb 06 2017
European consumers have had great value in the last quarter where they have seen [average] fares of 33 euro. We are talking about a 15 percent reduction potentially into the next quarter. There will be a good choice and a lot of capacity in the market this summer which will probably have a downward impact on pricing. That said, fuel is starting to rise so the weaker carriers who don't have hedges will likely see their costs increase.feedback
May 23 2016
Ryanair, as you're aware, is actively campaigning for the remain vote. We think Europe and the UK have benefitted from a lot of different things over the years in Europe. In particular low fares like ourselves. If there was to be a leave vote then clearly there would be an awful lot of things that would have to be negotiated over the coming months and years and we would certainly have to cross those bridges if and when we come to them.feedback
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