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How Ryanair is weathering the Brexit storm

The carrier remains unflappable in its ability to refocus with ruthless efficiency, writes Fearghal O'Connor

5th April, 2017
Weathering the storm...Ryanair Pic: RollingNews.ie

All the talk may be of Brexit and its threat to aviation but, once again, Ryanair has knocked the ball out of the park, as it does every month.

The airline released its monthly traffic numbers for March yesterday and, as usual, they were pretty phenomenal. The number of passengers carried during the month was 9.4 million, a rise of 10 per cent.

Even more impressive in some ways was the number it posted for load factor,...

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