Tailwinds boosted Ryanair’s results
No airline looks better placed than Ryanair to sustain growth into the future
So many different factors don’t often coincide to boost an airline’s earnings. A recovering European economy and weather conditions that drove increased travel in Northern Europe were two. But Ryanair’s advantages were common to the company’s rivals as well: EasyJet and Wizz Air reported strong earnings growth too with the same tailwinds behind them.
Ryanair’s results were all the more remarkable for the fact that they were...
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