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Airlines: Ryanair hopeful hot weather hasn't hit first quarter results

Positive financial figures from Easyjet last week suggest that Ryanair's first quarter financial results due tomorrow could outperform expectations.

27th July, 2013

Positive financial figures from Easyjet last week suggest that Ryanair's first quarter financial results due tomorrow could outperform expectations and provide a share price boost to the company, according to a number of aviation analysts.

Goodbody analyst Donal O'Neill said that he was already more optimistic than the company's relatively downbeat guidance, but a key issue will be whether recent hot weather in Britain and Ireland has cut into profitable last-minute bookings.

Analysts' consensus for...

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