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Buoyant O’Leary sees profits soar

It was a return to familiar territory for Michael O’Leary last week as the Ryanair chief executive stepped away from the heat of the Aer Lingus takeover battle to announce another set of record-breaking results.

11th November, 2006

It was a return to familiar territory for Michael O’Leary last week as the Ryanair chief executive stepped away from the heat of the Aer Lingus takeover battle to announce another set of record-breaking results.

While Dermot Mannion, his Aer Lingus equivalent, crossed his fingers and hoped the unlikely combination of the government, Aer Lingus employees, his pilots’ pension fund and a telecoms billionaire would be enough to keep his airline independent, O’Leary...

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