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Fly slower, Ryanair tells pilots

Ryanair has ordered its pilots to fly slower in a bid to save money on fuel after a fall in profits in the first quarter.

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Ryanair has ordered its pilots to fly slower in a bid to save money on fuel after a fall in profits in the first quarter.

Slowing down Ryanair planes below 600mph has reduced the company's fuel bill by 15 per cent and added just two minutes to the average hour of flying, the Daily Mail reported today, following yesterday’s financial results from the airline.

Ryanair's share price fell 2.8 per cent yesterday after it...

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