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Is youthful Ryanair about to grow up and settle down?

5th June, 2010

It was good news all round for Ryanair last week.

The company was delighted with its meteoric rise in pretax profit to €341 million in the year to March 2010. Shareholders were pleased to learn they would receive a €500 million dividend payout later this year - the company’s first.

And Michael O’Leary, chief executive of the airline, will have been mightily pleased that he is to receive €20 million of that and a...

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