His comments came after the budget airline reported pre-tax profits of €243 million for its first financial quarter to the end of June, a drop of 21 per cent from a year earlier.
The fall was due to a 6 per cent decline in average fares and a jump in costs caused mainly by a 24 per cent higher fuel bill and rising staff costs. But this was offset by a 27 per cent rise in...
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