Ryanair shares soar to record high as its raises profit forecast
Shares in Ryanair surged by more than nine per cent in early trading to a record high as the airline increased its forecast for after-tax full-year profits to the €810 million to €830 million range.
It had previously guided profits of €750 million to €770 million for the 12 months to March 31.
"Ryanair attributes this stronger-than-expected initial winter performance to the continuing success of its “Always Getting Better” customer programme, our stronger forward booking strategy and...
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