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Ryanair profits surge 66% as passenger numbers climb

26th May, 2015
Ryanair's chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs and chief commercial officer David OBrien speaking to the media at the Ryanair full year results in Dublin today.

Ryanair has reported full year net profit of €867 million, an increase of 66 per cent on its last fiscal year.

The airline said traffic was up 11 per cent to 90.6 million in the year as it worked to “relentlessly” improve its low-cost model. The increase in traffic generated revenue growth of 12 per cent.

Ryanair said it has expanded into primary airports, added more business schedules and extended long term cost growth deals at major...

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