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Ryanair sees profits soar to €1.32 billion but warns of Brexit uncertainty - the key points

Budget airline has released full year results revealing a 6 per cent increase in after-tax profit

30th May, 2017
Ryanair has reported a 6% rise in after-tax profit to €1.32 billion

Ryanair has released results for the 12 months to the end of March, showing a six per cent increase in its after-tax profit to €1.32 billion, in line with guidance. Here are the key points in the results:

- Revenue rose by two per cent to €6.65 billion as customer numbers increased by 13 per cent to 120 million and the airline's load factor edged up to 94 per cent from 93 per cent. However, average...

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