Ryanair says first-half profit up 10%

Passenger traffic up 7% to 48 million in H1

With traffic up by 7% to 48 million passengers, Ryanair said this morning that it had posted an after-tax profit of €596 million for the first half of 2012, up 10% on the same period last year. Known for its budget-priced tickets and ancillary revenues, the company nevertheless added that its fares had increased by 6% on average.
SkyNews

x

Check Also

Ryanair, cancel, list, flights, CAA, warning, legal, law, passengers, rights

New Ryanair fee – only for Israel

Airline angers passengers with sudden charge.

Welcome to Ras Al Khaimah – winter sun and adventure for the whole family

ADVERTORIAL: Ras Al Khaimah, the northern-most emirate of the UAE, offers its visitors a truly authentic Arabian experience; from its golden beaches, lush mangroves and terracotta deserts, to the towering Hajar Mountains bordering Oman.

(SE) We are looking for a Structural Engineer

SAS Technical Operations SAS Technical Operations is composed of Maintenance Production (Part 145), providing line ...

Ryanair’s cabin baggage rules change

Passengers no longer able to carry two cabin bags on board

Billund Airport looks ahead to busy 2018

Western Danish airport smashes new records for 2017

Wow Air, Iceland, low-cost, LA, California, transatlatic, long-haul, A330

WOW air sees 69% passenger growth

Low-cost upstart’s fleet to grow to 24 aircraft in 2018