Ryanair said its June quarter profit fell 20% to €319 million ($374 million) excluding exceptional items, hit by higher fuel and staff costs, and it warned more strikes could lead to base reductions and job losses in certain markets if it has to review its winter schedule. The Dublin-based LCC also increased its estimate of losses at LaudaMotion, the Austrian leisure carrier it invested in earlier this year. Ryanair’s financial year runs from April 1-March 31. Ryanair, which is ...

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