Ryanair 1H Profits Down, Warns Of Airline Failures

Credit: Rob Finlayson
PARIS–Ryanair said its 2018 first-half profit fell 7% as lower fares, air traffic control strikes combined with higher fuel, staff and passenger compensation costs offset growth in ancillary revenues. The LCC said the tough operating environment led it to expect more airline failures this winter and...

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