BRUSSELS—Ryanair has become the latest airline to warn that its full-year earnings will be affected by the UK’s vote to exit the EU, though it remains bullish on its passenger and load-factor growth. The Irish LCC, which unlike EasyJet and International Airlines Group (IAG) maintained its profit outlook in the immediate aftermath of the June 23 Brexit referendum, now has reversed course and reduced its profit growth guidance by 5% for the financial year ending in March ...

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