Ireland-based low-cost carrier Ryanair has always forged its own path under the leadership of Michael O’Leary. It’s a path that pays off. The company’s 2015 third-quarter financial results included net profits that doubled to £103 million ($112 million), while revenues increased 17% to £1.33 billion. But far more surprising was Ryanair’s joining with long-time rivals in the creation of a new European airline advocacy group, A4E.    Ryanair is ...

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