Ireland’s low-cost carrier Ryanair has added €60 million ($74 million) to its full-year net earnings guidance, giving a new range of €810-€830 million, due to stronger-than-expected winter bookings. At the start of the financial year, Ryanair’s original guidance called for a €580-€620 million full-year net profit, compared to the €523 million net income it achieved in 2012-2013. This outlook was increased to €620-€650 million in July, to ...

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