Ryanair reported a €185.8 million ($236.3 million) net profit in its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, a 31% drop from the €268.7 million earned in the year-ago period, as fuel costs jumped 109% to €422 million. Operating revenue increased 20% to €1.03 billion as passengers rose 20% to 16.7 million. Operating expenses climbed 50% to €830.8 million and operating profit decreased to €202.9 million from €304 million a year earlier. Fiscal first-half ...

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