Ryanair warned of possible fourth-quarter losses and a winter season "characterized by much more difficult trading conditions" and said it did not expect "yield buoyancy to be maintained at similar levels" in the next six months but at least it will be negotiating those hurdles from a position of strength, as it announced a record €115.7 million ($147.6 million) profit in the first fiscal quarter ended June 30, a 79.7% improvement from the €64.4 million earned in the year-ago ...

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