Ryanair shrugged off a doubling of its fuel bill to report a 31.2% profit rise to €69.9 million ($69.6 million) for the fiscal first quarter ended June 30 compared to net income of €53.1 million in the year-ago period. Current-period results include a gain of €5.2 million (net of tax) from the settlement of an insurance claim covering six 737-200s damaged during an overhaul. Operating profit also increased, jumping 23.4% to €79.9 million from €64.7 million in ...

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