Irish budget carrier Ryanair has posted a 15% net profit margin for 2014-15, after generating €867 million ($944.5 million) in net income, up 66% from €523 million in the prior year. Speaking at a media briefing in London, Ryanair CFO Neil Sorahan said the “very strong” results, which exceeded previous guidance, were due to its three-year ‘Always Getting Better’ (AGB) strategy. This triggered a 1% increase in average fares, 11% more traffic and a five-point ...

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