Ryanair upheld its full-year profit guidance and said it expects net profits for the current fiscal year ending March 31 to rise 10% on the prior year. Surges in passenger traffic and ancillary revenue helped lift the LCC's first fiscal quarter profit 20% to a record €138.9 million ($194 million) (ATWOnline, Aug. 1). "Current trading continues to perform as expected and advance bookings for the autumn are in line with our targets," CEO Michael O'Leary told shareholders at the carrier's ...

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