Ryanair reported net income of €93.7 million ($73 million) for its fiscal first quarter ended June 30, down 23.8% compared to a €123 million profit in the year-ago period. CEO Michael O'Leary said the results "were adversely impacted by the unnecessary closures of European airspace for 18 days in April and May." He also reiterated his complaint about Ireland's "disastrous €10 tourist tax," which he claimed "has caused a continuing collapse in ...

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