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Ryanair bookings up amid fare war

Discount carrier trimmed tariffs on almost 1,000 routes

[LONDON] Ryanair Holdings plc said it's winning a fare war embroiling Europe's network and discount carriers as lower ticket prices spur bookings and charges for reserved seating and priority boarding help lift revenue. Ryanair shares rose the most since May 20 after the Dublin-based company

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