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Ryanair sees slower profit growth as airfares fall

Tuesday, May 24, 2016 - 05:50

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Ryanair has adjusted its strategy in the past year, targeting primary airports in cities it serves to compete more directly with larger mainline carriers and arch-rival EasyJet.

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RYANAIR Holdings Plc forecast that earnings growth will slow this year as a spate of terror attacks and lower fuel prices prompt airlines to cut ticket prices.

Europe's largest discount carrier expects net profit to rise about 13 per cent in the year through March after a 43

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