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Ryanair's annual passenger count grows at slowest pace since 2014

This comes after Europe's biggest budget carrier dropped flights to cope with a staffing crunch among pilots

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Ryanair's CEO Michael O'Leary has been forced to accept unionisation for pilots after the scheduling screw-up gave them increased bargaining power.

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RYANAIR Holdings Plc's passenger tally grew at the slowest annual pace since 2014 after Europe's biggest budget carrier cancelled thousands of flights to cope with a staffing crunch among pilots.

The 2017 customer count rose by 10 per cent to 129 million, Ryanair said in a...

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