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A Ryanair 737-800 in Brussels (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Fabian Behr)

Ryanair’s Profits Keep Rising, But Not for Long

Ryanair presented the fiscal year 2017 results, showing an increase of profits of ten percent, or £1.27 billions after tax. Despite one of its roughest years, when a combination of bad publicity, bad programming, pilot strikes and resignations hampered the low-cost carrier's operations, the airline still turned a profit. Passenger numbers are on the rise too. After a nine percent increase, the transported passengers total grew to 130 million in 2017. The markets leading to this growth were Italy, Germany and…