Nov 2, 2020
Covid: Ryanair losses grow and passenger numbers plunge
Ryanair has revealed that it carried 80% fewer passengers over the first half of its financial year and expects losses to grow amid the coronavirus. It said 17.1 million people travelled on the airline in the six months to September, compared with 85.7 million last year. The carrier also reported a €196.5m loss for the period but warned it was likely to worsen. It said "Will continue to be a hugely challenging year for Ryanair". The Irish airline's first half loss compares with a €1.15bn profit in the same period last year.
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