- Ryanair October passengers up 900k to 11.8m
- Load factor up 1 to 96
- Rolling annual traffic to September up 12pc to 128.2m
Ryanair September passenger numbers are up 8pc on October 2016 to 11.8m, matching the September total. In 2016 and 2015 the October passenger total exceeded the September total. The airline cancelled flights affecting 315,000 passengers over the October-November period. Load factor was 96pc, down from 97pc in September but up one point on October 2016.
It is the 42nd successive month of passenger growth for Ryanair.
Rolling annual traffic to September is up 12pc to 128.2m.
Load factor previously reached 96pc in July 2016, August 2016, April 2017 and June 2017 and 97pc in July, August and September 2017.
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