- Growth back to 9pc
- 12.3m passengers in April with load factor 96pc
- Rolling annual numbers up 8pc to 131.4m
Ryanair monthly passenger numbers soared above 10m for the first time in five months and growth returned to 9pc from 6pc, signalling an end to their winter pilot rostering slowdown.
Ryanair continued to grow through the troubled winter months, but at rates of 6pc which was below the Swords-based carrier’s own ambitious targets.
Load factor reached 96pc, having fallen as low as 91pc in January. The 96pc mark was first reached in August 2016 and has been surpassed by 97pc load factor (tickets sold) in July, August and September 2017.
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