Stansted-based airline Ryanair has issued another stark warning about Brexit - while posting a jump in profits.
The low-cost carrier reported a 13% rise in revenue - to €1.9m in the three months to June 30. Profits soared 55% to €397m while customer numbers increased by 12%.
The company, headed up by Michael O'Leary, says it was boosted because of the timing of the Easter break.
But it is warning profits are likely to fall by 5% over the first six months of the year and by 8% in the second half.
Ryanair again sounded the alarm bell on Britain's divorce from the EU - warning fights could be grounded if ministers failed to strike an aviation deal before March 2019.