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Ryanair has reported a significant rise in profits.
The Irish airline said net profit for the year to the end of March had surged by 66% to €867 million (£614 million).
Passenger numbers increased by 11% - almost three times the targeted level - to 90.6 million customers.
Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary said the firm had attracted millions of new customers through the success of its “Always Getting Better” customer experience programme.
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UK air passengers are facing major disruption due to a strike by Italian air traffic controllers, with scores of flights cancelled.
The four-hour stoppage tomorrow has led to Ryanair axing 96 flights to and from Italy, including four return services involving flights to and from the UK.
EasyJet has had to cancel up to 60 flights and other UK carriers are also likely to be affected by the action, which lasts from 11.30am to 3.30pm UK time.
The Ryanair cancellations include Manchester-Bologna, Stansted-Ancona, Stansted-Trieste and Liverpool-Pisa.
Ryanair warned that further delays and cancellations are likely and advised passengers to check the status of their flight.
It may be famous for its "no-frills" approach, but low-cost Irish airline Ryanair is set to launch business class flights.
While the 69.99 euro (£56) Business Plus package does not provide roomier seating, it does offer more discerning fliers a range of benefits, including:
- Flexibility on ticket changes
- 20kg (44lbs) of checked-in bag allowance
- Fast-track airport security at selected airports
- Priority boarding and 'premium' seats
Fliers must select Business Plus services during the booking process or face additional charges for any services added after payment has been made.