Ryanair eyes short-haul war as shares fly on record profits

Lucy Tobin
May 2013
Evening Standard;5/20/2013, p41
RYANAIR today set out its ambition to more than double its share of the European short-haul market to 20% in the next five years, as the budget carrier brushed off higher fuel costs to post a record annual profit of €569 million.


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