Ryanair flew 1.3 million more passengers in January than the same month last year, figures out today show.
The 30% rise in carryings saw the load factor jump by 12 percentage points to 83%.
The low-cost carrier’s rolling 12 month carryings to January grew by 8% to 87.8 million passengers.
Chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs attributed the performance to lower fares and its ‘Always Getting Better’ customer initiative.
This “delivered stronger forward bookings and better than expected load factors across our significantly expanded winter schedule,” he said.
“With our great new routes, increased frequencies and Business Plus service, Ryanair continues to deliver so much more than just the lowest fares in every market we operate in,” added Jacobs.
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