Irish airlines Ryanair and Aer Lingus have both reported a rise in passenger numbers for June. Ryanair saw June traffic rise to 8.3 million passengers, compared to 7.9 million in June last year, while load factors rose to 88% from 84% for the same month. Aer Lingus also reported a 4.9% rise in passenger numbers for June, carrying 995,000 passengers, up from 949,000 in June 2013. Traffic measured in revenue passenger kilometres rose 10.7% to 1.7 bn, from 1.6 bn last year. Load factors declined to 85.5% from 86.2% last year.
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