Ryanair has lowered its full year profit guidance (excluding Laudamotion) from a current range of €1.25bn – €1.35bn, to a new range of €1.10bn – €1.20bn mainly due to the impact of pilot and cabin crew strikes. The airline said that it had lower traffic and weaker close in fares in September, caused by two days of coordinated pilot/cabin crew strikes in Europe, as well as lower fares during the third quarter as forward bookings (particularly for the Oct school mid-terms and Christmas) and customer confidence are affected by fear of further strikes, added to that is the higher EU261
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