Ryanair has reported a third quarter net loss of €96million, compared to a Q3 loss of €321million a year ago. The airline said that there was a strong traffic rebound in Q2 (Sept. quarter) following the successful rollout of the EU Digital Covid Certificates (DCC) in July, and the relaxation of EU travel restrictions. And although Q3 got off to a good start with strong bookings for the Oct. mid-term break, the Omicron variant had impacted travel. “Ryanair’s load active/yield passive recovery strategy saw Oct. traffic rise to 11.3m (84% load factor). Our Nov. load factor improved to 86% (10.2m guests), albeit
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