Ryanair had such a strong summer it has revised up forecasts for full-year profit by 20 per cent. It flew a record 48m passengers during the first half, an increase of 7 per cent, raised the average fare by 6 per cent and spent less than expected on fuel, too. Investors took that as a sign to jump aboard.
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