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Ryanair expects air travel to be depressed for 2-3 years

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Ryanair expects air travel to be depressed for 2-3 yearsLONDON (AP) — European budget airline Ryanair said Monday that the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on its earnings, with lockdown restrictions leading to a 99% drop in passengers in the first quarter, and warned travel is...
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Ryanair cut its annual passenger target by a quarter on Monday and warned a second wave of COVID-19 infections could lower that further. Ciara Lee reports

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Ryanair Irish low-cost airline; largest by passenger numbers in Europe; main operating unit of Ryanair Holdings

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