October passenger figures continue to fly for major operators

Ryanair reported another increase in passenger traffic for October, with a total of 13.1 million customers. This 11% increase included 500,000 for Lauda, the Austrian airline the Dublin-based carrier recently acquired. The load factor, or number of available seats sold, for Ryanair during the month was 96%, and 89% for Lauda. No year-on-year comparative figures were released. Ryanair said it was forced to cancel just over 300 flights in October due to a five-day airport handler strike at Brussels Zaventem, some adverse weathe... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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