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Ryanair reaches 1.1 mln. passengers from Bratislava since 2005

The biggest low-cost airline in Europe, the Irish company Ryanair, transported a total of 3.7 million passengers this January, up 17.2 percent y/y. In the first month of 2008, the company recorded a 69-percent occupancy rate on its flights, down 2 percentage points y/y. On February 4, Ryanair said that the number of passengers that used its services over the past twelve months reached 49.6 million and an occupancy rate of 82 percent by the end of this January. SITA

The biggest low-cost airline in Europe, the Irish company Ryanair, transported a total of 3.7 million passengers this January, up 17.2 percent y/y. In the first month of 2008, the company recorded a 69-percent occupancy rate on its flights, down 2 percentage points y/y. On February 4, Ryanair said that the number of passengers that used its services over the past twelve months reached 49.6 million and an occupancy rate of 82 percent by the end of this January. SITA

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