Passenger jets operated by Ryanair Holdings stand on the tarmac at London Stansted Airport in Stansted, UK on May 1, 2020.
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According to Refinitiv, analysts had forecast a net loss of 933 million euros for the twelve months that ended in March.
The low-cost airline said the new fiscal year “continues to be challenging, with uncertainty about when and where Covid bans and travel restrictions will be eased”.
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