(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 20, 2020 Ryanair aircraft are pictured at Stansted airport, northeast of London. Irish no-frills airline Ryanair said on November 2, 2020, that it sank into a net loss in the first half of its financial year, as coronavirus savaged demand and grounded planes worldwide. / AFP / Adrian DENNIS
Ryanair aircraft at Stansted airport, northeast of London. The low-cost Irish carrier’s loss in the six months ended September 30 followed a profit of €1.15bn in the same period a year ago. AFP

Ryanair swings to €196.5m loss as chief executive expects slump in winter demand




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