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Ryanair March Traffic Falls 48% To 5.7m Guests

Ryanair March Traffic Falls 48% To 5.7m Guests

Covid-19 Airspace Closures Impact March Traffic

 

Ryanair Holdings plc today (3 Apr) released March traffic statistics as follows:

  2019       2020    (LF)     Growth
Ryanair Group 10.9m      5.7m     (91%)-48%
Ryanair 10.5m      5.5m     (91%)-48%
Lauda   0.4m      0.2m     (91%) -50%

                                                                                   

Rolling Annual       143.1m   148.6m    (96%)+4%

 

  • Ryanair operated over 33,000 scheduled flights (64,000 budgeted) in March incl. a number of rescue and medical flights on behalf of various EU Govts.
  • Due to widespread EU Govt flight bans and restrictions, Ryanair expects to carry minimal if any traffic during the months of April & May.

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