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Ryanair

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Ryanair draws criticism like honey draws flies. Sometimes it seems no-one likes Europe's biggest airline -- except for the millions who choose to buy its tickets. The Washington Post reports that a decision to play nice, or at least nicer than its original hard-bitten policies, is part of growth all round at the prosperous Irish-based carrier. Here's how the Post sees it:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/ryanair-posts-record-2016-profit-sees-lower-summer-fares/2016/05/23/779dcf16-20de-11e6-b944-52f7b1793dae_story.html

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