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Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary has been dampening hopes the carrier would achieve recent profit targets.
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary has been dampening hopes the carrier would achieve recent profit targets.
(PETER MORRISON For The Globe and Mail)

Have discount airlines hit maximum flying altitude?

Ryanair says it is abolishing the cheeky bugle clarion that rudely awakens slumbering passengers whenever a flight lands on schedule. But the decision to press the mute switch, and a plethora of promised customer service improvements, are not enough to silence mounting alarm over two profit warnings from Europe’s biggest air carrier in the space of two months.