Ryanair carried 5.3 million passengers in June

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Dublin, Jul 2 (EFE) .- The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair reported this Friday that it transported 5.3 million passengers in June, compared to 400,000 who flew in the same month a year earlier, when restrictions by the covid pandemic were more stringent.

The Dublin-based airline said it operated more than 38,000 flights in the past month, while the occupancy index, which measures the percentage of seats occupied on each flight, stood at 72%.

The advance of vaccination against covid-19 and the lifting of some travel restrictions in the European Union (EU) has allowed Ryanair to progressively increase its user traffic in recent months.

In this sense, the airline highlighted today that last April it carried one million passengers, a figure that rose to 1.8 million in May and 5.3 million in June.

In that first quarter of its fiscal year, which ends every March 31, Ryanair’s air traffic reached 8.1 million users, with an occupancy rate of 73%.

(c) EFE Agency

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