Ryanair has had several travellers on its aircraft in the course of 2019.
Despite the vokseværket that the irish company could not increase its profit, since the cost of fuel and staff is increased.
It shows Ryanair's financial statements for the first half of the year, covering the months from april to september.
the Company's revenue has increased by 11 percent to 40.2 billion.
It happened, as the number of travelers has reached 86 million. It is nine million more than a year ago. In the course of the first half of Ryanair has opened 241 new routes.
Ryanair says that the company's revenue from the ticket prices have dived slightly over the last year.
The release of the weaker appetite for air travel in the Uk, where the issue of brexit has been consumers to hold back. In addition, joins Ryanair on the big competition in Germany and Austria.
in turn, revenues increased significantly from acquisitions, which, for example, pay to be first on board the aircraft or to sit together with friends or family.
Ryanaris profit was 8.6 billion in the first half of the year. It is large unchanged in relation to last year and is primarily due to the cost of the fuel is increased.
in Addition, Ryanair has a slightly larger expenditure for the pilots that have been a little more in salary.
at the same time, the proportion of pilots leaving the company, be lower than expected. It has also withdrawn the cost up.
Ryanair is like a number of other airlines - including Norwegian - struck by that which is grounding of the aircraft of type Boeing 737 MAX.
After two fatal accidents with the aircraft are all aircraft kept on the ground, while the authorities are examining the aircraft.
Ryanair should have received 58 new aircraft until the summer of 2020, but now expect only 20. The first is expected to come in march or april.
The irish company announced already in summer that the company had to cut the staff of employees of about 1500 because of the delays with the Boeing 737 MAX.
Ryanair reiterates in the financial statements its objective to reach 200 million passengers per annum in 2024. In the current financial year is expected 153 million guests.