569 million euros is today's daily digit in Europe - Ryanair's annual net profit to March. The forecast-beating results were boosted by strong growth in fares and a sharp rise in charges for items such as baggage and in-flight refreshments. Shares in Europe's largest budget airline jumped more than 6 percent on the news. But Ryanair remains modest about its expectations, warning that growth could slow sharply in the coming 12 months.
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