Ryanair Group chief executive Michael O'Leary said bookings for Europe's biggest budget airline have continued to strengthen and he expects summer fares to be between 7% and 9% higher than pre-pandemic levels.
Michael O'Leary told Reuters that "we've seen very strong bookings through May. We had 92% load factor in May". "We think that would rise to about 94% in June.
And July, August, and September look very strong with higher load factors and also higher fares," he said. "Fares will be up probably high single digits 7,8, 9% over summer 2019," he added.