Shares in Ryanair were suspended from trading on the stock exchange last night as forecast profits for the budget airline plummeted after the loss of is two greatest sources of profit. Chief Exec Michael O’Leary announced last night “We’re suing the Icelandic government, we’ve lost a f**ing fortune thanks to the wanton neglect of these bastards. Profit from the flights is neither here nor there to us, five quid cheese and pickle sandwiches is what it’s all about, charging an extra thirty notes because someone’s case is two centimetres too big” not Shares had originally picked up before traders realised that 30% of the company profits are derived from charging twenty pounds for the privilege of using a credit card to book a flight.
Volcanic cloud decimates Ryanair main revenue of baggage and sandwich profits
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