It seems that Ryanair's affordable flight costs may grow even more affordable, following an excellent year of profits for the Michael O'Leary's low budget airline.
According to the Irish Independent, profits after tax at Ryanair grew by a massive 55% in the three months prior to June 30, 2017 - following a very well-timed Easter and increased traffic growth.
Revenue at the airline was a huge €1.9 billion in the aforementioned three month period, up 13% on the same period in 2016.
Due to this, it's being reported that fares may be reduced by as much as 8% during the remainder of 2017, a spokesperson for Ryanair said this morning on Newstalk.
And with average fares during Quarter 1 rising by 1% to just over €40 - this is set to be very good news for the customer indeed.