RYANAIR has toasted its pandemic recovery with a doubling of sales — on the back of higher fares and a travel revival.
The Dublin-based budget airline said total sales in the year to March 31 rose by 124 per cent to £9.4billion.
Ryanair flew 168.6million passengers, three-quarters more than the 97million it carried last year.
As a result, it swung to a pre-tax profit of £1.25 billion, compared to a loss of £308million the previous year.
The flyer, once famed for its 99p flights, has hiked fares…