Ryanair has made a record annual profit due to fare rises, which helped to offset a sharp rise in fuel costs.
The discount European airline's profit jumped by a quarter to 503 million euro in the year to March compared with a year earlier.
Revenue rose by nearly a fifth to 4.3 billion euro due to higher fares and greater partronage, while its fuel bill climbed by almost a third.
But because of the cost of fuel, chief executive Michael O'Leary says Ryanair's profit is likely to fall by up to a fifth over the coming year.
Ryanair is the biggest carrier in Europe and confines itself to short haul routes.