By Jonathan Davies
Ryanair shares rose to a new record high after it attracted one million extra passengers in December.
Shares were up more than 3% to $10.14 - the price has grown by 58% over the past year.
Ryanair said its passenger numbers were up 20% to 6.02 million in December. The budget airline said seat occupancy was 88% in the final month of 2014, compared with 81% last year.
It comes following huge strives made by Ryanair to improve customers service and its overall customer experience.
Kenny Jacobs, Ryanair’s chief marketing officer, said: "With our new routes, increased frequencies, improving customer experience and Business Plus service, Ryanair continues to deliver so much more than the lowest fares in every market we operate in.”
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