BBC News - Sam Gruet
Ryanair has cut its profit expectations for the year to the end of March, after some online travel agents stopped selling its flights.
The airline reduced fares to fill seats in December after it said sites including Booking.com, Kiwi and Kayak suddenly removed its flights.
Ryanair said it expected profits of up to €1.95bn (£1.7bn), down from its forecast of up to €2.05bn in November.
A sharp increase in the airline's fuel bill has also hit profits.
In the October to December quarter, its fuel costs jumped 35% to €1.2bn.