Revenue was flat at €964.4M.
Passenger numbers +6%.
The loss was "entirely due" to a 9% drop in average fares and the weaker pound, Ryanair said.
"We reacted quickly to last autumn's weakness with a range of lower fares, seat promotions, and recently increased advertising and marketing spending," the company said. "As a result, forward bookings in the fourth quarter and into FY15 are running significantly ahead of last year, albeit at weaker yields."
The airline affirmed its FY profit forecast at €500-520M. (PR)