Ryanair will extend its holiday packages service to additional markets over the next few months.
Ryanair Holidays, which launched in December in Ireland, Germany and the UK, has had its teething problems as the carrier suspended the service in January after it discovered a technology provider was screen-scraping the site.
Ryanair also plans to boost its Ryanair Rooms service, which launched in October with two suppliers, Hotels.com and Hoteopia. This will rise to five by March.
Both initiatives are part of the budget carrier's strategy to improve the customer experience introduced in 2014.
The carrier says it will respond to an 8% dip in profits to Euro 95 million in Q3 2016 with lower fares and further enhancements to 'Always Getting Better', as the strategy is called.
Customers increased from 24.4 million to 28.8 million for the quarter compared with the same period in 2015.
One area targeted for development is the MyRyanair membership area of its website which the airline says will have 20 million customers by the end of the year.
All passengers now have to sign up to MyRyanair and the carrier says it will use it to create "exclusive benefits" for customers.
It also says the membership element will help it in its ongoing battle to prevent online travel agents and others from screen-scraping its inventory.