Boeing Max crisis clouds airlines' 2020 vision
Ryanair is likely to receive barely half of the 58 planes it was expecting for the 2020 peak schedule, estimating that the reduction will wipe 5 million passengers from its full-year tally
The extended grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max plane has forced Ryanair to scale back growth plans for next summer, putting the airline industry on notice that the crisis is starting to affect longer-term plans.
With a return date for the Max still uncertain after two fatal crashes, Ryanair is likely to receive barely half of the 58 planes it was expecting for the 2020 peak schedule, the company said on Tuesday, estimating that the...
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