Short haul airline industry will be slow to recover, Michael O’Leary says
Ryanair chief executive says rival airlines face a challenging future
The short haul airline industry will be slow to recover and will continue to experience reductions in capacity, Michael O’Leary has said.
“There is a meaningful shortage of capacity out across Europe short hauls for the next two or three summers . . . I think you're looking at a 20 per cent reduction in short haul capacity into summer 2022 and into summer 23”, Michael O’Leary, chief executive of Ryanair, said...
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