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COMMENT: Are the Chinese just a pawn in O'Leary's game?

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has once again taken an opportunity to big up China’s aircraft manufacturing capabilities.

29th November, 2011
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Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary has once again taken an opportunity to big up China’s aircraft manufacturing capabilities.

No doubt much to the chagrin of Boeing, O’Leary has on a number of recent occasions talked about the potential that Chinese aircraft manufacturer COMAC presents in terms of the airlines plans to expand its fleet.

In an interview with the *Wall Street Journal* today the Ryanair boss states that the arrival...

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