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O'Leary scrambles to correct Ryanair wobble

Can the low-cost airline beat the competition on price alone or is the business model pushing the limit? Jon Ihle reports.

10th November, 2013

It's never a good sign when a competitor is eager to talk about your business. It invariably means your rival has spotted a weakness and wants everyone else to see it as well. Inviting the comparison would otherwise be too risky, which is why chief executives tend to deflect questions about other companies. Nobody wants a broken window in their own glass house.

So when Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller cast a stone in...

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