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Ryanair finalises Boeing deal and eyes 100m passengers

Ryanair has finalised a firm order with Boeing for 175 new 737-800 aircraft in a deal worth $15.6 billion at current list prices, said a statement from the airline.

19th June, 2013
Ryanair 737s at Stansted.

Ryanair has finalised a firm order with Boeing for 175 new 737-800 aircraft in a deal that will allow it grow to more than 100 million passengers per annum by 2019, said a statement from the airline.

The deal will allow Ryanair to grow its fleet to more than 400 aircraft, serving more than 100 million passengers across Europe by the time all of the aircraft, which are worth $15.6 billion at current list prices, are delivered in...

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