Ryanair plans to buy 300 new aircraft
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary said the airline plans to buy as many as 300 additional aircraft and increase the number of passengers to 130 million a year.
Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary said the low-cost airline plans to buy as many as 300 additional aircraft and increase the number of passengers over the next ten years to 130 million a year from 70 million a year.
O’Leary was speaking in an interview with the *Financial Times*. The airline is in talks with Boeing, China’s Comac and Russia’s Irkut about buying aircraft at “cheap prices,” which it seeks to take delivery of between 2015...
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