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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