O'Leary urges Boeing to act quickly on Max delays

The Ryanair chief executive said he was concerned the airline would receive zero Boeing 737 Max planes by summer 2020

29th July, 2019
Ryanair reports Q1 profit drop. Pic: RollingNews.ie

His comments came after the budget airline reported pre-tax profits of €243 million for its first financial quarter to the end of June, a drop of 21 per cent from a year earlier.

The fall was due to a 6 per cent decline in average fares and a jump in costs caused mainly by a 24 per cent higher fuel bill and rising staff costs. But this was offset by a 27 per cent rise in...

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