The questions Ryanair must address
Though there is a short-term impact on the bottom line, the bigger question is about the airline's reputation, writes Barry J Whyte
Ryanair has had its growing pains in the past, and Michael O'Leary knows that only too well.
Such pains, he said at the time, were always a result of “some other idiot ... out there splurging on capacity and there’s too much capacity growth in the system in Europe. That happened previously in Germany; it happened in the UK 10 or 12 years ago, so our earnings were affected for a year or so. But...
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