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Cawley: O’Leary with Ryanair for the long haul

Fáilte Ireland boss dismisses speculation that the airline chief could leave at end of his contract

24th April, 2016
Michael Cawley

Ryanair board member and the airline’s former deputy chief executive, Michael Cawley, does not believe Michael O’Leary will leave Ryanair until the airline has reached 200 million annual passengers.

Earlier this month, it was reported that there was a 50-50 chance Michael O’Leary would retire as Ryanair chief executive in 2019 when his current five-year contract expires.

However, Cawley, now chairman of Fáilte Ireland, could not see O’Leary leaving for the...

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