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Michael O'Leary: Terror ‘cloud’ weighs on Europe’s airlines

Ryanair boss says carrier is battling lower fares following Brussels attack

19th April, 2016
O'Leary says industry is under pressure Pic: Getty

Ryanair is battling lower fares in the first months of its financial year, weighed down by French air-traffic controller strikes and by travellers’ concerns about a future terrorist incident following last month’s bombings in Brussels.

Chief executive Michael O’Leary said: "There is a kind of cloud hanging over our business.

"If there’s no more terrorist events in Europe between now and mid-summer,...

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