Ryanair cancels Dublin flights after fresh Boeing delays

The airline giant said it now expected to carry between 198 and 200 million passengers in 2024, which is down from its previous forecast of 205 million

Michael O’Leary: the Ryanair chief executive said he was ‘very disappointed’ by the latest delays from Boeing. Picture: Gareth Chaney

Ryanair has announced it will cancel flights this summer due to delays in aircraft deliveries from its key supplier Boeing.

The Dublin-based airline giant announced it will be forced to make “minor schedule changes” as it will only receive 40 of the 57 planned Boeing 737 MAX 8200 planes before the end of June.

Ryanair’s current summer schedule is based on the airline receiving a minimum of 50. The airline added that the delays from ...