Ryanair courts Airbus after O’Leary’s rant at Boeing’s ‘headless chickens’
After public spat with its usual partner Boeing, the airline is looking further afield to expand its fleet to carry projected 165 million passengers this year
Ryanair will consider adding Airbus aircraft to its fleet later this year, its director of operations has told the Business Post.
The move would place further pressure on its usual supplier Boeing, which has been frequently criticised by Ryanair over recent months.
The low-cost airline has issued a tender for 50 leased aircraft to further support its growth with the planes likely to be a mix of Boeing and Airbus. Ryanair has typically only operated ...