Ryanair won’t tell passengers in advance if they are to fly on a Boeing 737 Max

Once grounded planes are back in the air, O’Leary says Ryanair won’t know what plane passengers are on due to advance bookings

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
22nd December, 2019
Ryanair won’t tell passengers in advance if they are to fly on a Boeing 737 Max
Ryanair will not tell passengers if they are flying on a Boeing 737 Max. Picture: PA

Ryanair will not tell passengers if they are flying on a Boeing 737 Max jet once the planes are back in use, chief executive Michael O’Leary has said.

In an interview with aviation trade publication FlightGlobal, O’Leary was asked specifically if the airline would tell passengers ahead of time if their flight was on a 737 Max.

O’Leary answered: “The reality is . . . the answer is that you won’t . ....

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