Ryanair and the European Commission are trying to mend their fractured relationship and said they have agreed to a series of discussions on "air traffic in Europe, the development of the aviation sector in the internal market and the role of regional airports." Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary and EC VP-Transport Antonio Tajani met recently in Brussels and agreed to conduct more detailed meetings starting next month (ATWOnline, Feb. 23). Separately, Ryanair confirmed it will add an eighth 737-800 ...

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