Ryanair 737-800. By Rob Finlayson Irish low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair (FR) has no interest in the forthcoming Boeing 737 MAX, preferring to pick up possible “end-of-line” bargains of the existing Boeing 737NG or Airbus A320 models. Speaking at last week’s FR’s half-year financial results conference in London (ATW Daily News, Nov. 5), FR CEO Michael O’Leary said it would be at least two to three years before the carrier would make its next aircraft ...

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