Ryanair Deputy CEO Michael Cawley told reporters yesterday that the LCC is talking with both Boeing and Airbus about placing an order for 300-400 aircraft within the next two years for delivery in 2012-17. It will sell older aircraft to clear some space but eventually is targeting 200 million passengers per year. It transported 57.7 million in 2008 and currently operates 181 737-800s. Cawley said there was no impediment to operating both Boeing and Airbus types; "We're large enough now to ...

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