Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair will lease extra capacity over the summer season to accommodate increasing passenger numbers before its new Boeing aircraft arrive in September. The Irish airline will bring in three Boeing 737-800s from flydubai, basing them at London Stansted Airport, two 737-400s from Air Explore of Slovakia, and two -400s from Ireland’s Air Contractors. All four -400s will be based at Dublin. The aircraft are needed for the peak summer season from June to September. ...

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