Ryanair subsidiary LaudaMotion is expected to widen its losses this year and further postpone profitability as a result of growing its network faster than originally planned. In September, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said the Vienna-based LCC would see a loss of around €50 million ($56 million) this year and become profitable in 2020. But now, he told ATW, LaudaMotion’s 2019 loss is likely to be “in the range between €70 to €75 million; less than €80 ...

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