Ryanair plans to open two new bases in Bordeaux and Marseille as part of its summer 2019 schedule, basing two aircraft in each airport, representing a $200 million investment for each one, as it seeks to accelerate its growth in the French market.  The Dublin-based LCC said at the beginning of the year it was considering basing aircraft in France after it made a U-turn on its policy of not recognizing unions, opening up the possibility of French bases.  Ryanair CCO David ...

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