Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary is optimistic his carrier will strike a couple of short-haul feed agreements by next summer, although talks with Aer Lingus and Virgin Atlantic Airways have now ended. “Talks are continuing with a number of carriers, but others have come to an end. We are still speaking with Norwegian, a US carrier which doesn’t want to be named and TAP Portugal,” O’Leary said at a London press briefing on Dec. 1, in response to a question from ...

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