Ryanair yesterday threatened to cancel or defer aircraft orders from Boeing if it fails to secure a fleet-renewal agreement before year end as the LCC announced an adjusted net profit of €250.5 million ($368.5 million) in the fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, a 29.4% increase from the €193.6 million earned in the year-ago period. Despite the improvement, CEO Michael O'Leary expressed frustration. "I regret to report that we have made little progress in our discussions with ...

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