Ryanair to keep expanding during crisis


Ryanair plans purchase of 300 new Boeing and Airbus aircraft

Ireland's low-cost airline Ryanair claims that it has not been affected by the economic crisis, Lietuvos Rytas writes, and so this is the best time to expand. According to CEO Michael O'Leary, Ryanair plans to buy around 300 new Boeing and Airbus aircraft by the end of the year. Rumours have being voiced that the German airline Lufthansa is interested in the Irish carrier and is considering the possibility of buying it.


Lietuvos Rytas, 2009-06-29

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