Press "Enter" to skip to content

Exclusive: Ryanair Ready for Long Wait for Boeing to Cut MAX Price, Says O’Leary

Amnon Free Press/Central Press Syndicate, USA. Read, Enjoy and Share the Latest US News Updates.

ROME—Ryanair is willing to wait years for Boeing to drop its prices before placing a big new plane order with the U.S. company, Chief Executive Michael O’Leary told Reuters, while he also downplayed the chance of a deal with rival Airbus. The Irish airline, one of Boeing’s biggest customers, said on Monday it had ended talks over a new order of 737 MAX 10 jets worth tens of billions of dollars after the budget carrier said the prices on offer were too high. “We’re not wasting any time on those MAX 10 discussions nor will we for a period of 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 years until we get to the next crisis,” O’Leary said in an interview. “We at Ryanair have always had the discipline to wait out the cycle.” Europe’s largest budget carrier is already the region’s largest MAX customer with 210 of the 197-seat MAX 8–200 on …

To continue reading this news article, follow the link to the news website.

For any inquiries, contact Amnon Free Press (Amnon Jobi Jakony) by writing to editor [at] amnonfreepress.com. Discover a world of hyper-local news below.

Other News:   Job Fair Seeking 5,000 Workers For LAX, SoFi Stadium Openings

Be First to Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *