Ryanair's CEO has said that the airline expects to take delivery of 16 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft before the coming summer season, which is lower than the previous guidance of up to 24 that it gave in February.
Eight In April And Eight In May
Ryanair Group Chief Executive Michael O'Leary told an online news conference this week that Ryanair expects to receive eight of the MAX aircraft in April, another eight in May and none in June.
Planned Percentage Of Normal Summer Schedule
He said the airline is planning to fly 80% of its normal schedule in July, August and September, and has the ability to revise it upwards or downwards if necessary.
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