Ryanair Warns of Flight Cuts During Summer Peak Travel Season on Boeing Delays

Ryanair Holdings Plc warned that it could be forced to pare back its schedule in the peak summer travel season amid fresh delivery delays of new jets from Boeing Co.

The Irish discount carrier may receive fewer than 40 737 Max jets before the end of June, Chief Executive Officer Michael O’Leary said. As recently as last month, Ryanair remained “reasonably confident” Boeing would deliver 50 new jets by summer, after a near-disaster in early January forced the US planemaker to slow output. The airline originally was due to take 57 Max jets between summer 2023 and 2024.

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