Ryanair Eyes Up To 70% Of Normal Traffic, Plans Belfast City Return
Ryanair hopes to fly up to 70% of 2019 passenger numbers this summer if governments exempt from quarantine travelers who have received a COVID-19 test or vaccine. Speaking before a UK parliamentary committee, Ryanair group CEO Michael O’Leary said annual passenger numbers have fallen from about 150...
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