What’s In Store For Europe’s Airlines Next Summer?

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Ryanair CEO is bullish about the airline’s prospects for the coming months.

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The summer of 2022 was a season of contrasts for European airlines. The good news: Demand was strong. On the other hand, disruption and delays meant demand was hard to meet—and, in some cases, impossible. Airlines are now looking ahead to the summer of 2023. Will the labor issues and staffing...

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