Low-Cost Ryanair Adjusts Its Methods, A Bit

Credit: Keith Gaskell
Ryanair has an amazing growth record—in passenger numbers, fleet, network and profitability. But now, Europe's largest and the world's second-largest low-cost carrier (LCC) is slowing down: It is not taking any new aircraft this year, anticipates an increase in passengers of just 2% and expects to...

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