Irish LCC Ryanair is making cuts to its European network of bases as a result of the growing impact of the Boeing 737 MAX grounding. In a Dec. 4 investor update, Ryanair Holdings said worsening delivery delays on its customized MAX 200 order means it must further revise its summer 2020 schedules. The airline plans to close bases at Stockholm Skavsta (Sweden) and Nuremberg (Germany) in summer 2020. “We also expect to cut summer capacity in a number of other existing bases, and we are ...

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