BRUSSELS—The uncertainty due to recent terrorist attacks across Europe, as well as the UK’s vote to exit the EU, are not thwarting Ryanair’s overall growth plans. The LCC will take delivery of 31 new Boeing 737-800s and open six new bases this winter, as scheduled. The Irish airline, Europe’s largest by passenger count, already added 21 new 737-800s to its fleet and opened six operating bases and 73 new routes in the first half of its fiscal year, when it grew ...

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