LONDON—Irish LCC Ryanair has posted a €20 million ($22.9 million) third-quarter net loss and announced plans to transition to a group structure, similar to that of International Airlines Group (IAG), with Michael O’Leary as group CEO. Ryanair is making the structural changes to become more cost and operationally efficient, as it prepares to receive over 200 Boeing 737 MAXs, while also growing Austrian LCC Laudamotion’s Airbus fleet. “Over the next 12 months ...

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