Irish LCC Ryanair posted a flat profit and said its growth would slow in summer 2020 because of ongoing delays to its first Boeing 737 MAX deliveries. Ryanair Holdings, the recently-created parent company of the Ryanair airline, Vienna-based Laudamotion, Poland-based Buzz and Malta Air, said Nov. 4 its net profit for the six months to Sept. 30 was flat at €1.15 billion ($1.3 billion) and repeated a warning that ongoing Boeing 737 MAX delivery delays could lead to base closures and job ...

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