For Ryanair, the old adage that one man’s misfortune is another’s opportunity is ringing true. As Europe’s legacy airlines face stormy weather, low-cost carriers (LCCs) are faring better and Ryanair in particular is proving itself ready to pounce at the first sign of weakness from a competitor. Last month, as it released its financial results, the LCC said it was engaged in a fleet review with Boeing, was extending 10 of its planned lease returns in 2018-19 and would add ...


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