Having grown from humble beginnings to become Europe’s biggest low-cost carrier (LCC), Ryanair has set its sights for 2019 on a new phase of development—transitioning its organizational structure to that of an overarching group to oversee the development of separate airlines focusing on different markets.  When setting out the plans in February, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said the new structure would be similar to that of the International Airlines Group ...

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