Airbus may finally crack Ryanair as O’Leary touts order prospect 

Airbus may end up with a significant new customer as Ryanair looks to beef up a newly acquired airline unit that uses planes from the European manufacturer. 

Ryanair, which previously operated only Boeing aircraft, will expand the fleet at Austria’s LaudaMotion to as many as 50 A320s over four years.

The narrow-body model could eventually account for 20 per cent of the group’s overall roster, CEO Michael O’Leary said in an interview. That might amount to more than 100 jets. 

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