Ryanair has updated its investors over the current uncertainty surrounding its Boeing 737 Max deliveries. In a show of confidence toward the Boeing 737 Max, Ryanair has re-issued its commitment to the aircraft stating that it expects it to return to service before the end of 2019. There is no word on when the aircraft will return to the skies. Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said: “Boeing is hoping that a certification package will be submitted to regulators by September with a return to service shortly thereafter. We believe it would be prudent to plan for that date to slip by
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