Ryanair has lowered its MAX orders for 2020 with the decision being taken because of delays to the aircraft’s return to the skies. Ryanair has again revised its 2020 schedule based on receiving just 10 MAX aircraft rather than the 20 as previously planned. As a result, expected traffic growth for its full–year 2021 is cut from 157 million guests to 156 million. This shortfall in MAX aircraft deliveries will necessitate the closure of two more bases in 2020; Nuremberg and Stockholm Skavsta. Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson said: “We regret these two further base closures and minor capacity cuts
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