Ryanair is in no hurry to recommence negotiations and clinch a quick deal with Boeing for the MAX 10. For now, the Irish low-cost airline has no immediate need for the aircraft, so Ryanair is waiting when the timing is right to get a good price, Group CEO Michael O’Leary told AirInsight in an interview at the Airlines 4 Europe (A4E) Aviation Summit on March 31. Ryanair is in no hurry to get MAX 10 deal.
Attending the event was also Boeing’s Ihssane Mounir, Senior Vice President of Commercial Sales and Marketing and the ‘sales chief’ of the US airframer. Asked if he had been talking with him about the MAX 10, O’Leary said: “Not really. Boeing knows where we are. We are working very closely with them, taking aircraft deliveries: 65 this winter for the coming summer, 55 next winter. No, discussions on the MAX 10 haven’t restarted.”
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