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Ryanair expects Boeing MAX deal ‘will come our way eventually’


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO A Ryanair Boeing 737-880 aircraft takes off at the Palma de Mallorca airport, Spain on July 29, 2018. REUTERS/Paul Hanna

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ryanair expects a large deal with Boeing (NYSE:) on an order for the 737 MAX 10 “will come our way eventually” as cancellations put pressure on the U.S. planemaker, but the airline is in no hurry, a senior executive said on Tuesday.

Eddie Wilson, Chief Executive of Ryanair DAC stated that they believe the deal will be made. He cited the numerous cancelled orders Boeing has had to endure.

Wilson, chief executive of Ryanair DAC (the largest carrier in Ryanair Group), said that they are not in a rush to make a deal. This was weeks after Ryanair DAC abruptly ended negotiations earlier in this month due to a rise in prices.

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