Ryanair will not return to flying if middle seats must be empty, says chief

FINANCIAL TIMES 🔒| Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary warned the low-cost airline would not return to flying if governments insist planes leave their middle seats empty when travel restrictions are lifted following the coronavirus pandemic. The outspoken executive gave a bullish outlook for a recovery in air travel, laying out plans for the airline to resume 80 per cent of flights by September provided that flying in Europe could restart from early July.

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