Ryanair’s shareholders have voted to approve the low cost carrier’s plan to order 100 737 MAXs, plus 100 options, valued at around $22 billion at list prices. The vote, which took place during an extraordinary general meeting in Dublin on Friday, cements the aircraft order, which will launch the high-capacity 737 MAX 200. The new variant is capable of carrying 200 passengers, but Ireland-based  Ryanair will take it in a 197-seat layout. Ryanair says the aircraft will reduce ...

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