Ryanair is considering an entry into further major European airports, but will have to be convinced they can handle the airline’s strict stipulations, CFO Neil Sorahan said Monday. The Ireland-based low-cost carrier (LCC) has for years specialized in using secondary—and frequently remote—European airfields to serve major cities. However, in the past 18 months it has increasingly been taking positions at primary airports such as Berlin Schönefeld and has been offered ...

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