Ryanair’s O’Leary criticizes UK government for Flybe support

AeroTime Daily News | January 28, 2020
With Flybe almost collapsing for the second time in less than a year and the British Government stepping in to save the regional airline, the latter action by the authorities hit a nerve for some airline executives. Specifically, Michael O’Leary, the chief of Ryanair and Willie Walsh, the chief of British Airways’ parent company, International Airlines Group (IAG).
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