DUBLIN, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Ryanair expects to take
delivery of "somewhere close to 30" Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in
time for its peak summer season, Chief Financial Officer Neil
Sorahan said on Tuesday.
The EU Aviation Safety Agency said on Tuesday that the
grounded MAX airliner would receive final clearance to resume
flying in Europe next week.
It will take a number of weeks more for the MAX 200 model
ordered by Ryanair to be cleared to fly, Sorahan told an online
Airfinance Journal conference.
(Reporting by Conor Humphries; Editing by Edmund Blair)