DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ryanair’s first Boeing (NYSE 🙂 737 MAX jet was heading to Dublin from the US aircraft maker’s base in Seattle on Wednesday, flight-tracking website Flightradar24 showed.
A 737 Max aircraft with the tail number EI-HEN and registered with Ryanair was about three hours from Dublin over Greenland, the website showed.
Ryanair did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Ryanair, the MAX’s largest European customer, with 210 firm orders for the 197-seat MAX200 model, was initially due to receive its first MAX two years ago before the plane was on the ground for 20 months after two fatal accidents.
Since then, the Irish carrier has announced repeated delays, reducing its planned deliveries on time for use in the summer of 2021 from 40 to 16, possibly to zero.
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