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Ryanair says aircraft problems could push summer fares up 10%

Airline may have to trim schedules as it awaits delayed delivery of new Boeing Max 737-8200s

Peak summer air fares in Europe are likely to rise again this year by up to 10%, according to Ryanair, as problems with aircraft at Boeing and Airbus leave customers scrambling for seats.

The increase would come on top of the sharp post-pandemic rise in holiday flight prices last year when pent-up demand met limited capacity in European airlines.

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