Dublin — Ryanair is worried that further delays in the return of Boeing’s 737 MAX to service could leave it without any of the jets next summer, forcing it to cut its growth plans further.

Ryanair earlier in July cut the number of 737 MAX jets it plans to fly next summer from 58 to 30, halving its growth rate for the year from 10-million to 5-million passengers.

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