Ryanair’s O’Leary may launch E.U.-U.S. airline

Michael O’Leary, CEO of Dublin-based Ryanair Holdings Plc, may start a no-frills transatlantic airline once the U.S.-E.U. “open skies” agreement takes effect next March, according to Bloomberg News. Dublin-based Ryanair, which operates routes within Europe, plans to double its service by 2012, O’Leary noted. “By mid-2009, we will be carrying 70 million passengers at 23…

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