Ryanair has made a huge aircraft order for up to 300 new Boeing 737-Max-10 aircraft worth as much as $40bn.
It comprises a firm order for 150 jets and options for 150 more.
They are expected to be delivered from 2027 to 2033.
It is the largest order ever placed by an Irish company for US manufactured goods.
The Boeing 737 Max-10 jets have 228 seats.
Ryanair projects the aircraft fleet boost will take its annual passenger traffic to 300 million by 2034.
The new order will enable Ryanair to deliver sustained traffic and tourism growth at lower fares, Ryanair says.
Boeing President Dave Calhoun, said: “The Boeing-Ryanair partnership is one of the most productive in commercial aviation history.”
“This landmark deal will further strengthen our partnership. We are committed to delivering for Ryanair and helping Europe’s largest airline group achieve its goals.”
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