How does Michael O’Leary feel about taking over Ryanair 20 years on?

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How does Michael O’Leary feel about taking over Ryanair 20 years on?
24th December 2014

When he first took over Ryanair it was a failing budget airline.

But 20 years on, the airline’s CEO Michael O’Leary said it has done more for European integration than the EU.

It’s now the biggest airline in Europe and its share price hit an all time high yesterday. 

it is twice as big as its nearest rival EasyJet and three times bigger than Lufthansa. 

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