Michael O'Leary, CEO of Ryanair.

Aviation is back in the air after the pandemic, but social reality may risk spoiling the return of the summer and high tourist season. For Didier Lippi (CNE), the situation will be unbearable.


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aAfter a very complicated two years due to COVID-related travel restrictions, it appears that business is back on track for airlines. The general demand for this summer has already been confirmed and not the end of the year as initially envisaged by experts. Thus, for the summer season starting in April, Ryanair will resume its 2019 locations in Charleroi and Brussels (17 aircraft based in Belgium, read opposite) and announce “more than 560 paid jobs in aviation”. A qualification not shared by the CNE (the only one that has delegates elected from among the Belgian employees of the Irish company).


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