PARIS (Reuters) - Ryanair, Europe's biggest budget airline, could start selling low-cost trans-Atlantic flights if it secures enough twin-aisle aircraft and gains access to cities in both Europe and the United States, its chief executive said on Wednesday. Full story
PARIS (Reuters) - Orders at the Paris Airshow surpassed $100 billion on Wednesday, as planemakers Boeing and Airbus cashed in on demand for fuel-efficient jets and growth in both budget carriers and emerging markets. Full story
President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes Ray Conner and Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary share a light hearted moment as they pose during a signing ceremony at the 50th Paris Air Show, at the Le Bourget airport near Paris, June 19, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
Ryanair planes are seen parked at Girona airport, September 20, 2012. REUTERS/Albert Gea
A Ryanair advertisement depicting the Italian Chamber of Deputies and the message "Why do not you all go home? Or wherever you like.", is pictured on a laptop in Milan April 3, 2013. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT)
A model airplane rests on a table during an announcement of the commitment for Ryanair to purchase aircraft from Boeing, in New York March 19, 2013. Ryanair handed Boeing its largest European order on Tuesday with a provisional $16 billion deal to buy 175 passenger jets, boosting the struggling U.S.
Ray Conner, executive vice president of The Boeing Company and president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, speaks to the media during an announcement of the commitment for Ryanair to purchase aircraft from Boeing, in New York March 19, 2013. Ryanair handed Boeing its largest European order on