Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Ryanair CEO Calls Boeing 787 Problems 'Regulatory Crap'


Mr. Michael O'Leary is my poster CEO this week!




Date Line: 12/28/2012 My Link on the old O'Leary Blog


"Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary on Thursday, speaking about a plan to swoop in on jet orders he believes other carriers will drop, again voiced a negative opinion of the Boeing CO.’s 737 MAX.

Listen and Watch Then read below:

I take everything I said badly about Ryan Air and Mr. Michael O'Leary "BACK", after this interview!  Too much fun to keep this guy down!

My Blog Quote:  Not long ago, it was reported by the head cheese from Ryan Air, that the 737 Max is Rubbish. That CEO is still employed having Ryan Air under his careful guidance.  Why the name calling and hate mongering for Boeing's new product? I hope to answer that question after we examine a "brief" on the 737 Max. First here is an excerpt from March 29, 2012 news clippings.

This interview is a hoot. And really tells what happening in Western Europe. Let alone with Ryan Air's 175 Next Generation 737. Airbus will have its hand full with the Max coming online in the next three years.

O'Leary wants seats, the Rubin remark is a fire for effect attention getter. Attention he got with the 175 ordered NGs.

Further Blog Insert from WSJ:

WBJ site report from the Rubbish pile: Citation below by Daniel McCoy of WBJ

"Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary on Thursday, speaking about a plan to swoop in on jet orders he believes other carriers will drop, again voiced a negative opinion of the Boeing Co.’s 737 MAX.

Although he said Airbus’ A320neo “does credibly deliver” on its promised fuel savings, the 737 Max “as a product, is rubbish,” according to a report from Bloomberg.
This isn't the first time O’Leary has voiced his opinion on the 737 MAX, Boeing’s new engine variant of the 737.

In January, he said he was “unimpressed” with the aircraft and expected that weight issues would offset the fuel savings Boeing says the plane will offer.

The leader of European low-fare carrier also said he is interested in a jetliner that he’s hoping will be developed by China."