Ryanair boss says reduction in travel ‘will be short-lived’

Michael O’Leary, the CEO of Ryanair, tells Sky News that he thinks the decline in travel because coronavirus fears ‘will be short-lived’.

He also stated that the Irish government “overreacted” by postponing the country’s Six Nations fixture against Italy.

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