CEOs of Norwegian Air and Ryanair in public spat

Turbulent times: O’Leary has his own troubles, some of which he might attribute to Norwegian. — Bloomberg

DALLAS: Norwegian Air “is not long for this world,” says Michael O’Leary, the chief executive of Ryanair Holdings Plc, itself in turmoil thanks to a pilot-staffing pinch that’s killed travel plans for hundreds of thousands of customers.

“That’s just nonsense,” says Norwegian CEO Bjorn Kjos. Norwegian is under investor scrutiny given its large order of more than 200 aircraft, split roughly between Airbus SE and Boeing Co, to support a global growth spurt.

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