easyJet to slow growth, Ryanair to target major airports

Europe’s two largest LCCs, Ryanair and easyJet, have recently drawn attention to slowing growth in the European market. easyJet founder and largest shareholder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has urged the airline's management to rein-in expansion to match the environment, while Michael O’Leary has said Ryanair would now consider operating to major European airports - a major shift from its strategy of serving lower-cost secondary airports.

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