The details were part of the no-frills airline’s announcement that it has agreed to purchase up to 200 of the new ‘game-changer’ jets from Boeing. The deal will be worth as much as £22bn as Ryanair plans a massive expansion into existing and new markets with an eye on keeping costs low. Mr O’Leary, chief executive of Europe’s largest budget airline, said the 737 Max aircraft contain new features that will trim its operating costs by around 20 per cent.Chris Kitching, Helen Nicholson (Daily Mail)