EU Tariffs on U.S.-Made Jets May Affect Ryanair’s Max Order

Nov. 9, 2020, 7:14 PM

Ryanair Holdings Plc’s long-delayed Boeing Co. 737 Max deliveries face a new hurdle after the European Union opted to apply tariffs to U.S.-made aircraft.

The European bloc said Monday it would levy 15% tariffs on U.S. jets, alongside other goods including wheat, cheese, tobacco and spirits. Dublin-based Ryanair, the continent’s biggest discount carrier, has more than 135 Max 200 jets on order, and has previously said it intends to take delivery of as many as 30 next year, once the model is cleared to fly following its 2019 grounding.

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