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Mr O'Leary described the agreement as 'great news' for his company and the airport. It comes less than two years after the airline pulled out, sparking a war of words with airport bosses.
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Chief executive Michael O'Leary spoke at a press conference at the airport, where he revealed the Dublin based airline will fly to 26 destinations from Manchester by summer 2012, bringing up to two million passengers a year.
We told of the low cost carrier's plans to bring new aircraft and a raft of extra sunshine routes to the region.
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Wearing a Manchester City shirt, he said he believed his airline would grow at the expense of the tour operators, describing the business model in the UK as 'dead'.
Ryanair will also base four aircraft at the site. Mr O'Leary said the multi million pound deal would create up to 2,000 jobs, ranging from pilots and cabin crew roles to handling agents and check in staff.
He added: "The tour operators are in decline, it's a fact. Manchester needs us and we believe the appetite is there. It's about catching the 1.5m people who go down the road to Liverpool or Leeds Bradford and encouraging them to fly from Manchester instead.
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