European carrier Ryanair said on Friday that delays to Boeing's 737 MAX deliveries would result in a reduction in its fiscal 2025 traffic, as it would have to cut about 10 aircraft lines of flying for the peak summer months.

Ryanair forecast fiscal 2025 traffic at under 200 million passengers, down from its 205 million target given earlier, as Boeing now expected to deliver only 40 of the 57 planned B737-MAX8200 aircraft that were due to be delivered to the airline by June end. (Reporting by Yadarisa Shabong in Bengaluru; Editing by Rashmi Aich)