Turbulence ahead, for low-cost carrier Ryanair.
Passenger numbers next summer will be lower than it previously thought, it says...
Down to possible delays in deliveries of Boeing 737 Max planes.
The Irish firm had forecast 7% more travellers - that's been cut to three per cent.
The downgrade trims passenger numbers by 5 million to 157 million for the year to March 2021.
Boeing's top-selling jet has been grounded since March after 346 people died in crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia.
Ryanair expects it to return to service before the end of the year - and to take new deliveries in January and February.
But, it says, the exact date is uncertain.
And warns that underperforming Ryanair bases could also be cut - and jobs hit.