Ryanair's low-cost airline will drop its policy cheap tickets

The world's largest low-cost airline Ryanair announced plans to abandon the policy of cheap tickets. It is reported that the process will take place gradually and will take about 5 years. 12 July 2022 0 1 min

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The Irish low-cost airline plans to increase the cost of flights gradually over five years. Ticket prices will rise from the current average level of €40 to €50-60. This decision was announced by the head of Ryanair Michael O'Leary in an interview with the Financial Times.

“I find it absurd that every time I fly to London Stansted Airport, a train ride to central London costs more than a plane ticket,” he explains.

The main reasons for the increase in prices are the rise in oil prices and environmental taxes.

Recall that in March of this year, the CEO of the low-cost airline, Michael O'Leary, promised that Ryanair would become “the first airline to return to Ukraine” after the end of hostilities, when it was safe.

According to unian.net

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