The low-cost airline Ryanair will not offer tickets for 1 or 10 euros for a long time due to increased fuel costs.
Ryanair is known for its tickets, priced almost symbolically at 1 or 10 euros. But now that’s over, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary said.
He estimates that the average price of a ticket with the airline will rise from around 40 to 50 dollars in the next few years.
“There’s no doubt that our really cheap promotional tickets at EUR 0.99 and even those at EUR 9.99 are something we won’t see for many years,” O’Leary noted.
He added that the fuel prices are pushing the ticket price up, but believes that the low-cost companies will become even more popular in the future as the tickets for the competitors will be even more expensive.
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