The world's largest low-cost airline will no longer sell cheap tickets

The world's largest low-cost airline will increase ticket prices
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Ticket prices will rise gradually.

Ryanair, the world's largest low-cost airline, is phasing out its cheap ticket policy. At the same time, tickets will become more expensive gradually. This was stated by the head of Ryanair Michael O'Leary , according to the Financial Times .

First, low-cost airline ticket prices will be raised from the current average level of 40 euros to 50-60 euros. Ryanair will raise the cost of flights gradually, a process that will take up to five years.

I find it absurd that every time I fly to London Stansted Airport, a train ride to central London is more expensive than a plane ticket,” O'Leary said.

O'Leary noted that high oil prices and higher environmental taxes are the main reason for the increase in ticket prices.

The publication notes that O'Leary's statement indicates a sharp change in the policy of the low-cost airline.

Ryanair is Europe's largest low-cost airline from Ireland headquartered in Dublin. Member of the European Low Cost Airline Association.

On April 25, 2022, Ryanair announced that the airline plans to resume flights from Ukraine this fall.

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