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Discussion in 'Other Airlines | Europe' started by uggboy, Mar 16, 2015.
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Ryanair could be flying to 14 US cities within five years
There's more coverage:
Ryanair's board gives clearance for flights to the US
Ryanair could begin transatlantic flights to as many as 14 US cities in the next five years, under a business plan approved by the board of the airline today.
Dublin and London Stansted are likely to be among the European hubs through which the new flights will operate.
The airline has begun talks with aircraft manufacturers about long-haul aircraft, a spokesman said.
I guess that some people might like the extras offered by Ryanair in business class...
(warning, adult language at the link)
Ryanair changes course on plans for transatlantic flights
Go ahead for long haul travel with budget airline on standby
Ryanair dismisses transatlantic talk
What a load of poppycock!
It's Ryanair, I guess. So, will they now start to fly to the US or not, that's the $$$$ question. Cheers.
Rogue text message to blame for Ryanair's transatlantic gaffe
Ryanair has maintained an uncharacteristic stony silence and declined to say whether it has disciplined any staff or changed its internal processes after a major PR blunder this week that was sparked by a botched text message.
Radio silence presages a vigorous market strike by King Leprechaun. This recent silence and denial tells me they're working hard on it. Expect to be surprised soon.