At irish Ryanair has not the patience to wait one or two years at a stabilisation of the traffic, as several of the competitors have planned for.
Here will, instead, go more boldly to work, and increase people's incentive to take the airplane on vacation already this summer. And the best Quilt-Larsen-style happen with a good offer.
It tells Ryanair's adm. director, Michael O'leary, in an interview with the Exchange, as BT quote.
the Interview comes in the wake of that Ryanair have screwed them up for the pace after a quiet time of crisis. A total of 1000 flights have now resumed, which according to the BT corresponds to 40 percent of Ryanair's normal level of activity in July.
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this particular build-up makes it possible to push prices in the bottom, points out Michael O'Leary.
The good news for passengers is that it will result in lower fares. In July and august, we will be selling tickets at the lowest price ever, so we can get people out to fly again, he says to the stock Exchange.
There will, however, not gone into the details of exactly where the great fall in prices, the director has in mind.
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Ryanair announced back in may that they expected to lose 1.5 billion. the crowns in april, may and June). coronakrisen. At the same time, it was up to fire 3000 employees, but this scenario seems to have been averted on Wednesday.
According to The Guardian, went to the airline pilots here with a pay cut of 20 percent. Also Michael O'Leary is gone 50% down in wages up to march 2021.
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