Tickets at 10 euros, it's over at Ryanair!  - Companies

Tickets at 10 euros, it’s over at Ryanair! – Companies

Ryanair’s trademark one-euro and 10-euro fares will disappear for “several years” due to soaring fuel prices, the boss of the low-cost airline has said.

In a BBC radio interview, Michael O’Leary says he expects the average Ryanair ticket price to rise by around €10 over the next five years, going from 40 euros last year to 50 euros in 2027.

Referring to the 0.99 euro and 9.99 euro tariffs, he added: “I don’t think you will see these tariffs for the next few years”.

Michael O’Leary, on the other hand, is convinced that the number of customers will remain stable. “We think people will continue to fly frequently.”

In a BBC radio interview, Michael O’Leary says he expects the average Ryanair ticket price to rise by around €10 over the next five years, from €40 last year to €50 in 2027. Referring to the 0.99 euro and 9.99 euro tariffs, he added: “I think you will not see these tariffs for the next few years”. Michael O’Leary, on the other hand, is convinced that the number of customers will remain stable. “We think people will continue to fly frequently.”

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