Flights could be free in ten years, airline CEO says

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Ryanair could start offering its customers free flights in the very near future, the airline’s CEO said at a conference in London Tuesday.

The low-cost Irish carrier could offer journeys at zero cost to the customer in the next five to ten years, its often outspoken boss Michael O’Leary insisted. His comments come as the airline brings in record profits this year and sees tax cuts across the industry.

At the Airport Operators Association conference, O’Leary said Ryanair could make such generous offerings by drawing its profits from shared revenue (partially from shopping and retail services) at the airports it works with, The Guardian reportedRead more…

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Source: Mashable

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