Volar es caro, ya vimos por qué. Entonces, ¿cómo es posible que las aerolíneas de bajo coste nos permitan viajar entre dos países de Europa por precios irrisorios? Un billete low cost puede costar menos de un tercio de lo que vale en una compañía tradicional, y aun así estas empresas obtienen grandes beneficios.
Ryanair, which is an airline who absolutely loves to stir up publicity by way of controversy, has another idea for airplanes: no seats. As if charging to use the restroom wasn't enough, Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary believes that seatbelts on planes are useless so therefore it's a waste to even have seats. Make people…
"Hotels around the world have it, so why wouldn't we?" is what Michael O'Leary, boss of budget European airline Ryanair, says about in-flight porn. Joining the mile high club might be about to get a lot quicker and easier.
200 passengers got the shock of their lives when their plane was forced to do a U-turn and head straight back to the airport after their pilot's window, which had been 'patched up' with duct tape, came loose.
Who knew the time would come when those cramped, awkward airplane bathrooms would be considered a luxury? Ryanair's latest 'nickel and dime' initiative has the airline removing all but one bathroom on their aircraft to make room for more sellable seats.
A low-cost airline wants flight attendants to fly airplanes in case of emergency. The reason: Having two pilots in the cockpit is too expensive. That's great, because I really can't wait to see Steven Slater landing a 747 at JFK.
After today's $1.40 airplane lavatory charge, the disco girl with the long legs and the lovely smile has sent us proof that Ryanair is going way too far in their demands to passengers.
Yes. The unthinkable has happened: European airline Ryanair is thinking about charging their passengers $1.40 to use their lavatories. Ryanair's CEO announced it in an interview with the BBC, and the company has confirmed it: