Europe’s leading budget hauler Ryanair has indicated that it may start providing cheap airfares on trans-Atlantic flights. The airline, however, said that this could happen only when it succeeds in securing sufficient twin-aisle aircrafts for the purpose. The airline further declared that it would able to execute its plan after it gains access to destinations in Europe and the United States as well.
Michael O’Leary, Chief Executive of Ryanair, said that this is certainly an exclusive prospect for the airline to make extensive efforts to commence flights services on trans-Atlantic routes. He further stated recently at the Paris Airshow, that when the flights on trans-Atlantic routes start, the cheap domestic fares should begin at $10.
If the Irish short-haul carrier Ryanair would finally move into the competitive trans-Atlantic market then it would be seen as embarking on similar lines of Laker Airways, which had eventually shut down after being insolvent in 1980.
O’Leary mentioned that long-haul business needs to be operated independently in order to succeed, and the management should remain focused on short-haul business separately to achieve success
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