Thursday February 20, 2020

Ryanair continues to seek its inner Aer Lingus

The Ryanair culture appears to have come a long way from the days when people were herded onboard tightly packed 737s and were forced to grab whatever seat they could get - like it or lump it.

23rd December, 2013
Ryanair - finding its inner Aer Lingus.

The Ryanair culture appears to have come a long way from the days when people were herded onboard tightly packed 737s and were forced to grab whatever seat they could get - like it or lump it.

Back then chief executive Michael O’Leary revelled in throwing out controversial ideas such as selling tickets for standing room flights and charging to use the toilets.

But that’s all changed, apparently, after two profit warnings in...

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