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O’Leary: Ryanair’s website can be ‘Amazon of air travel’

Plan to generate a third of revenue from online add-on sales by 2020

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
13th November, 2016
Michael O’Leary: a third of Ryanair revenue could come from the airline’s website Picture: PA

Ryanair’s website can become the “Amazon of air travel”, according to its chief executive Michael O’Leary, who said he believes the company can generate almost a third of its revenue from it.

Ryanair said last week that ancillary services, such as seat booking, car hire and accommodation will account for 30 per cent of revenues by 2020.

It currently accounts for about 20 per cent of revenue.

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