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PRESS: Ryanair Board Approves Plans For Transatlantic Service - FT

Mon, 16th Mar 2015 13:23


LONDON (Alliance News) - The board of Ryanair Holdings PLC has approved plans to start offering a transatlantic service as part of the growth strategy for the low-cost carrier over the next five years, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

Ryanair has outlined proposals for transatlantic flights with tickets costing as little at GBP10, though some fares will be much higher, the FT said.

The carrier is studying plans to fly between around a dozen European and US cities on a service which could start up within four-to-five years if Ryanair can reach a deal to acquire long-haul aircraft from Airbus or Boeing.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/4822a29e-c995-11e4-b2ef-00144feab7de.html

By Sam Unsted; samunsted@alliancenews.com; @SamUAtAlliance

Copyright 2015 Alliance News Limited. All Rights Reserved.

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