Flights could be free in ten years, airline CEO says

The airline wants to make money from sharing airport revenues. [Read More]

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#Ryanair could start offering its customers free flights in the very near future, the airline's CEO said at a conference in London Tuesday.
His comments come as the airline brings in record profits this year and sees tax cuts across the industry.
“The challenge for us in the future is to keep driving air fares down," he said.
Book today only & travel January & February with https://t.co/cgLkPqmZBx #CyberWeek pic.twitter.com/yBeqOUIwxt — #Ryanair (@#Ryanair) November 21, 2016Ryanair is comfortable offering generous deals, such as free tickets for a day, because it has received a number of appealing offers from European airports, according to O'Leary.
For example, a duty of up to £97 ($120) on children's tickets in the UK was abolished last year.

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Source: Mashable