“Not again”, the cry must go up from airline chiefs as Ryanair gives its regular shout that fares will be slashed. It seems a mandatory part of the cut-price airline’s quarterly profit statement, and equally regularly sends other airlines’ shares plummeting across international stock markets. The latest Ryanair promise, out with last week’s figures, is for a 5% fall over the summer and one of 9% across the months to end-March next year.
Source: Eye For Travel
Airline fares: the tail of the ancillary dog!