Ryanair said that in the coming years, passengers will no longer be able to buy tickets at a special price of 1 to 10 euros, writes the BBC. Now the carrier has a lot of such offers. For example, you can get from Warsaw to Oslo for almost 9 euros, from Riga to Berlin — for 10 euros.
The reason for the rejection of cheap offers was the increase in fuel prices. It is expected that in five years the average ticket price will rise from 40 to 50 euros.
However, the company believes that, despite the increase in the cost of living, passengers will not reduce the number of trips, but will look for less expensive travel options.
Ryanair is the largest low cost airline in Europe based in Ireland. In 2019, the company saved passengers 310 million euros by reducing the average ticket price to 37 euros.
In addition to Ryanair, EasyJet and Wizz Air offer budget travel in Europe.