Ryanair considers oxygen charge

Ryanair's Michael O'Leary

Michael O’Leary considers passenger safety as a revenue opportunity

In an interview earlier Ryanair’s Michael O’Loony said today that

Ryanair was always looking for ways to constantly lower the cost of air travel and has considered that passengers may have to in future pay for the use of the plane’s oxygen masks in the event of an emergency

When asked what would happen if the passenger didn’t have any cash with them O’Loony replied
listen, I don’t think in the history of the world there had ever been anyone who wouldn’t pay at least a pound if it meant staying alive at 30,000 ft. We’re always finding new ways to lower the cost of flying by creating even more passenger discretionary spending opportunities

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