Ryanair to offer flights between Europe and US for $15

 
Ryanair to offer flights between Europe and US for $15
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A trip to New York for $15 probably sounds like a pretty tempting offer in most people's ears. And in the near future, that offer may be realized.

It is the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair's ambition to sell one-way tickets for £10 ($15) for a trip between a number of European cities and the US within five years. From 14 European cities you will be able to travel to 14 US cities.

What cities to be considered is not yet determined, but the Irish capital Dublin, London and Berlin could be among the European cities, while New York, Boston, Chicago and Miami, could be among the American cities, says Ryanair.

- European customers would like to travel to the United States for less money, and the same applies to US customers who wants to go to Europe, said a spokesman from Ryanair.

For the tempting offer to become a reality, it depends on whether Ryanair can get aircraft which are able to fly across the Atlantic. It may happen over the next four to five years, according to the spokesman.

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