Ryanair Promises Flights To America For Less Than £10

27/02/2014 12:26 GMT | Updated 27/02/2014 12:59 GMT
FILE - In this Jan.16, 2013 file photo, Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary meets the media to present new routes operating by Ryanair from Marseille, in Vitrolles , southern France. A lawyer for a group of Ryanair?s French pilots says Wednesday Oct. 2, 2013, a court on has fined the Irish airline 200,000 euros ($270,440) and ordered it to pay almost 8 million euros ($10.8 million) in damages and interest for breaking French labor law. (AP Photo/Claude Paris, File)

Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary has promised flights to the United States for under a tenner.

The outspoken CEO said the budget airline would offer 10 Euro flights to the United States and $10 flights from the US to Europe once it could get hold of the right aircraft.

However, passengers will not be surprised to hear they would need to pay add-ons for any extras - including food and luggage.


Speaking to the Irish Hotels Federation conference, O'Leary said: "Not every seat will be €10 of course, there will also need to be a very high number of business or premium seats.”

Ryanair would fly from 12 to 14 European cities to 12 to 14 US destinations, the Belfast Telegraph reported.

However, O'Leary conceded that the eye-catching offer was four or five years away as other airlines from the Gulf states are currently snapping up available planes.

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