Ryanair's Fees Can Get More Ridiculous, With Your Help
Bold and brash low cost carrier Ryanair are not the kind of airline to suffer too badly from negative publicity like the pay-to-pee idea; they just turn it all into another circus of media attention that keeps the name Ryanair on everybody's tongue.
Including ours. Because they've just launched a competition for passengers to suggest another even more ridiculous "discretionary charge" that Ryanair could add, and the most creative suggestion will win €1,000. While the contest doesn't close until the end of March, there have already been some pretty interesting suggestions:
Charging for toilet paper – with O’Leary’s face on it
Charging €2.50 to read the safety cards
Charging €1 to use oxygen masks
Charging €25 to use the emergency exit
Charging €50 for bikini clad Cabin Crew.
We're pretty keen to see not only how ridiculous the winning fee idea is, but also how long it takes before Ryanair implements it, too.
· Ryanair Launches "Discretionary Charge" Competition [Business Traveller]
· Ryanair's Pay-To-Pee Policy Might Not Be As Reviled As We Thought [Jaunted]
· Ryanair Coverage [Jaunted]
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