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Ryanair's Out to Make Another Buck by Using Planes as Billboards

July 22, 2013 at 8:01 AM | by | ()

Talking about what Ryanair charges for—and might charge for—gets kind of old, but their latest advertising initiative is a little more unique. They’re taking things outside of the cabin and away from the airport, as Ryanair is offering up the opportunity to slap your slogan, logo, or name right along the outside of one of their planes.

We’re not totally sold that this is going to happen, because after all this is the carrier that is constantly promising—or threatening—to add a pay-to-pee in-flight lavatory.

It appears that Ryanair would only offer up a piece of the plane for logos and advertisements, as they seem hesitant to allow a company to take over the whole darn paint scheme.

Winglets and spots along the front and back of the plane will be yours for the right price, but it sounds like the tail is going to be off limits. Things should start around €20,000 for a piece of the advertising action, and then will go north from there. However, if the price was right, we guess we wouldn’t be too surprised to see the whole plane repainted in something like a can of soda.

[Photo: Jaunted]

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