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The price is right, obviously for Europe’s cheapest airline. Ryanair has just signed an agreement with American Boeing worth almost 14 billion euros! It’s the single biggest aircraft purchase ever agreed by Ryanair. It’s also one of the biggest orders ever placed with Seattle-based manufacturer Boeing.

Ryanair new airplanes
Ryanair new airplanes

The order will be used to replace some existing aircraft in Ryanair’s fleet, but it means the carrier will be in a position to extend its footprint to even more corners of Europe and outside the region. The model Ryanair has chosen is Boeing 737-800, and it has a list price of 68.5 million euros.

Ryanair is on target to carry 80 million passengers in the year to the end of this month, and is in talks with as many as 60 airports about either adding services or flying to them for the first time. Ryanair has considered to fly London-New York for 100 euros one way earlier, and that can be a reality in the future. The planes will be delivered between 2015-2017. We at Distrita wish Ryanair good luck!

It is weekend, and we want to give you a good laughter, so please have a look at this funny Ryanair cheap flight funny parody below.

sickipediabot

“The camera adds 10 pounds.” Said the Ryanair check-in girl as she scanned my hand luggage.
STJDR


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I may have paid Ryanair £20 to book a reduced leg room seat. Seems I’m going to do the imposing loom over C1 after all. #kneesupmotherbrown
4thxjuly

The new Bond movie ‘From Russia with Love II ‘ ..Story line : M ‘ If 007 thinks he needs to go to Cyprus then I will book him Ryanair …’
nathanpdx

@ryanairnews why don’t you replace flight attendants with web cams in ceiling & bark at us through little speakers from the ground? #ryanair
ryanaircrewonly


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Hopes of cheap US fares dashed as Ryanair rules out long-haul flights: While the deal remains confidential, it… http://t.co/sFth7thxII
seoirsemac

@mcoichi to be fair I’ve probably had more delays with Aer Lingus over the years but when Ryanair go bad it’s very bad!

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