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Offline ashworth

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Re: ryanair plane siezed over fraudulent business practices
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2018, 06:33:30 am »
Airlines could pay you to fly
Airlines struggling to balance the books while wrestling with how much they should charge for baggage, priority check in and other such extras might soon stop charging passengers and instead pay them to come on board.

The idea was mooted by Icelandic low-cost carrier Wow and is based on the premise that airline revenue from additional services, like car hire and hotels, could eventually become more valuable than the fare an airline charges for seats. Passengers who are likely to share their experiences of an airline on social media could be the first to benefit.

Wow’s founder Skuli Mogensen told Telegraph Travel that it was looking at rewarding customers who it has built up a "special relationship" with and who want to make the airline an "integral" part of their travel plans.

Wow was earlier this month bought out by its national rival Icelandair, which might scupper the above plans somewhat, but there’s no denying the challenge to airlines in how they handle ancillary pricing.

Offline vivafuerte

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Re: ryanair plane siezed over fraudulent business practices
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2018, 12:59:16 pm »
I do find your posts amusing, do you actually think you can get things from a company for nothing ?

how long do you think the company will survive if they are just giving away their services etc ?

this is not the socialist dream where everything is free and nobody has to pay for anything, its the real world where socialism doesnt work. much like its supporters