Despite the fact that around 700,000 passengers’ seats and around 20000 flights have been cancelled over the last few months, further 200 flights were cancelled because of the French Air Traffic strike, many pilots have left the airline and joined the rival company, last week the airline’s chief operations officer resigned, most of the holidaymakers still prefer to fly in Ryanair. Amazing truth!
Then the question is why? Yes. The answer is simple.
Putting in plainly, most of the holiday makers and mandatory travelers simply want to get to the destination they have planned as cheaply as possible.
Uncomfortable seats and minimal legroom may be some features that make passengers get disgusted. But after comparing prices with other flights holiday makers find Ryanair offers the cheapest option.
However, in an air travel market, the cheapest option will usually win as the customers could have enough money to spend even after an enjoyable holiday!
Ryanair is not only cheap but the largest airline in Europe. Ryanair has carried 112 million passengers in 2016 against the 144 million passengers of American.