Tuesday, July 31, 2012

How to save time and money, according to Ryanair: Build a plane with wider doors so passengers can be herded on more quickly

Ultra cost-cutter Ryanair wants to widen its doors in yet another scheme to make themselves cash. 

The Dublin-based airline says allowing people to get on or off in twos could boost their profits as it would speed-up their turnaround at airports.

Ryanair's outspoken boss Michael O'Leary is famous for his cost-cutting ideas, including charging £1 to use the toilet or even offering standing tickets on flights.

Now Mr O'Leary is in talks with a Chinese company to help him herd passengers on and off in record times.

The state-owned Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China is already considering putting a prototype together for them.

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