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Ryanair Passengers Love Inflight Entertainment

Though they are incredibly cheap, Ryanair’s passengers love in-flight movies.  In fact, they’re willing to pay about US$8 for them.  Ryanair has been testing in-flight entertainment units on some of its flights, and it has seen an average of 30% of its passengers pay for the unit.  Ryanair’s average ticket is (off the top of my head) something like $50.  If 30 passengers pay $8 for the movie unit, it’s almost as if they sold 5 extra seats on every flight. Whoa.

Ryanair’s CEO also noted yesterday that if oil reached $75 a barrel, the airline would still be profitable.

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