Published on Friday, April 1, 2011

Ryanair to introduce child-free flights?


Ryanair announced today that it will introduce child-free flights from October.

The airline said the adult-only flights would be on selected high frequency flights. It refused to disclose more details.

The news has been met with some speculation from the industry and the media, particularly in light of the timing of the announcement.

Earlier this week, the airline also announced it would be charging a €2 per passenger fee to cover the costs of delays and cancellations outside of its control (see

earlier story)



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