Airline tickets in Europe are getting more expensive

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Airline tickets in the summer months in Europe are likely to be more expensive this year as well, according to Ryanair, up to 10%, and the reason is the problems with "Boeing" and "Airbus" planes, reports BNR. The increase will come after a spike in the price of holiday flights since the pandemic last year, when high demand overwhelmed limited capacity on European airlines.

The chief executive of the Irish low-cost airline, Michael O'Leary, says Ryanair may still have to cut its flight schedules and that prices will be higher in part because of problems with the Airbus A320's Prat and Whitney engines. which forced some of them to be grounded by airlines including Wizzair and Lufthansa.

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