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Ryanair boss warns flight prices will rise for five years as he calls Brexit a ‘disaster’


“We want a high-wage high-skill economy. That means the aviation sector like all other sectors – as the HGV lorry driver sector has now done – must train people domestically.

“Airports across Europe have also had the same queues, so if it was just a Brexit issue, then that wouldn’t be the case.”

Ryanair has had fewer issues than other airlines over the last month with less disruption than BA and easyJet.

This could be because the airline did not sack staff during the pandemic but kept them employed on a lower wage.



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