Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary shares urgent holiday warning as Britons flying abroad soars

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Many jet-setters are planning on taking international trips this summer for the first time in more than two years, since the start of the pandemic. Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary warned Ryanair passengers that prices may be higher this summer. He also gave a warning on delays.

He spoke to BBC’s Radio 4 about the changes.

“Prices will be up by, I think, in the first quarter, they’ll be down on pre-Covid up to June, for the September-quarter at the moment, based on about 50 percent of all bookings, we expect prices will be up high single-digit percent.

“It seems to us that there will be higher prices into that peak summer period because there’s so much demand for the beaches of Europe and those price rises going to continue.”

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