Profits of Ryanair, the Dublin based budget airline, have dropped by 28% and, in order to increase profits, it has plans to widen the doors of its aircraft so that passengers can be herded into the cabin in twos.
That would help reduce the turnaround time at airports and reduce operating costs.
This has been reported in dailymail.co.uk of dated 31st of July 2012.
Michael O’Leary the boss of Ryanair is always bubbling with new ideas of cost-cutting to increase profits and like charging £1 to use the toilet or even offering standing tickets on flights.
He is now in touch with the state-owned Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China to put together a prototype with wider passenger doors.
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