Ryanair is in talks with International Airlines Group and Aer Lingus about providing transfer connections for their long-haul services. The news was confirmed by Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O’Leary in an interview with Reuters. “What we see over the next five, 10 years is that we become a feeder for other long-haul airlines,” O’Leary said. “The advantage for them is they would get much cheaper short-haul feed than they would from anybody else, but what they have to get themselves mentally over is that they would have to take responsibility for missed connections.” Such a move makes a lot of

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