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Ryanair extends flight time to cut fuel burn
August 02, 2013
Irish budget carrier Ryanair has added about two minutes to its 1hr 10 min average sector length by decreasing speeds in a bid to cut fuel costs. Fuel represents 47% of Ryanair’s cost base, proportionally higher than most carriers due to its low-cost structure. By flying more slowly, within safety...
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