Ryanair puts the fun back into flying

Permalink | August 23rd, 2006

Ryanair security procedures

Back on Friday European budget airline Ryanair threatened to sue the British government over the cost of implementing the new security measures. The airline claims that under the law, it’s the government’s responsibility to shoulder the brunt of the financial strain the new requirements have placed on all of the airlines. Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary has also been outspoken in his desire to have the government restore normal operations saying, If they allow these restrictions to stay in place, then the government will have handed the extremists an enormous PR victory.

To further their cause, Ryanair has started two new campaigns, Let’s Beat Terrorism: Keep Britain Flying; and the highly effective, New Airport Security Procedures: Put Fun Back Into Flying, which depicts a crowd of naked people standing around their luggage (which Ryanair actually posted on their own website).

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