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Long way down: Trust is key if airlines to bounce back, writes Pól Ó Conghaile

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Hard landing: Grounded Ryanair jets at Dublin Airport this week.
Photo: Steve Humphreys

Hard landing: Grounded Ryanair jets at Dublin Airport this week. Photo: Steve Humphreys

Stock photo: Ryanair

Stock photo: Ryanair

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Hard landing: Grounded Ryanair jets at Dublin Airport this week. Photo: Steve Humphreys

First, the good news. Flying does have a future and it involves the mother of all sales.

We saw it after the financial crisis, when Ryanair sold flights for as little as 99c.


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