VILNIUS - Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is locked in head-to-head competition with airlines in the Baltics as the trend toward special discounts and deals for fliers continues.Offering tickets that average just 44 euros per one-way flight, the airline is a force to be reckoned with and has attracted about 400,000 passengers in total this year."The big airlines have been robbing people blind for years," said Wilhelm Hamilton, spokesman for Ryanair."In the future, the only thing our passengers will have to pay for is taxes, and the rest of the flight will be free," Hamilton said...
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