Ryanair wants to open a terminal at Paris-Vatry military airport
Michael O'LearyRyanair chief executive has a weird way to run Europe's largest low-cost airline. I can say he has a more aggressive style. He is always looking for opportunities and is the kind of man you kick out the door and enter the window.
More recently, he said he plans to open a terminal at the former Paris-Vatry military airport. It would be used especially for tourists who want to get to Disneyland very quickly. The airport is about 110 km from the outskirts of Paris and Disneyland, and the journey would take about an hour.
To begin with, only those in the UK might be lucky, but they must agree to travel by scale to Marseille, Porto or Stockholm. Direct courses could only be introduced if this action proves to be profitable.
Stelios Haji-Ioannou, founder of EasyJet, criticized the flight, saying it was "from nowhere to nowhere". I also find this idea slightly out of place, and Michael O'Leary probably doesn't know what to do to win another route. It remains to be seen if he will be able to carry out his plan to the end!