The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has announced its new airline connection from Denmark to the Croatian city of Zadar for its summer schedule in 2017.
According to the Irish air carrier the new flight from Zadar to Copenhagen will operate twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays from the 3rd of July to the 28th of August 2017. Previously Ryanair operated flights from Zadar to Denmark on the line Zadar to Billund in central Denmark, but the line was cancelled. With this new line Zadar will be connected with Copenhagen for the first time with a regular service. So far only charter flights have operated from Copenhagen to Zadar.
In addition, Michael O'Leary, the CEO of Ryanair, has announced that airline tickets for their flights could be free of charge by 2026. He substantiated his ambitious plan with figures and his calculation was quite clear. Ryanair would generate its income from increased financial offer that they recieve from airports from which their aircraft take off. ''I have this vision that in the next five to ten years, the air fares on Ryanair will be free, in which case the flights will be full, and we will be making money out of sharing the airport revenues, of all the people who will be running through the airports, and getting a share of the shopping and retail revenues’’, explained O’Leary.