Ryanair intensifies saving in fuel after several force landings
Monday, 10 September 2012
Ryanair want to save more on fuel costs but it looks like it is the
factor behind the recent reported forced and emergency landings of
Ryanair planes, which was reported recently.
The Swedish tabloid newspaper, Aftonbladet, reports that within in a
short time, several of Ryanair aircraft suffered fuel shortages and had
to cancel their flights. Three planes were forced to emergency land on
the same day in July. The reason is said to be that the aircrafts
suffered from fuel shortages.
it is reported that the emergency landing that occurred on Friday in
Italy, was due to fuel shortages. This is not seen as a coincidence as
the reason is said to be that the pilots of Ryanair aircraft must fly
with just the amount of fuel for that journey as requires.
The company has entered into a strict fuel and money saving regime according to a document that the newspaper has a look at.
Although Ryanair is now being examined for the three emergency
landings, which occurred last summer, according to Aftonbladet, teh
question now emerges on the issue of safety.
Will the European authorities see a deadly plane crash, killing scores
of people before they start acting against such tight economic regime a
company this sensitive is implementing?
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