Everyone laugh at Ryanair's tumbling profits
Ryanair are going to have to reduce their flying schedules this winter after seeing profits dented and shares plunging by 14%. Of course, this is funny because chief exec Michael O'Leary is a professional gobshite and purveyor of flying human battery farms.
His company said that a weaker pound, increased competition and the economic problems around Europe were having a negative impact on fares and the amount of money they're able to squeeze out of passengers.
Of course, Michael O'Leary wants to cut costs and will start reducing their winter season capacity.
This comes on the back of Ryanair making an announcement that they will be raising charges for hold baggage. For some reason, they want to eradicate suitcases from flights, which will save them money, but inevitably cost you, more.