The end of an era at Ryanair. Almost. Nearly.
There's sad news for fans of both hokey consumer news sites and budget airline travel. It looks like Bitterwallet will be coming to an end. In two to three years time. Possibly longer, we're not sure. See, we feel we can't go on unless Sky Marshall Michael O'Leary is our wing-man, yet it seems his days as Chief Executive of Ryanair are numbered. It's quite a substantial number, but it's a number nevertheless.
O'Leary publicly has stated on an Irish radio station that "in two or three years' time, I expect to be gone out of Ryanair". Before he departs, he's rather keen to see Ryanair snap up the struggling Irish flag-carrier Aer Lingus, the airline he's attempted to buy twice before in the past three years. Buying Aer Lingus at a bargain price would give Ryanair access to transatlantic routes, potentially securing the budget airline's future expansion.
It'll be a sad day when O'Leary departs, but until then we hope for many more fruitful years slamming the Sky Marshall for taking the eyes out of his customers and gurning like a prize twat on national television.