Michael O'Leary says Britain will shortly walk off a cliff
Country is about to 'walk off a cliff' and ministers' 'lunatic optimism' is similar to that of incompetent geriatric television characters, airline chief executive says
Duties include 'general drudgery' and telling bedtime stories
Michael O'Leary also slams Government's negotiation strategy, says 'they haven't an idea what the hell they're doing' and tells Theresa May to stop 'faffing around' in India
The no-frills airline sees off a challenge from the Irish flag carrier
EasyJet, Ryanair and British Airways are muted in responses to the decision
Sterling hit a new six-year low against the euro on Monday.
Our Travel Correspondent discusses the airline's new rules and how they will affect travellers
Budget carriers Jet2 and Flybe lead the way in Britain
Cabinet ‘do not have a clue’ what Brexit will look like, and predictions of positive agreements are ‘arrogant nonsense’ as EU countries must be seen to be tough on Britain.
The airline must be applauded for dropping pointless snacks that the passenger doesn't appreciate: if BA loses its nuts it can drop its prices
The company is in a dogfight with low cost airlines on short haul routes. "Free" food is an inevitable casualty of that
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Footage shows the man leaping from the jet bridge and sprinting across the tarmac with his bags before being apprehended by airport staff
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Europe's biggest low-cost airline blames frugal parents for the move