Ryanair faces collapse after women no longer need to leave Ireland for an abortion


Ryanair will make the last of its flights from Dublin today that offers Irish women a shopping experience in England.

The airline are planning to set up a no frills abortion service in Ireland to make up for the shortfall in passenger numbers.

The procedures will be priced competitively, but there will be an extra charge for a cup of tea, a surgical gown, and any anaesthetic needed.

‘You’ll be able to check in to your bed online,’ said Ryanair CEO, Michael O’Leary.

‘If the beds are double booked, one of the women will have to have the baby,’ added O’Leary.