Having altered commercial aviation in Europe with its low-fare, no-frills service and brazen style, Ryanair appears prepared to make its mark on the newly opened skies over the Atlantic. CEO Michael O'Leary told reporters yesterday that €10 ($13.43) fares, plus taxes of course, may be part of the long-haul landscape once the EU-US open skies agreement takes effect next spring. "We've been approached by a number of airports in the US who are very keen to see us start a long-haul, ...

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