Ryanair’s CEO Eddie Wilson: Making Low-Cost Travel a Universal Commodity

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by Sara Del Sal

In an exclusive interview with inTrieste, Eddie Wilson, the CEO of Ryanair, delved into the airline’s latest venture: establishing a new base at the Trieste Airport. Amidst discussions of this strategic move, Wilson shared his profound affection for the picturesque region of Friuli Venezia Giulia. Reflecting on the broader landscape of aviation, he offered insights into the future trajectory of low-cost travel, hinting at innovative approaches that could reshape the industry in the years to come.

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Sara Del Sal
I define myself as an unconventional expat: I lived in Budapest for five years and I recently moved back to Trieste. Today I look at my homeland with different eyes, I love to (re)discover places of my childhood or to find new spots around the region. Living abroad and traveling around made me an open-minded and tolerant person and my studies in foreign languages and journalism gave me the right amount of creativity and curiosity to never stop exploring.


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