Ryanair to sell ads on exterior of aircrafts

Ryanair, the low-cost airline, is set to sell ads on the inner and outer wing tips as well as the front and rear fuselage of the 737-800 aircraft fleet.

Robin Kiely, Ryanair head of communications, said: “We’re now offering businesses the chance to reach millions of consumers through livery advertising on our fleet of 303 Boeing aircraft, ensuring their brand is featured on Europe’s largest – and cheapest – outdoor advertising medium.”

The adverts will run for 12 months for what Ryanair claims is ‘a fraction of a price of a newspaper advert’.

The Ryanair logo will continue to feature on the tail of the planes.

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