One of Europe’s biggest low-budget airlines has a new plan to offer in-flight gambling on their planes. RyanAir is said to be considering an online casino partner to provide the expertise and software to provide a variety of real-money games to their passengers. And, according to company sources, the move might even put an end to the need to charge people to fly!

They’ve never been a company to shy away from controversial ideas…or attention-seeking headlines. Their advertising is edgy at times, including the creation of a calendar featuring scantily clad flight attendants. The company is also well known for doing anything to generate more revenue, from charging fees for every checked bag, to requiring customers wanting to lodge a complaint to pay to call their customer service line. So the idea of generating revenue from passenger gaming doesn’t seem too unlikely.

Of course, for those who love gambling, it seems like an idea who’s time has come. In-flight movies and videogames may be nice, but wouldn’t it be great to enjoy a drink and some Roulette, while jetting off to Barcelona for the weekend? In the meantime, if you love online casino games, but can’t wait for your next flight on RyanAir, then jet on into our casino. To get started, just hit:

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Peter Alexander

With over ten years experience as an online writer and content specialist, Peter has written for a wide variety of clients and industries. At various points, he has helped define the online voice for clients such as Nintendo, Nike’s Jordan brand and Electronic Arts. For the last number of years, he has specialized in writing for the online gaming world, for clients such as Bodog and Silver Oak Casino.