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THE GUARDIAN Ryanair plans to offer flights between Europe and America by Sarah Butler March 16, 2015 EXCERPT Ryanair is planning to launch transatlantic flights, with claims that fares could start at just £10, as part of an ambitious five-year growth strategy. The Irish airline’s board has approved outline plans to fly between up to 14 European cities and the same number of US cities. Destinations will include New York, Boston, Chicago and Miami from London Stansted, Dublin and Berlin airports in Europe. The services could start in four or five years’ time if the company can secure a deal to buy long-haul aircraft. More recently, Oslo-based low-cost airline Norwegian Air Shuttle began a transatlantic service in 2013 with a one-way ticket from London’s Gatwick airport to New York starting at £389 return. Gatwick boss Stewart Wingate described Norwegian’s long-haul launch as a “game-changing event”. The transatlantic route is one of the most profitable in the world, but is dominated by long-established airlines, led by British Airways, American Airlines and Virgin Atlantic.