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The low cost: A new concept of social communism

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Getting on a Ryanair plane today is becoming something like riding a train in India. Every quarter of an hour someone passes through the aisles proclaiming their merchandise: Samosas or duty free shopping, chai or coffee, birianis or lottery tickets. You no longer know if the aisle of the plane has become a kind of Madrid trail or a Maghreb medina.

If you had planned to get on that plane that left at 7 in the morning because it was cheaper and hit you a good little nap until you reach the destination, forget it. Your great enemy, that guy grabbed by the microphone, is going to make your little nap bitter by proclaiming his merchandise, he will also tell you the meters above which you fly over land or which small towns you are flying over right now that you are trying for the umpteenth time to throw a head unsuccessfully .

They are low cost times. In London you have free wifi if you allow propaganda on your connections. With the airplanes the same thing happens: you can afford weekends without scratching your pocket and for 80 euros you go to Denmark even if it's just to hit a weekend shirt or to Dublin for 40 and spend the rest of your purchases.

Everything has a price and if one knows what is exposed and wants to pay the price for it: perfect. Who still gets on the plane thinking that it is a privileged why he can get on it to refrain.

I keep the first option: Low cost as mass equality. Long live social aviation communism!

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