Revealed: How low-cost airlines inflate the price of in-flight coffee by up to 4,000 per cent
If you're flying with a low-cost airline, you might want to think twice about getting a coffee on board.
Research has revealed that one airline charges £2.55 for a coffee - and that the same drink can be made at home for the equivalent of six pence per serving.
That represents a mark-up of over 4,000 per cent.
Kayak.co.uk looked at the prices for coffee on five low-cost airlines departing from the UK - Ryanair, easyJet, Thomas Cook, Flybe and Jet2 - and compared them with the cost of making the same beverage at home.
While some mark-ups can be expected, given that in-flight overheads and... read more
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