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Mullingar girl Katie on Ryanair ad campaign!

Thursday, 16th January, 2014 5:17pm
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Mullingar girl Katie on Ryanair ad campaign!

Katie McCarthy

Mullingar girl Katie on Ryanair ad campaign!

Katie McCarthy

Aside from Michael O’Leary, there’s another familiar face on Ryanair’s “We’re Changing in 2014”, ad campaign!

Yes, Mullingar girl Katie McCarthy - a member of Ryanair’s cabin crew - is filmed welcoming passengers on board a Boeing airbus 737.

The Lynn Heights lady, sister to triple senior all Ireland handball champion, Robbie McCarthy, features alongside Michael as he promotes the airline’s new “friendly” approach, aimed at attracting families and business class flyers.

As well as launching over 20 new routes this summer, Ryanair are also offering a free second carry-on bag, as well as fully allocated seats from February.

- By Olga Aughey

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