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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Ryanair passengers are charged the biggest mark ups on airline snacks and drinks, a survey by the Sunday People has revealed. In the same week that BA scrapped free meals on short haul flights for economy class passengers, we found that rival Ryanair is asking 3.90 for a cheese sandwich and 2.60 for a bottle of water. A similar sandwich would cost 1.50 in the high street and the water 50p. Our survey also found that Ryanair charges 5.50 for a small bottle of wine that costs 1.84 in the high street and 3.90 for a 330ml can of lager that sells for 86p in supermarkets. We compared prices for a range of inflight snacks and drinks on Ryanair, BA , easyJet and Monarch . Read More Feeling peckish? A cheese sandwich will set you back 3.90 with Ryanair (Photo: Rex Features) A bottle of water costs 2.60 on Ryanair (Photo: Digital Vision) BA, easyJet and Monarch all charge 4.50 for wine, 4 for lager and 1.80 for water. A KitKat costs 1.73 at Ryanair, 1.40 at Monarch and 1.20 at easyJet. The chocolate bar sells for 74p in the high street. Most airlines have now scrapped free meals on all but business class and cheapest flights to orlando florida long haul flights.
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...as found by BBC Monitoring 16 January 2017 LinkedIn Image copyright Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Image caption The midwives want to prepare women who may go into labour en route to the hospital Expectant parents in a town in Sweden are being offered training on how to deliver a baby in a car after the local maternity ward was earmarked for closure. Two midwives at the hospital in Solleftea came up with the idea in order to help mums- and dads-to-be feel safer during the long journey to the nearest maternity unit, The Local reports . From February, that will be in either Ornskoldsvik or Sundsvall - both more than 100km (62 miles) away. Stina Naslund, who is leading the course, says that she knows many people are anxious about travelling such a long distance through rural areas, particularly in dark winter conditions. Ms Naslund tells The Local that she wants to prepare people for what could happen. "Car accidents, the car could break down, you maybe drive off the road. You have to be ready, and the worst could happen even if it is very, very uncommon," she says. The training will include what to do if the baby's arrival is imminent, The Local notes. The decision to cut the maternity services in Solleftea, which has a population of around 9,000 people, was part of a cost-cutting measure passed in October, Expressen reports . Mia Ahlberg, head of the Swedish Midwives Association, supports the training but says it's "tragic" that it is needed because health services are being closed in small communities.