The price of oil has doubled in recent years which has placed to the aviation sector and above all Low Cost Airlines in a desperate situation according to the Observatory of the cheap flights search engine vuelomania.com. Today most of the costs of the flights around the 30-35% – is due to fuels. Indeed the rise in the price of oil affects both the low cost airlines to traditional, there such airlines responsible for stick cries to heaven and have begun to warn of air tickets and the services offered, must inevitably, climb. Airlines such as Ryanair and Easyjet are facing this crisis without raising banknotes, giving up their gains for the benefit of the traveller as long not to lose more customers and cutting their benefits. From there Ryanair remains the first company on number of carried out flights of low cost, but with a quality of services in the majority of cases more than questionable. However both for low cost as conventional airlines, the situation will start to become untenable with the last barrel of oil price rises and travellers do not take to notice it. From the Ministry of public works says that Aena barraja the possibility of lower rates of airport, hence the crisis that took place with the air traffic controllers. It is intended to lower the wages of the drivers to be able to offset the drop in revenues in the airport rates up to 15% of current rates.