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post #46 of 60
YES! now, finally a cheap way to get decent curry in NYC.
post #47 of 60
People forget that there is a difference in level of discomfort one wishes to tolerate on a two hour flight and a seven hour flight.
post #48 of 60
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
Peace of mind, safety, comfort, and customer service are all factors that keep me far, far away from Ryanair.

ok so ...... lets see ....... you pay 300 dollers for a flight and you get everything on the flight free, that makes sence... dont it.....

then you pay 1 tenth of the price and what you get it all free ..... well ok so if you got it free you would then see the price of low fairs going up and up to keep up with your own local airport tax!!!

as for peace of mind .... you need to explain

safety, Ryanair is one of the few airlines that have a clean no major accidents (by this i mean they have not killed any of the millions of passengers. its a legal law to follow the rules of safety given to all airlines, so what am i saying every airline in the world follows the same back bone of safety rules... only difference is aircraft type and location of equipment!!

also a note for you is ryanair has the youngest fleet of aircrafts in europe

as for customer service well the depends on the crew but as i said before you pay for what you get (that dose not mean you should not get a 10 out of 10 service but it dose mean if you get on expecting the world and you paid 20 dollers for it well come on is it going to happen)

now about me i work for ryanair in the head office in dublin as flight crew!!
i know how the company works and all i can say is in my opinion ryanair will change the skys in coming years nothing is effecting them like all them chartered airlines going on strikes and bust due to oil prices...... i think ryanair is giving people the chance to see the world in a rate you cant even begin to complain about,

so please dont be pissed off that you have to pay for a bag your still well under the price of any other airline

yours

nick williamson

nick_jw89@hotmail.co.uk
any other info i will be happy to talk
bye for now
post #49 of 60
^And it only took you and your company a year and a half to make this rebuttal!
post #50 of 60
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^And it only took you and your company a year and a half to make this rebuttal!

theyre in a different time zone stupid!
post #51 of 60
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Originally Posted by chorse123 View Post
Not really. They do this all the time. But the free tickets are only on the least desirable flights. Typically they leave Stansted at something like 5 or 6 in the morning. The catch is that it's not possible to come from London via public transportation that early in the morning. You have to either spend the night sleeping in the airport, at a hotel nearby, or live closer than London.

i spent the night in stansted because of a ryan air flight in july. it's honestly like a refugee camp. but yeah, it cost 10 pounds total from stansted to glasgow
post #52 of 60
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
^And it only took you and your company a year and a half to make this rebuttal!

I hope he's not the one writing the flight manuals.
post #53 of 60
Do they even have NY to GB service?
post #54 of 60
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theyre in a different time zone stupid!

Oops, my mistake! I also forgot that they had to send email by Mayflower...
post #55 of 60
I found this thread by accident, does anybody knows how did this ended up? or what is currently the lowest price for London - NY flights?
post #56 of 60
In typical Ryanair fashion it was announced and they made a huge to-do about it but they haven't started it yet.
post #57 of 60
Probably another trick to create some headlines, just as the "we want to charge you for using the toilet"-thing they had going, and "would you be interested in standing upright on a domestic flight?". Stupid company.
post #58 of 60
This was said a year or so ago. If it ever happens, the amount you end up paying will be significantly higher than $30. They'll probably charge you $50 to have a piss.
The company announced profits this week. I think I heard said that it will be the first year that it has paid dividends.
Avoid for anything but the shortest Euro routes.
post #59 of 60
...Anyway, their plan to introduce standing seats has been ruled out by the EU. It would mean a overhaul of the air safety regs. Bad week on the whole. They also had to pay Easyjet for naughty publicity.
post #60 of 60
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