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£10.00 all in flights from Ryanair

Scouser78 Avatar
9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
Protest against Gordon Brown's Air Passenger Duty increase and fly for £10 all in - Just pay the APD!

APD is Gordon Brown's tax on air passengers, which he is doubling from £5 to £10 per passenger from 1st Feb. He claims this is good for the environment. This claim is rubbish. At £10 on the average Ryanair fare of £28, ordinary passengers will be forced to pay over 35% in tax. The £1bn that "Greedy Gordon" collects will go straight into his deep pockets and do nothing for the environment.

There is no justification for doubling taxes on ordinary holidaymakers when the Stern Report confirms that aviation accounts for just 1.6% of global green house gas emissions. It's about time that Greedy Gordon tackled the real causes of climate change, namely power generation (26% CO2) and road transport (18% CO2). Stealing this £1bn from ordinary holiday makers is just another tax which will do nothing for the environment.

Free + taxes fees & charges

Booking Period: Tue 23rd Jan - Thurs 25th Jan
Travel Period: Fri 26th Jan - Sat 24th Mar
Applicable Days: Mon - Thurs & Sat (subject to availability)
Flight must be purchased: 7 days in advance
Blackout Period: 09th Feb '07 - 19th Feb '07 from UK only
16th Feb '07 - 27th Feb '07 from Ireland only
15th Mar '07 - 20th Mar '07 from Ireland only

All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer
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"Protest against Gordon Brown's Air Passenger Duty"...O'Leary is a comedian....

Thanks for the tip Scouser78 :thumbsup:
Has anyone actually managed to book an online flight at this price? I have tried and tried but it keeps coming up with the regular prices that have been around since December..
I called Ryanair this morning and the automated message gave me a number to call if I need some help, to call this number it will cost you £1.00 a minute. At this rate I might as well just order tickets at the regular prices and not bother calling.
I haven't booked but i found a return flight for just €20 all in per person.

However that didn't involve a uk airport (Trapani -> Pisa)

might be worth checking the airports on the previous free flights offer


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