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Ryanair continues to beat the January blues!

We are offering 250,000 flights for 2 ALL INCLUSIVE for travel in January across 17 COUNTRIES. Available only on Thursday 6th & Friday 7th.

Flying from:
BIRMINGHAM
BOURNMOUTH
BRISTOL
DERRY
DURHAM
EAST MIDLANDS
GLASGOW
LEEDS
LIVERPOOL
LUTON
STANSTED
MANCHESTER
NEWQUAY

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Travel period 7 January to 31 January
Days of travel Monday (post 12pm) to Thursday (pre 12pm) and Saturday (post 12pm)
Subject to availability
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#1
hmmmm...
#2
I took 2 return Ryanair flights from Belfast to Stansted which were free and it ended up costing me £88. They charge for everything (£2 per transaction and they count each flight so the charge was £8) plus airport taxes.

Also since I flew into stanstead and the return train into London for both iof us was £51 meaning that all in it was actually more expensive than Easyjet or FlyBe to Heathrow/Gatwick plus took longer and we had to get up earlier.

Plus you MUST be checked in 40 mins before or you don't get on the flight and their checkin staff are fairly useless (and a bit rude) so you need to be in the airport earlier.

All in, unless it was significantly cheaper I'd use someone else. (And Michael O'Leary is a nasty devious git too. Charging disabled people extra etc)

I could go on but I'll not ;)
#3
i went in for the £1 flights (deal posted last week) if you get the right destination and days, and don't buy any of the extras then you get it for the price.

i booked flights for 2 people goin to stockholm and the total (including taxes and everything) came to £4!

it's only for a couple of nights as we didn't pay for any luggage to check in so we can only take hand luggage.
#4
Ryanair are a bit like Ikea, you go in because you've seen something for £4 and come out wondering how you spent a hundred quid.

The thing about needing to check in 40 mins before flight is a red herring though - most airlines insist on that now because the security queues can take so long...
#5
gobofraggle
Ryanair are a bit like Ikea, you go in because you've seen something for £4 and come out wondering how you spent a hundred quid.

The thing about needing to check in 40 mins before flight is a red herring though - most airlines insist on that now because the security queues can take so long...


When they started a new route from an airport where I know someone the head Ryanair honcho said (something along the lines of) that he hoped a group of blind disabled nuns would turn up slightly after the 40 minutes so they could be turned away and then everyone would realise that there were no exceptions.

A quick sniff round the internet shows 3 things - they're ok when everything goes right - they can be significantly cheaper under certain circumstances - if you want to complain don't bother, they don't care and don't feel they have to worry about their companys self image in their responses.
#6
you're right about them having a terrible attitude re. wheelchair users... They did lose the ruling about not providing free wheelchairs, but the fact that they fought the case and then made a big fuss of saying they'd add a 50p wheelchair levy to every ticket was ugly...

I'm more put off by the time pressure their flight crew operate under and the unstabilised approach incidents - e.g.: http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2007/02/06/211921/ryanair-approaches-probed-again.html
#7
Jonno
I took 2 return Ryanair flights from Belfast to Stansted which were free and it ended up costing me £88. They charge for everything (£2 per transaction and they count each flight so the charge was £8) plus airport taxes.


The offer is £2 All Inclusive.

ie. including all taxes.

Going Out
eg. Wed, 09 Jan 08 Flight FR3842
Depart 06:10 London Stansted (STN)
Arrive 09:20 Barcelona Reus (REU)

Coming Back
Wed, 23 Jan 08 Flight FR3843
Depart 09:45 Barcelona Reus (REU)
Arrive 11:00 London Stansted (STN)

Total cost including taxes £4.

Pay by visa electron, and that's all you'll pay.
#8
I just tried to book one from Bournemouth to Alicante and it was charging me 1p per person and then added £18 tax per person which ended up being over £72 for 2 people return. Its still a good price but not £2.
#9
Ive been trying for routes to various places, travelling on dates mentioned from Leeds/Newcastle/Liverpool/Manchester, no luck either!
#10
on a lighter note, did anyone notice the Ryanair Girls calendar - lol! £5 ... wonder if iot was really their girls?
#11
Don't forget to factor in your onwards travel costs which will be substantial if flying with Ryanair as they never fly to any of the main airports. Barcelona in fact, they don't fly to Barcelona airport at all, its a regional one about 100km away!

Easyjet:

Wednesday 09 January London Stansted to Barcelona
flight 3031; dep. Wed 09 Jan 07:30
arr. Wed 09 Jan 10:50
£17.99
per person (incl. taxes and charges)

Wednesday 23 January Barcelona to London Stansted
flight 3036; dep. Wed 23 Jan 21:10
arr. Wed 23 Jan 22:30
£7.99
per person
(incl. taxes and charges)

Cheap as chips and straight into the main city airport. I know who i'd go with.

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