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Ryanair flights £1.00 including all taxes and fees

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
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Booking Period: Wed 27th Aug 08 - Sun 31st Aug 08
Travel Period: Mon 15th Sep 08 - Fri 31st Oct 08
Applicable Days: Mon - Thurs & Sat (subject to availability)
Blackout Period: 24th Oct '08 - 03rd Nov '08 to/from UK/Ireland
Notes on this fare: All Holidays, School Breaks and Major Sporting Events are excluded from this offer
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#1
how can you vote cold? a quid each way? bargain!!!
#2
I hate this airline (only second to BMIbaby), but cant argue with the price so voting hot. Just make sure you know which airport EXACTLY the plane will land at. Ryanair often use secondary airports a far way away from the actual advertised destination.
CZ
#3
£24 per Bag.
#4
czechoslovakia;2834979
I hate this airline (only second to BMIbaby), but cant argue with the price so voting hot. Just make sure you know which airport EXACTLY the plane will land at. Ryanair often use secondary airports a far way away from the actual advertised destination.
CZ

Well thats why you look at the airport code (eg: Dublin is DUB, East midlands is EMA, Birmingham is BHX, Belfast City is BHD)
#5
remember, cabin pressure is not included in the price
#6
robbodobbo
remember, cabin pressure is not included in the price

:-D Nor is emergency oxygen
#7
I flew Ryanair once. Never again....

We were coming in to Stansted Airport from Glasgow & my wife who normally hates landings said to me... 'That was a smooth landing' as we could see the runway out the window so I said to her 'We haven't touched down yet' & with that, the plane touched down & immediately the brakes were hit & the plane leaned over with the left wing just missing the ground.

Apparently, the pilot did not know which exit to take off the runway.

I have flown loads of time since but not Ryanair
#8
Champions league draw to be made 2moro!!!!

I wonder how many £1 flights we will be able to find by 5:31pm
#9
Nothing special !! Ryanair do these type of 1 Euro Deals every fortnight!!!
#10
Well I, for one , am grateful to the OP for posting this. 4 returns to Dublin for a day out in October, all for £8. Can't really go wrong with that price.

Thanks,
Kevin.
banned#11
Fares include taxes, fees & charges.

Are you sure it includes charges? That is: credit card charges, hold baggage charges, check-in charges.
#12
They charge you 8 pounds for using a debit /credit card when paying for the flights.. its bloody extortion.
#13
RYANAIR is BULLiSHIt!!!
#14
I rang to complain about the £8 credit card charge and was told if I don't want to fly don't turn up.. but you won't get a refund as Ryanair don't do refunds
#15
Go for the USA flights instead!
banned#16
I think Ryanair are brilliant :).

I don't know why people moan about payment surcharges when you're getting the flight dirt cheap in the first place, by all means show me another airliner that comes close to what Ryanair offer on a regular basis.. every week near enough.

I've flown to / fro Spain a fair few times in the past year and have never paid more than £30 each way, flights always on time... I can't fault them.
#17
Londonmiah
They charge you 8 pounds for using a debit /credit card when paying for the flights.. its bloody extortion.


Do what I did, pay with a VISA Electron card. No fees if you pay with that.

So, for 4 adults return to Dublin, with online check-in, no bags, no insurance and VISA Electron payment, £8 total bill.

It will cost Ryanair more than that in fuel to taxi to the runway !
#18
[quote=beelzebub;2835717]I think Ryanair are brilliant :).

I don't know why people moan about payment surcharges

People Moan because these charges are not clear until you have waded through all the Bull**** to find flights then asked for 32 quid extra for four of us. No wonder they get a bad name. Why do this?, the flights are cheap, why not have more realistic pricing instead of sneaky charges:whistling: sorry rant over.
banned#19
philproc
People Moan because these charges are not clear until you have waded through all the Bull**** to find flights then asked for 32 quid extra for four of us. No wonder they get a bad name. Why do this?, the flights are cheap, why not have more realistic pricing instead of sneaky charges:whistling: sorry rant over.


Everyone uses deceitful tactics.. they're in it to make money at the end of the day. Granted Ryanair don't make their website overly clear and from time to time modify their website to catch you out but honestly does it really matter when you know there are real bargains to be had if you actually bother to look properly.

Without fail every thread like this will attract comments from people who don't have a clue how to get cheap flights and just assume it's a scam of some sort. They don't bother reading the small print and / or conditions - they expect Ryanair to make it overly simple to book extremely cheap flights without any effort and without surcharges of any kind.... that's just not realistic.

Rant over :w00t:.

On that note I read up on some of Easyjet's promotions and they're sewn up so tight... deceitful for sure.
#20
i had a look for 2 adults and 1 baby [infant under 2 yrs] and the charge for the baby who is 5 moths old is £16!!!
#21
KevinM
Do what I did, pay with a VISA Electron card. No fees if you pay with that.

So, for 4 adults return to Dublin, with online check-in, no bags, no insurance and VISA Electron payment, £8 total bill.

It will cost Ryanair more than that in fuel to taxi to the runway !


and if you don't have a visa electron card have a look here:-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/219767/avoid-ryanair-card-fees-with-a-barc/
#22
and includes free 24000ft plunge too? better than alton towers?:? kidding...
#23
golo83
and includes free 24000ft plunge too? better than alton towers?:? kidding...


haha.. ;-)
#24
They charge for so many extras when you are on board I heard recently that the oxygen masks where £5 each!
#25
jurassic
I flew Ryanair once. Never again....

We were coming in to Stansted Airport from Glasgow & my wife who normally hates landings said to me... 'That was a smooth landing' as we could see the runway out the window so I said to her 'We haven't touched down yet' & with that, the plane touched down & immediately the brakes were hit & the plane leaned over with the left wing just missing the ground.

Apparently, the pilot did not know which exit to take off the runway.

I have flown loads of time since but not Ryanair

I was once travelling and before takeoff, the pilot stopped at the local BP filled up the plane and then headed for take off!!

But voted hot for price
banned#26
Apparently this BA pilot didn't get the memo, you're meant to initiate the dive above 24,000 ft not below.

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00420/HEATHROW3_682_420816a.jpg
#27
beawolf44;2836830
I was once travelling and before takeoff, the pilot stopped at the local BP filled up the plane and then headed for take off!!

The local BP?

If anyone has questions about Ryanair, see if they are answered here:- http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/222085/flying-with-ryan-the-guide-to-booki/
#28
It was obvious Ryanair was going to make this offer after all the sensationalist and irrational publicity regarding the recent cabin pressure incident.

good deal, I have an electron and i only take hand luggage. Book yourself a nice trip to Europe then go to Expedia and book a £150 return to new york. What was that credit crunch thing again?
#29
jurassic;2835327
We were coming in to Stansted Airport from Glasgow & my wife who normally hates landings said to me... 'That was a smooth landing' as we could see the runway out the window so I said to her 'We haven't touched down yet' & with that, the plane touched down & immediately the brakes were hit & the plane leaned over with the left wing just missing the ground.
Apparently, the pilot did not know which exit to take off the runway.

If there was a crosswind or heavy wind buffeting the aircraft on immedaite touchdown, then the aircraft may well jeer to one side. The captain would have known what to do and would have initiated a go around had the winds been unsafe to land in.

Brakes tend be applied on landing. Autobrake can range in hardness from 1 to 4, controlled in the cockpit.
#30
Just went to book a trip to dublin, 2 adults and 2 children £8 ! Then after about 10 minutes on their painfully slow website found out £4 each way to book ! how can they justify a £32 booking fee for an £8 purchase!
#31
You could have found out the card charges quicker via my guide ;)
#32
Cheap flight but not recommended to nervous flyers. Ryanair pilots are shocking. Hardest landings and greatest drift angles guaranteed.
#33
anyone explain this one ?? :?

tried to book 2 x adults 2 x children & 1 x infant = cost

2 x adults £2 - 2 x children £2 & 1 x infant £16 !!

i thought under 2`s went on parents lap??
#34
hawick
anyone explain this one ?? :?

tried to book 2 x adults 2 x children & 1 x infant = cost

2 x adults £2 - 2 x children £2 & 1 x infant £16 !!

i thought under 2`s went on parents lap??


Just book all as adults, Thomas Cook did this for me when I went to Majorca last year as adults were cheaper than kids !?!
#35
thanks ... ill do that now
#36
hawick;2837637
thanks ... ill do that now

Becareful their T&C's don't allow you to book an infant as an adult to reduce the fair.
#37
i am the fist in line when a hot deal is concerned but not when it directly affects my life!, these guys are a joke, and i for one will never fly with them. you have been warned!!!
#38
Urzrkymn;2837395
Cheap flight but not recommended to nervous flyers. Ryanair pilots are shocking. Hardest landings and greatest drift angles guaranteed.

Bit of an exaggeration this .. I'm not an airline expert but surely all pilots have to pass the same exams/tests regardless of who's planes they fly.
#39
So how many people have died or been seriously injured on a Ryanair flight? Anyone have the figures?
I know they are not the best at customer service (and they have screwed me before on return excess luggage), but for a quid each way, are you really bothered? Don't book if you are so bothered! I for one have booked a flight to Sardina with them over the weekend for the two of us for £40 total return, booked a lovely 5* beach hotel as the flights were so cheap. And the sun will be shining in Sardina in October. LOVELY!!!!
#40
emasu;2836974
If there was a crosswind or heavy wind buffeting the aircraft on immedaite touchdown, then the aircraft may well jeer to one side. The captain would have known what to do and would have initiated a go around had the winds been unsafe to land in.

Brakes tend be applied on landing. Autobrake can range in hardness from 1 to 4, controlled in the cockpit.


this is a bit OT..sorry

but you seen the new A350? The pilot cant tell the plane which taxiway he wants to exit at and the plane will apply to autobrakes and smoothly stop at the exit :-D

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