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Ryanair actually seem to be doing a good deal for once!! If you choose to fly midweek during March, April, May & June, you might be able to fly for under a fiver, including taxes :)

I've just booked flights, London Stansted - Dublin During May for only £4.99 including tax!! Bargain!!

Great deal in my opinion, but be quick!!

It is on the homepage, below the fly free to germany bit
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#1
I cant seem to get anything from Doncaster- Dublin for that price.
Have tried all sorts of dates and although the flights can be 1p...the taxes add on.
...and I was looking for a day trip, most of the return flights are before the outward flights!

Still its a good deal if you have the time to search through.
#2
another of those blinking ryanair deals where you have to trawl the site for hours to get a flight for a fiver!

why cant they just say xxxx destination in yyyy month is zzzz pounds!
#3
pmcx9
another of those blinking ryanair deals where you have to trawl the site for hours to get a flight for a fiver!

why cant they just say xxxx destination in yyyy month is zzzz pounds!

they cant sell all there flights for a fiver dont think it pay for fuel ?this way you get the chance to get very cheap flights if you dont mind when you fly
#4
I'm looking for a cheap flight from Liverpool airport, if anyone finds one can you let me know. Tried going through it but the site is so unuseable. I'd love to sit in on one of their ecommerce meetings on customer experience and how they make it as easy as possible for the customer to get from A to B.
#5
i always use the find cheapest fares button at the top of the page as it lists dates + or - 20 days from the date you give
remember its cheaper to fly midweek and if you leave early morning

just back from 2 nights in pisa flights were £60 all in for two from prestwick and hotel was £140 for two nights bed and breakfast (hotel bologna) lovely hotel and staff were great
it was 7 euro for a taxi from the airport to the hotel
first time in pisa and it was lovely it also has a big railway station for easy travelling to florence etc but thats for the next time!!
#6
I will never ever fly with Ryanair. They give you a minimal baggage allowance and charge you excessive amounts for any excess baggage. (The queue for excess baggage payments is usually longer than the queue to check in!!)

But the worst thing for me is a former workmate of mine flew with them when they were pregnant. It was during the airline security scare where you werent allowed to take fluids onboard. She asked for some water but the stewardess refused. She came back a couple of minutes later with a 3 cubes of ice and told her thats all she could have! Unbelievable!

Its a crap airline owned and run by idiots.
#7
tues 15th and wed 16th may from liverpool to pisa is £1.49 plus taxes
returns on tues 22 are £1.49 also
total with taxes £66.70 but not including luggage charge etc

was being presumptious but that price is for two people
#8
use www.skyscanner.net to find the flights, most of those displayed are Ryanairs' and by searching by whole months it highlights the cheapest fares available - remember to click to update latest prices/quotes (last update indicated by system) as they can change by the day/hour.
#9
Ian182
I will never ever fly with Ryanair. They give you a minimal baggage allowance and charge you excessive amounts for any excess baggage. (The queue for excess baggage payments is usually longer than the queue to check in!!)

But the worst thing for me is a former workmate of mine flew with them when they were pregnant. It was during the airline security scare where you werent allowed to take fluids onboard. She asked for some water but the stewardess refused. She came back a couple of minutes later with a 3 cubes of ice and told her thats all she could have! Unbelievable!

Its a crap airline owned and run by idiots.




good more cheap flights for the rest of us

you get what it says on the tin
if you want a meal buy one if you want a coffee buy one if it wasnt for ryanair my family wouldnt have had holidays abroad for the last few years
i know there customer service gets criticised but i have flown with them at least 30 times and have not had a problem bar a shower of neds on the plane coming back from paris but the cabin crew sorted it
#10
Ian182
I will never ever fly with Ryanair. They give you a minimal baggage allowance and charge you excessive amounts for any excess baggage. (The queue for excess baggage payments is usually longer than the queue to check in!!)

But the worst thing for me is a former workmate of mine flew with them when they were pregnant. It was during the airline security scare where you werent allowed to take fluids onboard. She asked for some water but the stewardess refused. She came back a couple of minutes later with a 3 cubes of ice and told her thats all she could have! Unbelievable!

Its a crap airline owned and run by idiots.


Flown with Ryanair over a 100 times and I've never once had a problem* or reason to complain, especially once the price paid is considered. I used to work in Aviation safety Training and the flamible liquids on board threat has always been an airlines greatest worry, long before the recent terrorist threats. An onboard fire caused by an accelerant will kill most people before a plane has a chance to decend/land - it is not a joke or something to get upset by.

*Unlike Easyjet whose flights have been delayed by over 5 hours on the 4 times I have had the displeasure to use them.
#11

Its a crap airline owned and run by idiots.

As Europe's most profitable airline, they must be very intelligent idiots.
banned#12
Any for Alicante?

If any one finds one, can you please pm me. Mucho Rep to anyone that can help.
#13
sburley
the flamible liquids on board threat has always been an airlines greatest worry


Last time I checked, water wasnt a flammable liquid.

I have no problem with them banning liquids on flights. Anything to make the flight safe is fine with me! What I do have a problem with is them not providing you with water when onboard! Especially when you cant take your own on with you! And especially when you are pregnant!!
#14
sburley
As Europe's most profitable airline, they must be very intelligent idiots.


They are. Type Michael O'Leary into google and read up on it. 1st class t£$$£!
banned#15
There are a lot of clear flammable liquids though, which water could be mistaken for.
#16
JDeal
There are a lot of clear flammable liquids though, which water could be mistaken for.


You are missing my point. During the safety scare, liquids were still onboard. Passengers couldnt take them on themselves but the aircraft was still stocked with water and other drinks. The stewardess refused to sell my pregnant friend water because it meant she would have to go round the plane offering drinks to all passengers but she couldnt be bothered! So all she gave her was a cup of ice!!
#17
Anyway, this is the last I shall post on the matter. I dont have a problem with anyone flying Ryanair if they want to. All I am trying to do is give my experience of them. Which is awful. Like I said, I will never ever consider flying with them. Even if they were giving flights away for free.
#18
Ian182
Anyway, this is the last I shall post on the matter. I dont have a problem with anyone flying Ryanair if they want to. All I am trying to do is give my experience of them. Which is awful. Like I said, I will never ever consider flying with them. Even if they were giving flights away for free.



firstly its not your experience its the second hand version of events from your friend
secondly even during the tightened security episode you could still purchase water in the departure lounge if your friend didnt avail herself of some at the time it was available then its her fault not yours and certainly not ryanairs
#19
We went with ryanair not long after the safety scare. So we just purchased the drinks air-side in wh smith, and we could take those on the plane, cheaper than buying stuff on the plane. I dunno why anyone would want to purchase one of those "mini" sized coke cans for £1 or whatever it is now O:

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