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Manchester to Hamburg cheap flights with Ryanair £20.00 Rtn

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Me and the Mrs searching for some German markets in December. Spotted these flights from Manchester to Hamburg for under £20 return per person! Berlin was a little over £40 too Read More
Me and the Mrs searching for some German markets in December. Spotted these flights from Manchester to Hamburg for under £20 return per person! Berlin was a little over £40 too
danfearnehough Avatar1d, 18h agoFound 1 day, 18 hours ago6 Comments
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Those were 05th-07th DEC
Forza St Pauli.
When?
Great city...interesting night life as well
panddda
What's with all the spam tonight?! Great price, thanks. Unfortunately flight times don't work for us but really cheap if you can get the time off.
What spam?
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Return flights to Romania (Bucharest) £7.98pp @ Ryanair

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Bargain return flights to Romania in January for £7.98 @ Ryanair. Bargain! Read More
Bargain return flights to Romania in January for £7.98 @ Ryanair. Bargain!
rachelandgromit Avatar2d, 10h agoFound 2 days, 10 hours ago17 Comments
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Destard
They've lowered the bar further since you've last travelled with them.
Oh, that's disappointing, I quite like Ryanair, mainly as they always tend to be on time. Last time I flew with them was December but I'll see how I get on in September. One thing I found, I always use to check in early, but I found I'd you do the opposite and check in lastminute, you end up with seats at the front. For families I guess it can be really annoying....
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dazza71
Just remember if you're travelling with your partner or family you've no chance of getting seats together unless you pay extra. I plan to avoid Ryanair at all costs.
Ive never booked seats and always ended up together.
They've lowered the bar further since you've last travelled with them.
rachelandgromit
dazza71
Just remember if you're travelling with your partner or family you've no chance of getting seats together unless you pay extra. I plan to avoid Ryanair at all costs.
Ive never booked seats and always ended up together.
According to the Watchdog expose it is a pretty recent (unofficial) policy change.
dazza71
Watchdog did a piece on this very recently due to numerous complaints. I travelled twice in June, checked in online early and despite having free seats either side, they deliberately put me and my family apart so we had to pay extra to sit together.
Same happened to me last week
Interesting city but be careful as there are some "interesting" characters there. Something worth considering though is using the flights for a skiing holiday in Poiana Brasow.
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Ryanair 15kg luggage (UK Internal Domestic Flights - Before October) £9.00

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bobyjones2004 Avatar5d, 3h agoFound 5 days, 3 hours ago30 Comments
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patrick_000
Ryanair promised they were going to start treating customers better. This new seating policy of deliberately breaking up groups of 2+ people and dispersing them as far as possible from each other is bringing them a lot of bad PR. I wonder how much longer they’ll keep it up before O’Leary apologises and drops it.
We have booked £1500 of flights since this story broke. We would have flown Ryanair but are now flying EasyJet and others on principle.

Michael O'Leary apologise for anything ? No chance.
Ryanair promised they were going to start treating customers better. This new seating policy of deliberately breaking up groups of 2+ people and dispersing them as far as possible from each other is bringing them a lot of bad PR. I wonder how much longer they’ll keep it up before O’Leary apologises and drops it.
We have booked £1500 of flights since this story broke. We would have flown Ryanair but are now flying EasyJet and others on principle.
If you book flights with say Thomson, TC, Monarch etc, then you'll likely pay more for that flight on it's own than a flight with Ryanair + how much it costs to sit next to eachother. I was on a Thomson flight recently and people were split up on a 767 aircraft, most scheduled airlines charge to GUARANTEE you sit next to eachother, whilst I don't agree with it, it's nothing new.
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Robbo11
You could not have flown with Ryanair in the last couple of months then as their free seat allocation policy changed in mid May and the situation now is that if you don't buy seats to ensure you sit together, you will no longer be allocated a free seat next to anyone on the same booking when you check in. It's a new money generating policy that Ryanair introduced suddenly without any pre-warning or announcement. To my knowledge, when there is not a seat sale going on, the cheapest standard seat price is £3.75 for internal domestic flights and £6 for international flights.
I see, it was may 5th. I just checked in my mother and grandmother in law and they're next to each other. Tbf at some costs £15 return you can't moan how they try and make money. I think with them you know what you get and I'm happy with it :D 2hrs isn't going to do much for me, altho I see how it can be difficult for families especially with children. :D
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£9.99 flash sale now on! We have 250,000 seats on sale. HURRY - these seats will be snapped up fast. See our website or check out our app for all routes on sale. Book by midnight Wednesday 12th July
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How often do they have these flash sales?

Twice a year.
How often do they have these flash sales?
Destard
I sincerely hope Ryanair go out of business.Worst scumbag airline ever.


Have used them for most of my holiday travel and can't say that I have had an issue with them but you obviously must have. Care to share ?
ivorbigone
Ryanair now split passengers up, even if seats together are available if you don't pay the "ransom" of paying to choose seats. It doesnt bother me I dont have young children but beware, to choose seats together will cost £13 each way per person for most seats

I paid only £3 each way during the flash sale. Seats at the back of the plane seem to be the cheapest.
Depends where you are travelling to! No flights to Tenerife in October.
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Ryanair Flight Sale - Luton to Murcia £21.99 one way, Bristol to Ibiza £21.99 one way, Edinburgh to Brussels £16.99 one way, loads more with departures in Sept / Oct

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Just spotted this and there seems to be LOADS of flights in Sept / Oct for just £21.99 one way. Departures from Belfast too, for you Norn Ironers! Way too many to list, but you will have to be qui… Read More
Just spotted this and there seems to be LOADS of flights in Sept / Oct for just £21.99 one way. Departures from Belfast too, for you Norn Ironers! Way too many to list, but you will have to be qui…
msmyth Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago35 Comments
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Master.G
That maybe the case. What we don't know is if those available seats were part of an empty row when the other members of the party were allocated a seat elsewhere. A row that it makes good business sense to keep available to be reserved for as long as possible.


Well lets look at an example (taking what the person says at face value, but I've heard similar complaints from others):

http://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/ryanair-flights-middle-seats-assigned-passengers-pay-reserve-changed-seating-policy-a7750581.html

the allocated seats we were given were in rows 8 and 32. We couldn't have been further apart! I checked the seating on the flight. At the time of my check-in more than 60 per cent of the seats still available for purchase


I guess we could run the permutations to get the probability, but I'd be surprised if the seating plan ended up with the only allocatable middle seats (i,e. those not in free rows) 24 rows apart.

If you think about the methodology you believe they use:

1) 3 paying pax take up a row and have no impact, other then pushing free rows apart. (Anything above 3 and you consider them a 3 plus a separate fragment, i.e. 5 = 3 pax plus 2 pax).

2) 2 paying pax take up a row and leave either a window or aisle free (presume they would want to sit together).

3) 1 paying pax picks a window/aisle and leaves an allocatable "won't pay seat"

So if you don't pay you're first going to be allocated the seats generated by (3). The seats generated by (2) won't be allocated until all middle seats have been allocated. But that then means they risk running out of completely free rows for late bookers who are prepared to pay (do they move people retrospectively?, haven't heard anyone suggest they do).

The important factor to consider appears to be the ratio of group (3) to non paying Pax and how full the flight is. If its 50/50 and a very full flight then you're more likely to be separated. But there'd have to be many non paying single Pax having been allocated seats before a non paying couple to force people so far apart.

To me it seems like a very unique and unlikely set of circumstances which would yield the results people are complaining about. In most instances IMO with an unadulterated allocation policy they would be sitting in adjacent rows (albeit in middle seats) allowing easy seat swapping. Additionally holding back seats generated by (2) makes little sense unless you have a lot of paying single PAX, as generally a single PAX will pick an empty row where possible, so those seats only become desirable once empty rows or rows with only one other PAX are filled. Again this suggests to me the policy is deliberately set up to separate people rather then increase revenue by holding back desirable seats only.

I presume the people complaining can see the seat map (so Ryan Air can sell them a seat)? If so perhaps someone will be able to confirm if there was a nearer "won't pay seat" available.

Edited By: Mentos on Jul 11, 2017 12:32: .
Master.G
I really don't understand why people complain about Ryanair. They are running a business, a successful one at that so they must be doing something right. They are not there to pander to your every whim just because you think the rules should not apply to you. They are offering a product for sale and everyone is free to choose to purchase it or not. None of the completely optional extras are hidden. The rules re baggage, boarding passes etc are perfectly transparent. If you fall foul of those rules, it is your fault, not the airline's. If you don't like the product, go shop elsewhere. I don't like cheese therefore i don't purchase it. I also don't feel the need to constantly complain about the shops that offer it for sale.

Why shouldn't people complain, how else would they influence a company's behaviour. And many of us disagree that their seating policy is transparent, you feel its innocent, we feel they are deliberately separating people (by several rows) unless they pay.

Moreover, i'm not sure why you feel the only choice consumers have is to take their business elsewhere. It's perfectly valid to also call out bad practice or behaviour you feel is unacceptable. Some may have limited options. I live near LHR so BA gets a lot of my business by virtue of my geographic location. If I lived near LTN the dominant operator at that airport (used to Ryan Air, but think it may be Easy Jet now?) would likely get my business. Moreover, say you need to fly to BTS for example, you're short of options.

The cheese analogy is erroneous and trivialises peoples quite fair complaints, as even if you only have one shop near you, it's very likely you will have many other options rather then cheese. If you're local shop only sold cheese and you had a two hour round trip to the next shop I think you may well be less laissez faire.

And this brings me back to my main point. People accept such behaviour in the case of Ryan Air, infact they defend it telling others to stop complaining and go elsewhere, but i'm certain they wouldn't like it if everyone followed suit. There's trying to up sell and then there's being unnecessarily punitive and quite simply insulting peoples intelligence in the process. The whole payment method surcharge was a very clear point in case. It was an unreasonable and deceitful (as they tried to claim it was due to processing charges) attempt to force an up sell. I recall people defending that by telling people to take their business elsewhere, but i'm certain those same people would be up in arms if every business they used had started doing the same. Imagine doing your cheese free shop and finding there was a £10 charge unless you used timbuktu banks debit card. And when enough people obtained that card, your local changed it to Antarctic Banks Visa.....
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Master.G
You, and the Watchdog statistician missed the pertinent point. They are randomly allocated 'middle' seats until all the middle seats are taken. Then they are randomly allocated window/aisle seats. Oddly enough, you are not going to get two middle seats side by side when the seats are in blocks of three.
The seats are booked at the same time. So most systems would allocate the next available free seats. Ryan air purposefully move those seats so they are all separated.
Even random would be together some time. But as proven Ryan air ensure that does not happen.
Nice avatar btw <3
You're still missing the point. Random 'middle' seats will never be together. If they sit 2 people together, one premium seat (window/aisle) will have been used up. Someone may have wanted to pay for that seat. Why should you have priority over them if they are willing to pay for it? Also, by reducing the revenue on that flight, you push up the base price for everyone. Ryanair is what it is. They offer a product and invite people to pay for it. Everyone is free to take up the offer or not. If you don't like it, don't buy it. But,please, don't complain. I don't like cheese so i never buy it. I don't buy it and then complain about the cost or quality. Nor do i buy a different product, one that i do like, and then complain that the cheese manufacturer doesn't make a cheese that i do like. Why would anyone think that an airline should be any different?
Oh, and thanks. I'll pass your compliment onto her.
I'm afraid even your take on their seating policy doesn't make sense.
Firstly, if they randomly allocate all the middle seats, then eventually subsequent paying customers will end up having to sit separately. For every middle seat used you create a separated window and aisle seat as well, So clearly that can't be the sole methodology behind their seat allocation. I've never seen an airline allocate seats in this way, as usually one of the drivers is people wanting to sit together, not just having an aisle or window seat. But i'm sure Ryan Air know this full well :/
Secondly if it's as innocent as you suggest, why place passengers so far apart. Why stick them on opposite ends of the aircraft, there are two middle seats in every row after all. The only reason to do that would be to make it difficult for them to (as you suggested) swap seats after boarding. And thereby encourage them to cough up.
As I said in my previous post, if every business behaved in such a manner life would become annoying at every turn. There's trying to up sell and then there's insulting you're intelligence whilst trying to pick your pocket at every single turn by making life un-necessarily difficult.
* Your intelligence :p
A little bit more planning than that goes into it. Firstly, those people/groups wanting to sit together can check in 30 days before the flight, whereas the rest of us can only do it 4 days before. Some sole travellers will have booked window/aisle seats spread around the plane. So when those people who haven't paid the optional extra start checking in, they will be allocated the middle seats next to those people. That will leave rows free as long as possible for any late comers wanting to sit together. I agree that could be classed as not completely random, but would explain why some people are sat far apart. It will not always be the case that people are sat apart, but they are the only ones who complain about the seating policy.
I believe people have complained there were free seats closer to them. i.e. middle row seats closer to them, which could have been allocated to other members of the party rather then sticking them on the other side of the plane.
That maybe the case. What we don't know is if those available seats were part of an empty row when the other members of the party were allocated a seat elsewhere. A row that it makes good business sense to keep available to be reserved for as long as possible.
Master.G
Mentos
Master.G
Dawsy
Master.G
You, and the Watchdog statistician missed the pertinent point. They are randomly allocated 'middle' seats until all the middle seats are taken. Then they are randomly allocated window/aisle seats. Oddly enough, you are not going to get two middle seats side by side when the seats are in blocks of three.
The seats are booked at the same time. So most systems would allocate the next available free seats. Ryan air purposefully move those seats so they are all separated.
Even random would be together some time. But as proven Ryan air ensure that does not happen.
Nice avatar btw <3
You're still missing the point. Random 'middle' seats will never be together. If they sit 2 people together, one premium seat (window/aisle) will have been used up. Someone may have wanted to pay for that seat. Why should you have priority over them if they are willing to pay for it? Also, by reducing the revenue on that flight, you push up the base price for everyone. Ryanair is what it is. They offer a product and invite people to pay for it. Everyone is free to take up the offer or not. If you don't like it, don't buy it. But,please, don't complain. I don't like cheese so i never buy it. I don't buy it and then complain about the cost or quality. Nor do i buy a different product, one that i do like, and then complain that the cheese manufacturer doesn't make a cheese that i do like. Why would anyone think that an airline should be any different?
Oh, and thanks. I'll pass your compliment onto her.
I'm afraid even your take on their seating policy doesn't make sense.
Firstly, if they randomly allocate all the middle seats, then eventually subsequent paying customers will end up having to sit separately. For every middle seat used you create a separated window and aisle seat as well, So clearly that can't be the sole methodology behind their seat allocation. I've never seen an airline allocate seats in this way, as usually one of the drivers is people wanting to sit together, not just having an aisle or window seat. But i'm sure Ryan Air know this full well :/
Secondly if it's as innocent as you suggest, why place passengers so far apart. Why stick them on opposite ends of the aircraft, there are two middle seats in every row after all. The only reason to do that would be to make it difficult for them to (as you suggested) swap seats after boarding. And thereby encourage them to cough up.
As I said in my previous post, if every business behaved in such a manner life would become annoying at every turn. There's trying to up sell and then there's insulting you're intelligence whilst trying to pick your pocket at every single turn by making life un-necessarily difficult.
* Your intelligence :p
A little bit more planning than that goes into it. Firstly, those people/groups wanting to sit together can check in 30 days before the flight, whereas the rest of us can only do it 4 days before. Some sole travellers will have booked window/aisle seats spread around the plane. So when those people who haven't paid the optional extra start checking in, they will be allocated the middle seats next to those people. That will leave rows free as long as possible for any late comers wanting to sit together. I agree that could be classed as not completely random, but would explain why some people are sat far apart. It will not always be the case that people are sat apart, but they are the only ones who complain about the seating policy.

I believe people have complained there were free seats closer to them. i.e. middle row seats closer to them, which could have been allocated to other members of the party rather then sticking them on the other side of the plane.
I really don't understand why people complain about Ryanair. They are running a business, a successful one at that so they must be doing something right. They are not there to pander to your every whim just because you think the rules should not apply to you. They are offering a product for sale and everyone is free to choose to purchase it or not. None of the completely optional extras are hidden. The rules re baggage, boarding passes etc are perfectly transparent. If you fall foul of those rules, it is your fault, not the airline's. If you don't like the product, go shop elsewhere. I don't like cheese therefore i don't purchase it. I also don't feel the need to constantly complain about the shops that offer it for sale.
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It looks Ryanair they will be shamed on BBC's watchdog on Wednesday according to the Independent website this morning because of this fake random seat fiasco.
Plus Twitter has a lot of tweets about it.
Personally I fly with them in 10 days time and 'may' have decided to pay for an allocated seat but after this stunt there's no way I'll be paying.
lassy
Just returned from Tenerife and it happened to me and hubby although there were seats empty there was a bit of havoc before take off as passengers tried swapping seats with others to get near to their partners and family. Forgive me if I'm wrong but didn't they recently announce record profits. For some its never enough


same here pay for seats or you will be sat apart each end of plane.
yep same here have to pay for seats to sit together, another rip off.
Ryanair. from Stansted. I'd rather walk.
Just returned from Tenerife and it happened to me and hubby although there were seats empty there was a bit of havoc before take off as passengers tried swapping seats with others to get near to their partners and family. Forgive me if I'm wrong but didn't they recently announce record profits. For some its never enough
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It looks Ryanair they will be shamed on BBC's watchdog on Wednesday according to the Independent website this morning because of their new fake random seat fiasco.
Plus Twitter has a lot of tweets about it.
Personally I fly with them in 10 days time and 'may' have decided to pay for an allocated seat but after this stunt there's no way I'll be paying.
heathead
"Do I need to pay for water? Yes."
Doesn't their alcohol license cover free tap water? Not sure if it's different on an aircraft but any premise in England, Wales and Scotland that has an alcohol license has to provide free tap water as part of the license.
Anyone know?
If this rule did indeed apply to flights the airlines could easily get around this by charging a plastic cup or drinking glass service/cleaning charge.
Some restaurants & bars use this method to get money of you for the 'free' tap water and I'm sure O'leary would be aware of this.
R9Greaves
Got a laugh.
Serious question though. I know hand luggage is 10kg I have a bag for that. How much can I take in the backpack as well?
I usually just put a pair of going out shoes in mine and stuff it with dirty clothes when it's time to go back. :)


heathead
"Do I need to pay for water? Yes."
Doesn't their alcohol license cover free tap water? Not sure if it's different on an aircraft but any premise in England, Wales and Scotland that has an alcohol license has to provide free tap water as part of the license.
Anyone know?
Hey! I'm not sure in regards with Ryanair. What I know is... An aircraft is allowed to take off as long as it has water and food. The law doesn't state whether it has to be free or not. But if I were to tell you, as a cabin crew, I would avoid drinking the water from the tap on board (regardless of the airline). ;)

Edited By: neiiilers on Jun 24, 2017 18:31
GO FOR IT: YOU HAVE LITTLE TOULOUSE!
"Do I need to pay for water? Yes."

Doesn't their alcohol license cover free tap water? Not sure if it's different on an aircraft but any premise in England, Wales and Scotland that has an alcohol license has to provide free tap water as part of the license.

Anyone know?
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looks cheap until u add bags, seats, etc etc, then it looks very poor price
Why would you need to add a bag for 4 days? I travel quite a lot and I only take my hand luggage and backpack for a 1 week trip. Seats? Oh boo hoo, you're not going to be seated with your wife for 2 hours, big f*cking deal.
FerryArab
I'd rather stay at home than fly with that shower of shlte. You literally couldn't pay me to fly with them. "Lyin-Air"
Stay at home then. Much better for us. :D
try having kids? are you willing to let them sit well away from you with stranger??? err I don't think so

You pay for one adult seat and they seat the kids for free. So one of those flights would cost a few quid more, but the kids flights would be cheaper as they don't pay £12 APD, so you'd likely still get it cheaper than the advertised price on this post.
neiiilers
n1ttygr1tty
looks cheap until u add bags, seats, etc etc, then it looks very poor price
Why would you need to add a bag for 4 days? I travel quite a lot and I only take my hand luggage and backpack for a 1 week trip. Seats? Oh boo hoo, you're not going to be seated with your wife for 2 hours, big f*cking deal.
FerryArab
I'd rather stay at home than fly with that shower of shlte. You literally couldn't pay me to fly with them. "Lyin-Air"
Stay at home then. Much better for us. :D
try having kids? are you willing to let them sit well away from you with stranger??? err I don't think so
n1ttygr1tty
looks cheap until u add bags, seats, etc etc, then it looks very poor price

Why would you need to add a bag for 4 days? I travel quite a lot and I only take my hand luggage and backpack for a 1 week trip. Seats? Oh boo hoo, you're not going to be seated with your wife for 2 hours, big f*cking deal.

FerryArab
I'd rather stay at home than fly with that shower of shlte. You literally couldn't pay me to fly with them. "Lyin-Air"

Stay at home then. Much better for us. :D

Edited By: neiiilers on Jun 23, 2017 18:59
Couldn't agree more
For goodness sake, every time a Ryanair deal gets posted we get the same shower of comments. If you're not interested, just ignore it!! If you don't take more than 10kg you don't need to pay for luggage. If you aren't fussy about your seat, you don't need to pay for it. Many millions of passengers fly with Ryanair and are quite happy. They're not the best for service but their safety and punctuality records are great, and they sell some seats at unbeatable prices.
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neiiilers
Going to add my 2 cents since it's my favourite city.
It's amazing, I've been 8 times already! Delicious food, great vibe, nice people and fantastic weather. However, if you ask me which month to go... I'm going to say September - November. Why? Not much tourists. I want to feel like a local when I visit a new country. I want to know their culture and how their way of living.
Best restaurant for me is Casa Lolea ( order the risotto!!!) and Can Mano (everything is amazing, fresh 'home cooked' seafoods). I visit both restaurants every time I'm there. I will refund your bill if you don't like their food. Haha.
You're on!!!
Let me know!
juhaszgergely
Just be aware that RA has changed their seating policy (even if they deny it) and now you need to pay extra money if you want to sit next to your travel companions. Otherwise they'll separate you and put you in middle seats even when half of the flight is empty. Worth knowing when travelling with kids (under 12 you must purchase the right to sit next to your children - most family unfriendly airline imo). So calculate this also in your price.
I have just discovered this....I'm jumping as I unwittingly accepted the randomly allocated seats (& yes there were lots of seats together available) so my 8 & 10 year olds are sitting alone when we fly on Saturday. I'm just going to lay it on really thick with the airport staff/cabin crew/passengers that my kids are terrified of flying and get really bad travel sickness and hope they will at least sit each child with a parent! Either that or I'll take advantage of the peace and quiet and allow some random stranger the pleasure of my 2 talking constanly/needing loo breaks every 15 minutes etc whilst I start my holibobs relaxing with a G&T :D
neiiilers
Going to add my 2 cents since it's my favourite city.
It's amazing, I've been 8 times already! Delicious food, great vibe, nice people and fantastic weather. However, if you ask me which month to go... I'm going to say September - November. Why? Not much tourists. I want to feel like a local when I visit a new country. I want to know their culture and how their way of living.
Best restaurant for me is Casa Lolea ( order the risotto!!!) and Can Mano (everything is amazing, fresh 'home cooked' seafoods). I visit both restaurants every time I'm there. I will refund your bill if you don't like their food. Haha.
You're on!!!
neiiilers
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dates?
https://www.specsavers.co.uk/
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To everyone: They fly to 3 different airports in Barcelona. If you wish to go to the main city, fly to El Prat. Always check the details and make sure it says BCN not REU or GRO. Check-in online before going to the airport.
PS. Don't blame your stupidity on Ryanair.

Imgur is blocked at work hence not being able to see it earlier. But thanks anyway.
Is BCN airport El Prat?
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Bargain school holiday flights to Polish Riviera from £45.18 return with ryanair

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Bargain flights from Ryanair from Leeds Bradford to Gdansk during school holidays for less than £46 return. Visit beautiful Gdansk and/or explore further up the coast to Sopot/Gydnia with its beautifu… Read More
Bargain flights from Ryanair from Leeds Bradford to Gdansk during school holidays for less than £46 return. Visit beautiful Gdansk and/or explore further up the coast to Sopot/Gydnia with its beautifu…
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winchman
One thing that Poles do when they speak English is miss out the word 'the', there is no direct equivalent. It's surprising how harsh a sentence sounds without it.


I bet you speak any foreign language absolutely perfect
One thing that Poles do when they speak English is miss out the word 'the', there is no direct equivalent. It's surprising how harsh a sentence sounds without it.
alferone
This is one part of Europe in which you won't feel like your in Africa or the Middle East.

The true

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Might visit, are they as rude as they are here though?
If you dont act like a typical Brit in Kraków you are likely to be treated good.

What's a typical brit? What if I am a brit? Is that wrong? I was reading an article a few years ago that said "don't think the poles are rude, they're just being polish". So why did you just comment on me being british and assume that's something bad?

So if we accept poles for who they are what makes you think its ok to say I cannot be who I am in another country.

UGH, like I said, rude, obnoxious, and abominably racist. At least 10 years ago they were the "humble poles", now they make comments like "we don't give freebies to world's freeloaders". Dripping with arrogance, which is rich coming from a nation of people who literally come over in droves and send every penny back. They say arrogance is the hallmark of the mediocre.

but let's not make this into a political argument. I am not against anyone but I have heard a pole say "black people stink", "muslims are born rapists" and "brits deserve to be ripped off". So allow me to have my opinion. It's only that - my opinion. Don't even try to tell me I am a typical brit, you might not understand social graces where you come from, but in England it's RUDE. Which was my point.


I did not mean to insult you kind sir, I was implying that if you behave yourself in a civilised manner you are likely to have a good time over in Poland whatever the city you go to, the service over there may not be as vaseline loaded as in western countries but it improved year on year.

By typical brit in krakow I have meant such behaviour: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/poland/11243504/Krakow-defaced-by-the-debauchery-and-drunkeness-of-British-stag-parties.html

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/515172/british-welsh-stag-do-krakow-poland-acid-attack/amp
kenneth1nash
Any suggestions for accommodation please and onward travel from airport
I stayed at the Sofitel Grand Sopot which was stunning, but we had a hugely reduced rate there. Check out the recommendations on Booking.com and go for a higher star rating. There are some lovely lodges on the beach which look very cool.

We got to resort by taxi from the airport, but I reckon Uber will be a cheaper option.
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Over 50,000 seats . Travel period 20 Jun to 30 Sep. From £9.99 . Most of the deals are from Stanstead. Example Stanstead to Luxembourg fly out on 20 Jun return on 27 Jun . £9.99 each way. Read More
Over 50,000 seats . Travel period 20 Jun to 30 Sep. From £9.99 . Most of the deals are from Stanstead. Example Stanstead to Luxembourg fly out on 20 Jun return on 27 Jun . £9.99 each way.
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One step away from boycotting these now due to their greedy seating policy.have now changed to 4 days before flight for free check in
If you have a smart phone, download their app. You can check in anywhere in the world you have wifi, then they scan your mobile phone when boarding at the airport. Easy. You don't even have to print out a boarding pass when you are abroad, which was always a hassle. It's simple and easy!
Yep used the app a few times but also always print out the return boarding pass as the foreign airports can be quite touchy.
Just got back from Portugal last night and they were telling some people with just the app to go to the Ryan air desk and have them printed out.
Spoke to people on the way out who checked in 10 of them in one go and they were all given separate seats all over the plane-just plain greedy.
matwalaboy
Assume nothing reasonably priced during the school summer holidays - return tickets?


I can see some available in July for £20 return from Stanstead to Luxembourg if it helps.
dewonderful
jamgin
I hear on some flights you have to pay to use the toilet by putting a pound coin in the slot to open the door.I would suggest bringing plenty of pound coins as the flight attendants cannot give out change.
This story is from 2010. And it was stopped before it even started in 2011. People are still moaning about something that DID NOT HAPPEN 6 YEARS AGO. Give it a rest.

lol. I was joking. My god, when it comes to Ryanair just think of some improbable charging scheme and it probably happened.

p.s. take a chill pill mate.
jamgin
With the antics of the Tory circus I imagine more people will be getting a one way ticket to a saner country....
Na, it was an april fool joke (for Ryan air)
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splender
Is it because their inbound one way flights are full?
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I'm still laughing, that's just the the best use of GIF ever
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cibarious
Thought you were trying to sell me the airline at a discount!! :D
Wouldn't want it if you were. ;)
its probably worth more than British airways at the moment haha
Ryanair has a market cap of £19bn and BA £6bn.
ryanair doing very well :p
Does anyone know do ryanair have a later deal that covers december or should I book now?
Some great prices there... Also helps that the London Stansted train is pretty cheap if you book sufficiently in advance.
cibarious
Sparks11
cibarious
Thought you were trying to sell me the airline at a discount!! :D
Wouldn't want it if you were. ;)
its probably worth more than British airways at the moment haha
Actually, just checked and BA shares are at £6+ at the mo' and hardly affected by the IT failure and are as high as they have ever been. hahaha

cibarious
Sparks11
cibarious
Thought you were trying to sell me the airline at a discount!! :D
Wouldn't want it if you were. ;)
its probably worth more than British airways at the moment haha
Actually, just checked and BA shares are at £6+ at the mo' and hardly affected by the IT failure and are as high as they have ever been. hahaha
How do you buy into that share ?
Thanks
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£24.98 Belfast to Berlin RETURN (Summer Term) @ Ryanair

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Berlin is amazing
This is for 30th May-6th June, so not summer term
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Such a steal! Normal price: £24.99 ONE WAY. 06/05/17 - 13/05/17 http://imgur.com/a/299ds
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Bit late on replying on this, definitely a good price if can take a deal short notice, flights in advance are a bit pricey. was looking something for september probably best wait until week before going.

Agree on Milan, definitely overhyped (but there are plenty museums etc if thats your thing) . Stayed in Bergamo for 4 nights when there in March, Bergamo was decent and could probably of just spent a few days there. its a decent central point though for a day at other places. we done Verona, Milan, Lake Como (Lecco) and Bergamo while there. Bergamo a decent place for Train routes else where.
jaydalawd
Milan may potentially be the most over hyped place I've ever been. you would likely not be getting this flight if you are the person I think would enjoy Milan. The whole fashion is a bunch of bull. the duomo is the main attraction and it is actually good. After that there's just shops you'll find in any city, it seems like most of the culture was unfortunately bombed and gone. Also to give you an idea their idea of a pub and ours is very different, after the 3rd day we were really looking to have a new night where we could have a drink. Found an Irish pub, got shown to a table and it was the most socially awkward place I've ever been. Being from Northern Ireland it was a far shout from an Irish pub. look if you must go, go ahead...but if I was bought the flights again I'd have to decline. rant over :D

Maga with the lads so?
if you do go get yourself the unlimited travel pass for the Lombardy region for like 30 euro for 5 days unlimited public transport...think it can get you to lake Como! and the best thing about Milan is the underground being great!
Milan may potentially be the most over hyped place I've ever been. you would likely not be getting this flight if you are the person I think would enjoy Milan. The whole fashion is a bunch of bull. the duomo is the main attraction and it is actually good. After that there's just shops you'll find in any city, it seems like most of the culture was unfortunately bombed and gone. Also to give you an idea their idea of a pub and ours is very different, after the 3rd day we were really looking to have a new night where we could have a drink. Found an Irish pub, got shown to a table and it was the most socially awkward place I've ever been. Being from Northern Ireland it was a far shout from an Irish pub. look if you must go, go ahead...but if I was bought the flights again I'd have to decline. rant over :D
Get the train to Lake Como and have a nice weekend. I think there is a train station in Varenna.
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Also cheap flights from Manchester to Nuremberg.. lunchtime flights in May
It'll be a bit of a trial.
Great train museum in Nuremburg... http://www.dbmuseum.de/museum_en/home_en
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7 nights in Majorca, Spain for just £145.00pp (total £289) including flights, 3* hotel and transfers @ ryanair

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Palma from Glasgow on Tuesday 18th April returning Tuesday 25th April. If you have been enjoying the sun lately why not take advantage of this last minu… Read More
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Palma from Glasgow on Tuesday 18th April returning Tuesday 25th April. If you have been enjoying the sun lately why not take advantage of this last minu…
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Great find - thanks!
Great deal Glasgow and Edinburgh flights are usually the dearest enjoy
Master.G
Your post states that you got the last room at those apartments. Though other accommodation will be available i'm sure.


It's ok I didn't book it :D travel republic have more rooms though for £2 a night more
Your post states that you got the last room at those apartments. Though other accommodation will be available i'm sure.
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Apart from Lego what else is there?
An airport opened in 1964 and built by the Lego Group - return flight also on a plane built from Lego ;)


What's their safety record like. I'm bricking it...
Sid.Harper
Apart from Lego what else is there?
An airport opened in 1964 and built by the Lego Group - return flight also on a plane built from Lego ;)
Sid.Harper
Apart from Lego what else is there?
Never been there, but there are options to go to other cities via trains in an hour or 2, like Aarhus or Aalborg and even to Copenhagen(but I guess better to travel to Copenhagen directly).
Anyway soon I will find out at the end of April :).
Apart from Lego what else is there?
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£9.98 awesome! What have you got Toulouse?
HOT HOT! Many days available, including same day returns
Might as well book, I've nothing... Toulouse
Nestle Toulouse
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£84.99 now, expired I'm afraid!
Ryanair are a joke. Arrived 2 hours before our flight back from Berlin to Belfast and queue was so long for check in we missed our flight. We had to pay a fortune to get later flights to Dublin then bus to Belfast and taxi to get car from Aldergrove. Ryanair took no responsibility whatsoever. Won't use them again.
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Was tempted to book this when I saw it yesterday, such a great price, cheaper than my bus into Belfast every morning!
Still a chance! 4 Seats left at this price!
Calm down, I haven't even taken Manhattan yet.
I'm here for a stag do from Wednesday- come find me haha
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luvsadealdealdeal
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luvsadealdealdeal
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6667360/
People feel judged before a vegan even opens their mouth's. Guilt and annoyance are very common associations with the vegan movement.
I'm not a vegan. I have met plenty of people that despite their diet are happy and not idiots. You're guilty of judging yourself as you're judging vegans. I don't think people are idiots for being concerned about animal welfare. I also don't think it's wise to generalise. Conscience and empathy are useful tools in social communication between humans, your attempt to explicate the relationship between veganism/animal welfare and being stupid is a very poor one.
Anyway I won't be visiting here as I've seen the TV series in the 80's and there's far too much crime there ;)

it was a quote from your link
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fishmaster
luvsadealdealdeal
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6667360/
People feel judged before a vegan even opens their mouth's. Guilt and annoyance are very common associations with the vegan movement.

I'm not a vegan. I have met plenty of people that despite their diet are happy and not idiots. You're guilty of judging yourself as you're judging vegans. I don't think people are idiots for being concerned about animal welfare. I also don't think it's wise to generalise. Conscience and empathy are useful tools in social communication between humans, your attempt to explicate the relationship between veganism/animal welfare and being stupid is a very poor one.

Anyway I won't be visiting here as I've seen the TV series in the 80's and there's far too much crime there ;)
fishmaster
luvsadealdealdeal
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6667360/

People feel judged before a vegan even opens their mouth's. Guilt and annoyance are very common associations with the vegan movement.
luvsadealdealdeal
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt6667360/
get the foie gras in & don't listen to the humane animal idiots

A Brief History of Ryanair

RyanairFirst established in 1984, the first Ryanair flight took place the following year. It was a 15-seater Embraer turboprop plane between Waterford, Ireland, and London's Gatwick Airport. At first, the company was rapidly losing money, and in 1994 the, now infamous, Michael O'Leary, was brought as Ryanair's CEO in to turn things around. O'Leary quickly realised that the best way to attain profitability was in the "no frills" approach, meaning low fares, fast turn-around times and no Business Class.

Since then, Ryanair has gone from strength to strength, capitalising on the European Union's deregulation of the aviation industry throughout the 1990s. In 2000, the website www.ryanair.com was launched and over the next few years more and more destinations were added to the airline's roster and passenger numbers consistently grew.

Despite O'Leary's outspoken reputation within the industry, the1,800 daily routes, a fleet of 340 Boeing 737-800s, over 110 million passengers annually and an unblemished safety record, no one can deny the success of Ryanair as an airline.

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Services Available at Ryanair.com

Finding flights and other services on ryanair.com couldn't be easier. On the homepage, there are three tabs; one for flights, one for hotels and one for car hire. Simply select the service you want, and type in the required information.

Ryanair additionally offers three different fares:

  • Ryanair Regular – Free 10kg cabin bag, 1 smaller bag
  • Leisure Plus – 20kg checked-in luggage, free 10kg cabin bag, 1 smaller bag, priority boarding
  • Business Plus – Flexibility on ticket changes, free airport check-in, security fast track, priority boarding and seat preference

The standard size for the cabin bag at Ryanair is 55 x 40 x 20cm while the smaller bag can measure up to 40 x 30 x 20cm.

Top Ten Ryanair Destinations

Top Ten Cities

  • Barcelona, Spain
  • Madrid, Spain
  • London, UK
  • Milan, Italy
  • Paris, France
  • Rome, Italy
  • Palma de Mallorca, Spain
  • Brussels, Belgium
  • Ibiza, Spain
  • Seville, Spain

Top Ten Countries

  • Spain
  • Italy
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Morocco
  • Belgium
  • Ireland
  • Portugal
  • Germany
  • Hungary

Sales and Deals at Ryanair.com

Throughout the year, Ryanair offers a whole host of discounts and promotions on flights to a variety of destinations. These are usually advertised quite vividly on the homepage, so it's worth checking it out from time to time if you're in search of a deal on your next getaway.

Ryanair has, for the last few years, been getting in on the action every November for the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend. In recent years they were offering bargains on flights to Europe. It looks certain that they'll be participating this year too. Only time will tell what Europe's busiest airline has in store, but it's definitely worth keeping track of Ryanair this Black Friday for great deals on flights.

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Registering a myRyanair account

It's not necessary to be a registered user on Ryanair.com in order to buy flights, although signing up for a myRyanair account has many benefits, including:

  1. Feedback option where you can tell Ryanair your flight preferences.
  2. Tailored deals and offers to suit you.
  3. A fast booking process due to securely saved payment details.

Signing up means that you must agree with Ryanair's Privacy Policy whereby you also automatically agree to receive the Ryanair e-newsletter which is full of exclusive deals and the latest offers on cheap flights. If you wish to unsubscribe, you can do this later.

Subscribers are also automatically included in the myRyanair Rewards scheme, introduced in April 2016 and the first of its kind for the airline since Michael O'Leary become CEO in 1994. You can earn Rewards points by answering questionnaires and filling in certain information.

Payment Methods at Ryanair.com

Ryanair accepts a variety of payment methods including PayPal, American Express, Visa and MasterCard credit cards and Visa Connect, Visa Electron, Visa Delta and MasterCard Prepaid debit cards. Bear in mind a 2% booking fee is levied on payments made with credit cards, American Express, MasterCard Prepaid and PayPal.

Cancellations, Changes, and Refunds at Ryanair

Ryanair flights may be changed but not cancelled. If you need to make any changes to a Ryanair flight, there is a 24 hour grace period following the time of booking whereby you can correct any small errors such as dates, routes and spelling of names. After this time, it's still possible to make changes up to four hours before your flight is scheduled to depart, but this will incur a fee. The amount of the fee depends on a number of factors, which you can view here.

Making changes to your Ryanair flight using myRyanair is simple:

  • Log-in to your myRyanair account and click "Manage" at the top of the homepage.
  • Select the flight you wish to make changes to.
  • Click "Manage your trip".
  • In the pop-up menu simply select what you'd like to change and follow the on-screen instructions.

If you don't have a myRyanair account:

  • Click "Manage" on the website.
  • Select whether you'd like to search for your booking with your e-mail address, credit card number or flight details and click "Go".
  • Follow the same process from Step 2 in the above instructions.

Refunds on flights are only granted if your flight is either cancelled or delayed for more than three hours and you no longer wish to take it. If you wish to request a refund in these circumstances or read the small print of Ryanair's Refund Policy, see here.

While, if you miss your flight or you are unable to take it, there is no refund, however you are legally entitled to claim the tax back on it. Government tax refunds are subject to an administrative fee and if the amount of tax you'll get back is less than the fee, there will be no refund.

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Ryanair Social Media, Mobile App, and Blog

Like most major airlines, Ryanair has a large following on social media. If you're looking for bargains, discounts and deals on flights to Europe, it's definitely worth following their different channels.

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Ryanair customers with smartphones can also download their mobile app. It's available for iOS and Android and downloading it allows you:

  • Fast, easy 3-step booking
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  • Easy access to myRyanair
  • Live flight updates

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You can also get the latest Ryanair news, browse travel articles and tips, as well get information about special offers and cheap flights on Ryanair's online blog, 'Into the Blue'.

Ryanair Contact Details

If you have a question for Ryanair, the first thing to do is search the topics via their online Help Centre. Many topics are covered here and you can save time and/or phone call charges by checking here before contacting Ryanair through other methods:

  1. For the online e-mail contact form: go to their website.
  2. By phone: 0843 5047252, calls cost 7p per minute.
  3. By post:
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  • Co Dublin
  • Ireland

If you want to hear about the latest and greatest online deals from Ryanair, make sure to go to their dedicated page on HotUKDeals.